He is getting better but he is my bet to win Paris-Nice plus podium Basque Country and beating Samu in a sprint again then winning the Tour like I said.gregrowlerson said:Thanks guys for the positive comments about my story.
As for Klodi's early season form, I think that Algarve went okay. Remember how done for he looked at last years Vuelta, riding with the autobus on a daily basis. Now he is at least semi competitive and about 70% improved to the level that he wants to get back to. I don't see him being a chance to win Paris-Nice, but a top 10 there would be nice, and with further training he could be ready to put in a good Giro, or if he goes the other route than the target would be victory in the Tour Of The Basque Country followed by a strong showing at the TDF.
I think there is a good chance that either Kloden or Frank will go to Italy with Fulgsang.