BMC celebrate third consecutive Tirreno-Adriatico TTT win

BMC Racing on their way to winning the Tirreno-Adriatico team time trial

The BMC Racing team celebrated a third consecutive victory in the opening team time trial at Tirreno-Adriatico , with riders cheering loudly inside the team bus when Team Sunweb failed to beat their time of 22:19. BMC changed three riders in their seven-rider squad compared to 2017, when they beat Quick-Step Floors by 17 seconds. This time they were only four seconds faster than Mitchelton-Scott. Team Sky had set the fastest time after starting second but eventually finished third at 10 seconds. Team Sky had Chris Froome, Jonathan Castroviejo, Vasil Kiryienka, Geraint Thomas and Gianni Moscon in their seven-rider squad. BMC used their power of Rohan Dennis, Stefan Küng, Patrick Bevin and Michael Schar combined with their strength and well-drilled teamwork. "Our secret is 62, that's the speed we had," directeur sportif Max Sciandri joked, happy to win again. BMC's average was actually 57.777km/h. They were a little faster in ...

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