Tao Geoghegan Hart believes Sky is best team for his development

Tao Geoghegan Hart is a man of surprises. The rider from Hackney, London, was expected to perform in the final mountains or the individual time trial of the Tour de l'Avenir, one of his major goals as an under-23 rider, but he instead decided to attack on Saturday's opening stage, where he went into a break and took 50 seconds out of the other top contenders. "The race is not over at all, it's a long way to next Saturday," Geoghegan Hart told Cyclingnews. "I like this type of racing, quite aggressive and unpredictable."

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