It's not his teams that are lousy, it's his inability to choose a team that will best serve his ambitions and goals. He is hardly the type of personality that encourages loyalty and supreme sacrifice. Every public statement about how he lacked support is a kick in the gut to his teammates.CycloErgoSum said:C. Evans doesn't seem the warmest kind of guy in interviews, he's kind of uncomfortable and oblique, and he'd never be a homecoming king, but I reckon his heart is in the right place and is basically a good guy. Witness his stand on issues like Tibet: the guy has a heart and a brain which is a lot more than can be said for the many basic, under-developed types who ride bikes for a living.
He's an exciting rider too, he always gives it his best (he has to, cuz his teams are lousy). He was great in the Giro.