Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Aspen, Nibali, USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Van Garderen, BMC, Independence Pass, Cottonwood Pass, Crested Butte, Buena Vista, Leadville, Twin Lakes, Mount Elbert, Half Moon Pass, Roaring Fork, Hunter-Frying Pan, Danielson, van de velde, Craig Lewis, usa pro, peloton, pro cycling
“The two Liquigas guys were screwing around the whole day, that was the most frustrating part,” Lewis told Cyclingnews. “The rest of us were rolling around good together. Fortunately we dropped the guys we wanted to and then, unfortunately, Nibali came back, so that was frustrating, but we still managed to keep it fairly fast. We hung on for as long was we could, but spending all day out there at this altitude, always uphill and there was a lot of wind, it really takes it out of you, especially after yesterday.” (Craig Lewis)
But it was all for nothin’ as the peloton swept past on the final hill.
The two-pass Stage 3 tomorrow. Lot of hunger in this race right now.