Maciej Paterski was ahead of Alberto Contador by 2:50 minutes

The overall leader of the race Maciej Paterski was ahead of Alberto Contador by 2:50 minutes in the stage of Volta Ciclista a Catalunya. In the stage four of the upcoming mountains, the Spaniard wishes to close on the gap starting from Tona to La Molina. Contador believes that he will not be able to counter the advantage which others have. As it is he also believes that before the Giro, Catalunya is his next race so it will be a training race as well for him. They will take time in GC.

Paterski stands tall amidst all ahead of four seconds after which Pierre Rolland and Bart de Clerq stands. One of the favourite GC riders, Contador lost. The teammates of Movistar had a lot to accolade themselves. The teammates proved that they were focused and it was this concentration that avoided any sort of problem and all the supplies were brought to them. Valverda joined the club of number four. Time to come out of Milas-San Remo is a challenge.

The next day climb proved would be difficult and they are trying their best to recover from their attempts. In fact the beginning of two days was also quite demanding.

Tinker States Contador Is The Best Rider

Oleg Tinkov states that he finds Contador to be a strong competitor in the sport of cycling.

The owner of Tinkoff-Saxo, Oleg Tinkov states clearly that Contador is the best of his generation. Heading into the season of 2015, Alberto Contador is proving to be strong. He is attempting to win Tour de France as well as Giro d’Italia.

It is his 33rd year and he is opting for retirement as well but if he is going to capture doubles, he is sure to think about hanging up his boots. Going by the last year 2014, things are speeding up for him as it was calmer and lighter earlier.

There is no doubt that Contador has received criticisms in the past but for the upcoming generation as well as for the ongoing generation he is considered to be the best rider. His preparation for the dual round is undergoing, considering the effort with which he is performing in 2015.

Cyclist Travels With Single Leg Over The Pyrenees

With one leg and one arm Christian Haettich completed the cycling in summer crossing the Alps, the Dolomites and the Pyrenees. The event was for amateur cyclists which continued for three weeks. He enjoys to cycle around the southern part of England. Amidst the riders who are able-bodied, Christian Haettich seems fitter than the rest.

In 2014 he was given the opportunity to ride through the Haute Route. The best part of the amateur is similar to the professional cyclists as the route of the ride remains the same. Friends join in along with the riders to support them as it is in football. High peaks were also part of the cycling route by the riders. The Pyrenees cover included climb of 19,000 metres, ascent of 21 and over 7 days the race got completed.