‘My season is judged on wins, and solely wins’ – Caleb Ewan’s excessive stakes Tour de France


No one spent as lengthy within the saddle final July as Caleb Ewan. The Australian rode into Paris because the lanterne rouge, overlaying the course virtually six hours slower than total winner Jonas Vingegaard. His profession is constructed on pace, however his Tour de France rapidly turned an train in sluggish struggling on a route that supplied little succour for sprinters.

“I believe I did not dash for a win from after we left Denmark till we obtained to the Champs-Élysées,” Ewan tells Cyclingnews. “That’s a very long time in between to be struggling by way of mountains and no matter to get there.”