How do they impose themselves on the race? They don't have a serious contender for the overall. Gerdemann might challenge for the top 10 if he has a great Tour and isn't too knackered from the Giro d'ltalia. Ciolek is a handy sprinter, but he obviously needs a lead-out train, and Milram have a record of consistently misjudging the finish. They look great three kilometres from the line, but are nowhere when it matters.
Gerald Ciolek was fourth on the Champs Elysees — approximately a country mile behind the winner. Cavendish.
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