"We couldn't match them" - BMC outgunned by Sky in California

"We couldn't match them" - BMC outgunned by Sky in California

Tejay van Garderen avoided press at the Amgen Tour of California after he lost the race lead on the penultimate stage, unable to follow an attack from Sky’s Egan Bernal that made the rest “look silly”, according to BMC Racing sports director Jackson Stewart.

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