Fabian Cancellara in De Ronde

Road: Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) impressed when he’s in solitary Majesty drove home the 94th Edition of the Ronde van Vlaanderen after running away from Tom Boonen (Quick Step) up the Kappelmuur.

Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) impressed when he’s in solitary Majesty drove home the 94th Edition of the Ronde van Vlaanderen after running away from Tom Boonen (Quick Step) up the Kappelmuur.

At the finish, he invited on herself by shaking hands with their sporting Director, Bjarne Riis, and so he caught a Swiss flag that he waved when he crossed the finish line.

“It was not easy to know that I was the favorite, but it was more weight on my shoulders during the construction phase of the competition rather than today. I guess it was a perfect race. My attacks came on perfect places. To go in Molenberg was the right time and then I had to try the Kapelmuur because that’s where the legend and history of this competition has been created. When I realized that I had made by Boonen, it was like I got wings on my feet so I pushed all the way to the destination, “says an overjoyed Fabian Cancellara after the finish.
Bad luck for Matti Breschel

Until it was five kilometers left of the Ronde van Vlaanderen had Matti Breschel (Team Saxo Ban) proved to be one of the strongest racers along with Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen. Then hit Matti Breschel of teknsika problem and had to change bikes. At bike booty was messing around and he lost valuable time to the peloton.

Gustav Larsson (Team Saxo Bank) waited in Dane and helped him as long as he could then got Matti Breschel fight yourself in the caravan to try to connect to the lead before the Molenberg. The task was too tough for him so there was lost his chance to win the Ronde van Vlaanderen.
Cancellara stepped into the action

When the lead went into the Molenberg couldn’t Fabian Cancellara wait more to Matti Breschel would catch up. The Swiss went about all on the right wing and attacked. It was just Tom Boonen who could follow.

Just behind the duo formed a group consisting of Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky Pro Cycling Team), Steve Chainel (Bbox Bouygues Telecom), Bjorn Leukemans, Johnny Hoogerland (Vacansoleil Pro Cycling Team), Sebastian Langeveld (Rabobank), Maxim Iglinsky (Astana), George Hincapie (BMC Racing Team), Leif Hoste, Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma-Lotto), David Millar (Garmin-Transitions), Maarten Wynants and Stijn Devolder (Quick Step).

Tätduon worked on well after the Molenberg and extended their gap to the group behind.The group then examined, David Millar, Bjorn Leukemans and Philippe Gilbert their chances but they never came close to Boonen and Cancellara.

Kapelmuur is that worked in the last part, when tätduon got there pressed Fabian Cancellara on the gas and drove away from Tom Boonen sitting. The Belgian had to stand up on the cobblestones and tearing frantically in the bike’s handlebars back and forth to try to follow, but without success. The gap between the two favourites grew rapidly. Fabian Cancellara had taken the lead role, and in case he had more than a minute, be on the Belgian champion of Quick Step.