told VeloNews that he would not contest the overall in Utah. “From the beginning, I’m not here to win the overall,” he said, three days after setting a new record in the Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race in Colorado. “I think that would be stupid to try and win by your self. I’m just here to follow, get some good training in and look out for a stage win.”On August 20th he:
rode away from an elite selection of six riders high on the summit climb to take the stage and the overall lead at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.On August 22th he:
rode away from his rivals up the final climb to finish second, on Crawford’s wheel, and seal the overall.Why can't cyclists tell the truth?