'In 2018 I bombed out of Romandie pretty hard but the rest of that year went alright,' Ineos rider says of his own form.
'In my head today I thought that I’d either be there or be 20 minutes back. We’ll just see what happens tomorrow,' says Australian.
‘He’s talking himself down a bit but I think he’s just trying to take a bit of the pressure off. I think he’ll climb really well,’ Welshman says of Rohan Dennis.
Ineos Grenadier bests teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas by a handful of seconds.
Welshman talks why there are more crashes, the mentality of younger pros, and Tour de France leadership.
The 2018 Tour de France winner off to hot start at Basque Country: 'It's nice to be up there. It's better than expected.'
Tour de Hoody: Ineos Grenadiers isn't winning on pure brawn anymore, it's winning with finesse.
Illness takes out two key riders in Spain while Ineos Grenadiers finishes second and third in opening stage at Coppi e Bartali.
The 2018 Tour de France champion returns to racing this week to regain race rhythm following a winter that included shoulder surgery and a bout with COVID-19.
Report on 2022 paypackets for male racers gives some interesting insights into what's going on in the big business of bike racing.
Quick Guide: What you need to know ahead of a week of Italian racing that welcomes Pogačar, Carapaz, Sagan, Thomas, Kuss and more.
From Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl's enviable sprinter problem to Ineos Grenadiers' Tour-shape hole in its roster, this is what the one-week race taught us.
Former Tour de France winner says he will no longer fixate on July despite this year's leadership opportunity
Geraint Thomas, Tom Pidcock, Dani Martínez, Ethan Hayter head to Portugal.
A star-studded field heads to Portugal with chances for the GC riders, sprinters and time trial specialists.
Ineos Grenadiers rider talks Giro d’Italia, Richard Carapaz and his final ambitions before retirement.