Yeah, I know. But on the other hand, if he wasnt that far back. Maybe the others wouldnt have let him go yesterday. You have to take that into account also.Mayomaniac said:
Landa could leave the team...Valv.Piti said:With Carapaz and Quintana gona, Landa is the best GC rider on Movistar next year.
He hasn't done anyrhing GC wise in the Vuelta and showed already two times that he can be competitive at least for a podium in both Giro and Tour, why should he change his approach? The ones that needs to avoid the Tour are the riders that waste a season to focus on the Tour like Bardet and Pinot, not him.Red Rick said:I would hope Landa goes Giro/Vuelta unless the routes indicate otherwise. He's done two very good Tours after having done the Giro, but I don't think the race suits him especially with his tendency to lose a truckload of time in early stages. And even if he was good this Tour, the freshness was kinda gone.
I'd really hope he stays at Movistar honestly
This is the third best axe scene I have seen since The Shining!Cycling may be in a coma but Landismo is alive.
Movistar riders are an old Valverde, a Mas that way overachieved in the Vuelta 2 years ago, and Soler... They will not feature in the Gt GC top ranks even if they are in their best form.After Burgos and what we've seen in Dauphiné so far, he's clearly the best among his countrymates. Axing the roller has worked for him. Spain's lockdown only affects to Movistar riders.
True, but could one not expect Mas at least somewhere in the ranks of Barguil and Reichenbach? He's still a little behind.Movistar riders are an old Valverde, a Mas that way overachieved in the Vuelta 2 years ago, and Soler... They will not feature in the Gt GC top ranks even if they are in their best form.