Geraint Thomas: Pogacar and Roglic can definitely be beaten

Great Britains Geraint Thomas R wearing the overall leaders yellow jersey and Great Britains Christopher Froome C rides through the socalled Dutch Corner in the ascent to lAlpe dHuez during the twelfth stage of the 105th edition of the Tour de France cycling race between BourgSaintMaurice Les Arcs and lAlpe dHuez on July 19 2018 AFP PHOTO Jeff PACHOUD Photo by Jeff PACHOUD POOL AFP Photo credit should read JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images
Geraint Thomas on his way to Tour de France victory in 2018 (Image credit: Getty Images)

Geraint Thomas has yet to unveil his 2022 plans and his new contract at Ineos Grenadiers has yet to be signed but the former Tour de France winner is confident that he can compete with the best riders in the world over three weeks.

Thomas is already back in Monaco and back in training to prepare the 2022 season. His bike was stolen during one of his first rides but French police quickly reunited him with his Pinarello, and he has been ramping up his rides.   

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Daniel Benson

Daniel Benson was the Editor in Chief at between 2008 and 2022. Based in the UK, he joined the Cyclingnews team in 2008 as the site's first UK-based Managing Editor. In that time, he reported on over a dozen editions of the Tour de France, several World Championships, the Tour Down Under, Spring Classics, and the London 2012 Olympic Games. With the help of the excellent editorial team, he ran the coverage on Cyclingnews and has interviewed leading figures in the sport including UCI Presidents and Tour de France winners.