Dylan Teuns, the second stage of the Dauphiné was won. Our fellow Bahrain-Merida, after a long stage of over 180 miles just to be faster than that, and Guillaume Martin is the new leader.
Fourteen riders decided quickly to run away in the direction of Craponne-sur-Arzon. No less than eight climbs wait for the riders, but that included, among other things, Tom Dumoulin and Julian Alaphilippe, not against it. The French man-of-Deceuninck-Quick Step went to the mountains, and arrived at the first slopes of the first top.
It was rotslecht in France, and it seemed like the Team may maintain an action to turn it into a heated car chase. The group was never more than a minute or two head start. After an attack by Rémi Cavagna, we got the five leaders, along with Benoit Cosnefroy, Julian Alaphilippe, Carl Fredrik Hagen, and Alessandro De Marchi. Although it was their attempt to not have a long life ahead.
During the climb, the Côte de la Baraque reason, four riders escaped out of the front of the race: David Gaudu, Tom Dumoulin, Gorka Izagirre, and With Buchmann. In the meantime, gave it to Tim, He is sick, and it was in the group, with Alaphilippe again, caught up by the end of it.
At 35 kilometers from the line, it was also Dumoulin & co for coming to believe it, and then the other riders will have their chance to go. In the direction of the final climb of the day, we had twelve leaders, Alexey Lutsenko (Astana), Rudy Molard (Groupama-CO), Serge Pauwels) and Pawel Bernas (both cash conversion cycle (CCC), Dylan Teuns (please note-Merida), Mikaël Cherel (AG2R), Nils Politt (team Katusha-Alpecin), Darwin Atapuma (Cofidis), Guillaume Martin (Wanty-Groupe Gobert), Gilbert, Petr Vakoc (both of which Deceuninck-Quick Step) and Robert Power (Sunweb).
Teuns, and Martin went to the heart of the Saint-Victor-sur-Arlanc in the attack, while the back of Chris Froome accelerated and Romain Bardet, the difficult it got. It’s good for the Teuns and Martin as the favorite, the white one another in the eyes and looked at them. In a chaotic sprint finish looked to Martin for a moment on the way to the dagzege, but Teuns, recovered, and picked up the win.
Fuglsang was the first of the group of favourites, and is also third in the overall standings, 20 seconds of Teuns. Froom a lot of the others are at 24 seconds, the Bardet is at 55 seconds of the Teuns.
Tuesday, the riders will go 177 km from Le Puy-en-Velay, the Hotel. The teams should have a second chance to.
1. Dylan Teuns (Bel)/TPM), the 180-km-in-4u12:41 (avg. 42,74 km/h)
2. Guillaume Martin (Fra/WGG) 0:00
3. Jakob Fuglsang (Den/AST) at 0:13
4. Thibaut Pinot (Fra/GFC) at 0:13
5. Michael Woods (Can/EF1) at 0:13
6. Alexey Lutsenko (Kaz/AST) at 0:13
7. Petr Vakoc (Ch/DQT) at 0:13
8. Nairo Quintana (Col/MOV) at 0:13
9. Wout Poels (the Netherlands/INS) at 0:13
10. Adam Yates (GBr/MTS) at 0:13
1. Dylan Teuns (Bel)/TBM) and the 322-km-in-7u37:03 (avg. 42,27 km/h)
2. Daniel Martin (Ire/UAD) at 0:03
3. Jakob Fuglsang (Den/AST) at 0:20
4. Alexey Lutsenko (Kaz/AST) at 0:21
5. Nairo Quintana (Col/MOV) at 0:24
6. Michael Woods (Can/EF1) at 0:24
7. Wout Poels (the Netherlands/INS) at 0:24
8. Chris Froome (GBr/ADJ.) at 0:24
9. Thibaut Pinot (Fra/GFC) at 0:24
10. Adam Yates (GBr/MTS) at 0:24