Don't fall for Evenepoel's chubby face - it's baby fat as he's so young. There's no way around physics: watts per kilogram is proportional to climbing speed cause velocity is the quotient of power and force and on steep climbs the major force riders have to overcome is weight. If Remco can push big watts out of his 60 kg body he will be very fast uphill. As for tempo climbers vs pure climbers: tempo climbing is always the best when you ride on your own (near the treshold) while intervals/accelerations are good way to drop and cook your rivals (if an attacker is better at handling above the treshold efforts). If Evenepoel is "only" a tempo climber (and can't respond to accelerations) but can sustain let's say 6.7 w/kg he will limit his losses to minimum by riding strong tempo after initial surge of his potential rival. More likely though (if his team is strong enough) he will kill most (or all) of his rivals with unbearable tempo making any attack impossible.What a pity you react in that negative way. I have been following cycling for more than 60 years. Believe me, I am rarely mistaken. Anyway, Evenepoel is not a skinny climber. And I don't have seen him ride in a climbers style, last year and this year. I hope the best for him. I'm convinced he"ll bring a lot in future cycling. But not in the way you think he"ll do. And yes, as I pointed before, Evenepoel will win a few (grand) tours. But not absolutely dominant and not as many times you think.