Dauphine 2014 Observations#2

Talansky! A fantastic result for Garmin, who took the race by the scruff of the neck  & showed what can be done against riders who currently have superiority in the mountains. With a damaged Froome & an isolated Contador, we've seen during the past few days just how easily things can fall apart. It's also … Continue reading Dauphine 2014 Observations#2

Dauphine 2014 Observations#1

The Dauphiné has always seemed quite a special race to me, I'm not entirely sure why, perhaps it's Robert Millar's fault. It encompasses many of the parts I enjoy most about the Tour de France, notably some familiar mountains, but also it allows the drama to ignite between the Tour contenders. It's a huge race … Continue reading Dauphine 2014 Observations#1