Havent really paid attention in the past but isnt Kelderman clearly better in the rain and cold than in the heat? October might help himI still think the 3rd week mountains suit Nibali and Kruijswijk the most. And although Kruijswijk lost more time than Nibali so far I'm still quietly confident of his 3rd week. So I voted Kruijswijk.
If not him, than Nibali.
Although I love to see Kelderman winning, I don't see it happening. He's also not the best when it comes to GT consistency and always has at least a 'lesser' day where he loses a minute or 2, which is too much if you want to win.
Same with Fuglsang btw
He's always been pretty solid, though usually always had some bad luck or 1-2 mediocre days in the past.His best GT was a scorching hot Vuelta... ? To be honest I don't think weather effects him at all.
Only the ability to stay on his bike and be consistent.
I voted good ol' Vino, but, upon further scientific inquiry:
Remember remember, numerous dates of November.Giro 2010: Won by an Italian born in november riding on a bike build by a company founded in America
Giro 2016: Won by an Italian born in november riding on a bike build by a company founded in America
Giro 2020: Will be won by an Italian born in november riding on a bike build by a company founded in America
It has been staring us in the face all along!
Pozzovivo will win this bike race
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