2012 Tour de France - One Week Down, Two Remaining
Now things are starting to get interesting. Roadcycling.com's 2012 Tour de France analysis continues.
contenders draw up new battle plans. I wonder what Sky's plan is? Just watch wheels and ride defensively? Go on the attack at the first sign of weakness?
Looking at how Sky is riding as a whole, and if I'm given some latitude to make projections, Sky will continue to ride the wheels off of the competition. I can see several stages being played out with the black and blue Sky kit on the climbs shredding the field until it's just Wiggins and Froome for the finish. Evans will hang tough, but at this point Sky has shown they are the superior team in this year's Tour.
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