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Team Fights for TTT Podium in Colombia

Team Fights for TTT Podium in Colombia

Rally Cycling's fourth place finish sets up GC battle.

A rapid ride around the city of Tunja, with altitude playing a big part in the performances of all teams on the start list. The Rally Cycling squad spend a long time in the hot seat after setting a scorching time of 19'01" early in the day, before eventually being bumped by WorldTour teams expected to contest the overall general classification. A final placing of fourth puts the team right in the mix for GC top ten battle.

"Team time trials are ALWAYS full gas, so it was hard for sure. The boys did a great job pacing it and I think we ended up with the best possible result we could. The wind was a major issue but the new FELT AR really shines in these conditions." - Rob Britton

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