Any informaton about his health condition after crash?
Well he probably took so many risks because he panicked after having a puncture just shortly before.jmdirt said:I can't really tell what happened in the first crash (hit a hole in the road?), but WTH happened in that round-about? Did he ride himself cross eyed to get back on and just poothescrooch?
Must have hit some dust or rubber on the road and lost the front wheel. He said he is feeling great which is a good sign because normally his views are pretty cautious. He certainly looked good before the first crash.jmdirt said:I can't really tell what happened in the first crash (hit a hole in the road?), but WTH happened in that round-about? Did he ride himself cross eyed to get back on and just poothescrooch?
bringing down Betancur, crashing because of bad bike handling (twice, and coming back because of rear brake adjusting from the team car (something that others have been DQ'd for) is not a great ride.PPAR-delta said:Great ride by TJ today ... one day at a time.
Well it's clear that GC-wise, this was a great ride by him. The end goal is winning the Vuelta, he saved that ambition.Climbing said:It’s clear that he got back with the team car, like everybody does.
Of course when camera doesn’t catch you, everything is fine.
Ofcourse he managed. His back brake was rubbing his wheel (ALWAYS happens after a crash) so that needed quite a lot of adjustment from the team car while his mechanic kept pushing him at 60 km/h.axl said:Anyway, it impressed me that being already in the cars when a crashed, he managed to finish with the group he was in. I had not thought he could have had some help but it is quite probable.
^ This^ I was concerned how he would be today. Anytime that you hit the ground, its tough the next few days. Its no bog deal to go out for a spin, but its pretty tough to get your body to go GT 100%.movingtarget said: