No Tour de France for Kennaugh after Dauphine exit
Peter Kennaugh abandoned the Critérium du Dauphiné on Saturday and with it abandoned any hope of riding the Tour de France in his first season with Bora-Hansgrohe . The Manx rider will now look to target the Tour of Poland and Vuelta a España. Kennaugh came into the Dauphiné with renewed hope after a difficult start to life at Bora. He raced the Tour Down Under and Cadel Evans race in Australia in January but did not appear again until the Tour de Romandie in late April, with no apparent injury or illness problems. “I came back from Australia and I just really struggled,” Kennaugh told Cyclingnews in Moutiers on the morning of the final stage of the Dauphiné. “I felt really low, training wasn’t going well, I felt terrible on the bike, and it just got to the point where each day in training it felt so bad that ...
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