Sitting down with Egan Bernal: Lessons learned, and what lies ahead

Supported by Last August, Egan Bernal opened his eyes and realized he was in a hospital bed. He looked around, unable to remember what happened to him. He knew he had finished the Tour de France. He wasn’t not sure if he had raced, or crashed out of, the Vuelta a España. It was not the Vuelta. … The post Sitting down with Egan Bernal: Lessons learned, and what lies ahead appeared first on CyclingTips .

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