Coronavirus: how riders are coping with the lockdown

Robert Gesink turbo trainer Andorra Jumbo-Visma coronavirus isolation
Jumbo-Visma rider Robert Gesink rides his turbo trainer at home in Andorra (Image credit: Robert Gesink /

As the majority of the pro peloton remain indoors as the worldwide Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic worsens, a number of them have gotten creative with their turbo training.

Some riders are still able to get out for rides in countries where outdoor activities are less restricted, while four-time Tour de France champion is exploring South Africa with Ineos teammate Dylan Van Baarle.

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