Tour de Alpes-Maritimes Stage 2

Before we begin, stage 1 must be addressed. There was no report simply because there was no footage and I was not about reading another report to just write my own. So without further ado, Bauke Mollema and Trek-Segafredo took the driving seat by obtaining the golden leader’s jersey of Tour de Alpes-Maritimes. He beat a rejuvenated Greg Van Avermaet [AG2R-Citroen]. The highlight from stage 1 though was the team work, or lack of from Groupama-FDJ. They put 4 of their ‘team-leaders’ in the top 10. A feat Movistar would be jealous of. All eyes, pre-stage were on how Tom Pidcock and Ineos would fair given their star-studded line up they have brought to the climber’s race. They did not shine through though, with Tao being the notable headline with a small fall mid-way through the stage. But he continues on like the champ he is.

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