Fred Wright: Britain's Next Monument Man?

Fred Wright: Britain's next Monument man?

Will Strickson 11 Jan 2021 After an impressive showing as a Grand Tour domestique, the Bahrain Victorious youngster has his sights set on the Classics The 2010s saw Sir Dave Brailsford, Chris Froome and the rest turn British men's road cycling from a bunch of track specialists stretching their legs to one of the Grand Tour powerhouses. Through Froome, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Geraint Thomas, Simon Yates and Tao Geoghegan Hart (plus Adam Yates and Hugh Carthy), no General Classification was safe by the end of the decade with the 2017-2018 streak of five consecutive British Grand Tour winners proving complete domination. Before late season efforts from Geoghegan Hart and Carthy, some thought that era was over come 2020 , but with all of the aforementioned names bar Wiggins still going and names like James Knox and Tom Pidcock coming through, this beast will not slow it seems. But with GC ...

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