Dylan van Baarle and van Emden, were hoping Wednesday for a place in the top ten in the world CHAMPIONSHIP time trial, but the Dutch riders came in, in Yorkshire no further than the fifteenth, sixteenth, and 21st place.
“The feeling was good as it was during my time trial,” said Van Baarle. “I’m well-organized, and was able to finish the full tank to drive. So, I think I have everything taken out of it, but it didn’t work fast enough. The clock doesn’t lie. I still need to analyze that with my coach, but I have to be me I’m holding on to my joy.”
In the first stage, the Team may maintain an action for his first appearance in the world CHAMPIONSHIP time trial, 1 hour, 8 minutes and 41 seconds, about 54 km from Northallerton to Harrogate. It would have been 3.37 mins slower than the Australian, Rohan Dennis, who is in the world title win.
Dennis is a true expert, which is a large part of the season is time trials. In the Centre, will also focus on the spring classics and it was just two months ago, an important servant in the Tour de France champion, Egan Bernal.
“I think that you will still be able to combine with the time trial,” said Van Baarle. “Two weeks ago, I did a great time trial in the Tour of Britain, it was third ed.). But today, it’s not a problem.”
Jos van Emden came to the time trial in the 21st place. (Photo: Getty Images)
On the Side felt like ‘too much pain’
On the Side, noted on Wednesday soon found out that he was not a great day. The 34-year-old hand on the Jumbo-Visma was in its fourth straight world CHAMPIONSHIP time trial 21st at 4.02 minutes of game.
“I was just a little less of me over the last few days too. It was by no means a poor time trial, but I was more hoping,” said Emden, who, on Sunday, the Dutch team became world champion on the new component in the mixed team time trial.
“I was thinking that if I have to, so it felt like Sunday, and I’m in good shape would be better, I’m now in the top ten, it would be able to drive it. So, I’ve just said that I was one of the top ten went up. But then you don’t need in the first ten kilometers of tell that it’s a little too much of a pain to do, and you will not be able to do. Therefore, I knew fairly soon that it wasn’t my day.”
On the Side, and in the Centre, will now have to focus on the road race takes place on Sunday, when the Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel, a world champion is hoping to become one. “I can’t get the win, that doesn’t always happen at the world cup,” said Van Emden. “I’m going to Thursday’s for an hour or five of the cycle, because I want to be Sunday, right at the start.”