No serious injuries, it seems.
That the car had Movistar decals... I kid. At least he looks okay.I have no idea what he's saying but he seems ok!
So he won't be top notch in Burgos (if he's even going?).He will have to interrupt his training for two weeks to recover from his accident (knee) View: https://twitter.com/BiciGoga/status/1279196597960744960?s=20
Looks like a typical boo-boo. Glad pot is legal here...he looks like he might prefer that pain relief to prescriptions.I have no idea what he's saying but he seems ok!
If you want to be sure to race the races you want, don't ride for a non-WorldTour-team.So the organizers of Burgos have decided not to invite the team of the two time winner. Fortunately he's sure to start in the Tour, but I don't see Arkéa on the start list of the Giro nor the Vuelta either.
It looks like the Mont Ventoux Challenge and the Tour de l'Ain will be his first races. Then he will probably ride the Dauphiné. This is a good preparation schedule for the Tour, but it looks like he won't have many chances to race outside of France this year.
After his accident and resting period he probably wouldn't have been in top shape yet. Hopefully he will be able to hit his best form within a month.