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February 23, 2004

US Postal rider diary: Algarve

VeloNews | Michael Barry's Diary: Delivering Floyd

Michael Barry is one of the few riders still actively maintaining their online diary, and he's updated after the Posties’ win yesterday in the Tour of the Algarve:

Our plan was to set Floyd up for both the stage win and the overall victory. With a strong team and so many riders in the top spots on general classification, controlling the race was fairly straight forward - let a break go near the start that wasn't too big to control (no more than 12 or so riders) and then put a few riders on the front from the team to ride a hard tempo to keep the break at a manageable distance. From the start, Benjamin Noval and George rode on the front and then with 60 km to go I gave them a hand. The final climb to the finish was with 3 km to go and it went straight up.

Posted by Frank Steele on February 23, 2004 in Rider diaries | Permalink


Michael does interview here...

Posted by: BiciRace.com at Apr 4, 2005 3:35:47 PM

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