He is a rider who attacks when he's got the legs. Which is what most other riders are.Enjoying the Arkea Samsic press release which gloatingly hammers home that Nairo is an attacking rider. It’s a good day for those of you on that side of the endless Quintana debate.
Bardet and Pinot are high quality opposition thoughMethinks it could have a little to do with the opposition or lack thereof but at least it will encourage Quintana moving ahead. Being happy and feeling supported is probably a bonus for him after the Movistar years...............July will be a different matter completely but the team will be feeling good at the moment.
Dont know if thats true.I suppose but neither of them show much form at this stage of the season usually. Have to admit I haven't watched much cycling so far.
Yeah, but we don't know how the others rode. Vlasov got a big gap on the Provence stage because the others were looking at each other.40s on Col d'Eze is an absurd gap no matter the competition.
Pinot was on his wheel almost immediately and, after a second or four, just could not follow anymore. Everyone acknowledged that Nairo is just in another stratosphere at this moment.Yeah, but we don't know how the others rode. Vlasov got a big gap on the Provence stage because the others were looking at each other.
It seems likely that the same happened yesterday given the very large group that came in together.