BTP “CLASSICS” TRILOGY 2011
In the first episode of the 2011 spring “classics” trilogy, we join Team Garmin-Cervelo as they line up for the longest one day race on the calendar: Milan-San Remo. With three riders who can win, they’ll be reminded that even with a strong team and a plan in place, some things are out of your control.
In the second episode, we join the team at the Tour of Flanders, with millions of Flemish fans in attendance. Laced with disappointment from unlucky circumstances at Milan-San Remo, the boys try to put that all behind them to tackle their next big objective.
In the third episode, the team prepare to support Thor’s bid move to the top step of the podium after coming second and third in the two previous years at legendary Paris-Roubaix. But this race, as always, is full of surprises.
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