After taking seven stage wins across the first two editions in 2018 and 2019, the Belgian team – nicknamed 'The Wolfpack' – returned this year with two-time stage winner Julian Alaphilippe as the leader.
The squad of six – Alaphilippe, Álvaro Hodeg, Mikkel Honoré, Bob Jungels, Jannik Steimle and Bert Van Lerberghe – endured a trying time on the stage 1 TTT after the radio communication failed at a crucial time.
As Van Lerberghe struggled to hold the wheel on a climb, the bulk of the team rode on unwittingly, causing directeur sportif Wilfred Peeters to curse the technology back in the team car.
The 11-minute film also takes a look at the pre-stage squad meeting in the team bus, with Peeters and his riders planning out the sprint for the Colombian Hodeg on day two. A chat with the team's soigneurs out on the road also features, as do the post-stage reactions and emotions after UAE Team Emirates sprinter Juan Sebastián Molano took victory on stages 2 and 3.
Click above to view the film. Part two is set to follow at a later date.
During February’s @TourColombiaUCI, we allowed cameras unprecedented access to our riders and staff, to bring you The Wolfpack Insider: Tour Colombia!Now, part 1 is online for everyone to watch it: https://t.co/GmHPhoepwrMarch 18, 2020
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