Julian Dean Diary
2010 Giro d'Italia - Part 2 - How About A Banquet To Go With That Transfer?
I was more of a hindrance to the team than a help and felt it better to let it go. That was that.
Even riding in after being dropped, I did not feel good at all. I obviously just wasn't up for a ‘good day' unfortunately. I felt a little disappointed but knew that it was all I could do on the day and felt a certain amount of comfort in that. And as for our result as a team... Well it wasn't overly flash but considering we were one man down from the beginning, the performance wasn't bad either.
So now I'm looking forward to some normality returning to the Giro. We are now back where the race belongs and I feel what I need is some good weather and consistent days to gain a bit more confidence in my form for the rest of the race and on to the 2010 Tour de France.
The whole team here at Roadcycling.com wishes you and the rest of Team Garmin-Transitions great success in the 2010 Giro Julz! Burn rubber!