Of course the riders (some) make the efforts.
But the course was trivial, even the 'Queen' Mtn stage.
Liggett was awful. Did no homework, barely could keep me from falling asleep, i was sure he caught a few winks...
I did like his insistence to go on with his explanation how 'the bike change' was happening for a rider, no transponder on new bike, bike preset to the rider's position, yadda, yadda, yadda - except while he's tawkin about this, the rider is having a wheel change... rider gets pushed and falls inline behind teams cars - Liggett still on how this was a bike change... I mean, what planet ??? then he goes back to sleep...
music was boring, starts were boring, processions with boring sprint finish, Tour de Boredom