This perspective is the missing truth for all riders along with potential injuries. We're also seeing each of these riders being fairly well protected by strong teams and taking their opportunities at the right time. They're all good tactically which should bode well for the future. How they each handle pressure when they're the #1 team rider and aren't having a good day will be interesting. Pogacar has been resilient and fairly chill about his success. If we actually get to see a GT this year it'll be interesting....Look at Buchmann who is developing slowly into a GT contender, he wasn't anywhere near the level of those guys with 20/21, and he was very close to Bernal level last TdF. Could be that in 5 years we have a ride ,who nobody heard of yet, aged e.g. 28 (= older than all 3 then) surpassing them all and dominating into his mid 30ies. In cycling nowadays you can peak anywhere between 20 and 35 I feel, maybe even later if you got the drive.