Monday, July 30, 2018

Tour, Final Stage: Keep Me In!

Taylor Phinney (EF Education First), another rider finishing the Tour as a member of the riding wounded, had gotten off the front of the peloton.  Phinney had broken his nose, but was clearly still able to breath as he went in a break up the road.  He developed a lose seat post as he bounced along the cobbles of the Champs Elysees.  First he tried to get it seen to by the closest mechanic, the Mavic Neutral Service vehicle.  After their attempts were unsuccessful, his team car came up to try their luck.  Still a fast moving bouncing repair didn't work, and a bike change was the only answer.  So much for trying not to stop.  Question is, while he be able to stay off the front and rejoin his break away companions?

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