For every winner, there are plenty of regrets and frustration across the peloton.
Less than a minute in it as the breakaway takes the win, despite a determined chase from the peloton.
Veteran Jesus Herrada sneaks into red jersey with stage 12 breakaway. The top GC favorites remain confident they'll keep him in sight.
Jesus Herrada wins stage 2 of the Critérium du Dauphiné while Alberto Contador maintains the overall lead after a short, tough finish climb.
Movistar re-ups with several riders, including 2015 Giro d'Italia fourth-place finisher Andrey Amador
The squad will look for stage wins and a top-10 GC finish at the Italian grand tour, which rolls out May 9
"We had the numbers in the final and we took advantage of it," says Herrada after scoring a third straight title for Movistar