Ten days have passed since the Tour de Romandie and I'm very happy with my sensations on the bike & the way the form is progressing.
The race itself was exactly what I needed to jump-start the legs back into that race tempo that you don't get at home training. There was a huge amount of work to be shared amongst the team with Gee and Brad holding the yellow leaders jersey throughout the race but we wouldn't have wanted it any other way. When the team is going that well, everyone's morale is high & it becomes that much easier to bury yourself knowing that it's for a bigger cause. Wiggins is flying at the moment and what he has achieved so far this season is already a massive accomplishment.
I will be spending the next two weeks with my team 2000m above sea level on the volcano of Tiede in Tenerife. It finally feels as though winter has left us, so we should be in for some solid, uninterrupted training.