yesterday's stage of the Giro was interesting.
DiLuca put in a massive attack but Ricco (and Contador) was able to follow with little problem. I wonder if it might be too early in such a tough tour to be going on the attack?
Some seem to think that Contador couldn't keep up at the end but I think he realized there will be plenty of places to grab 5-10 seconds on his rivals. interestingly Ricco had some comments on people who said they hadn't been training and yet were able to respond to such an early attack.
I did like the Saunier Duval technique of sending Piepoli up the road to be there when Ricco went. Very Smooth.
also you have got to love DiLuca's game face.
He always looks like he is about to crack or is really struggling and then he just kicks it up a notch like he did at the finish yesterday.
The next few days don't look like they will shake up anything but the points competition so Wednesday's stage seems to be the next one with some potential to shake things out a little more.