Trans Schwarzwald, stage 2.

Start at noon. How nice, I could sleep until 8. At 9 we drove to Freudenstadt. Today Agnes was doing the feeding for us. The start was pretty fast, but after a few km nobody really wanted to do any work. So we were a big group for the first 10 km until it blew into several smaler groups.
I felt good right from the start. I found a good group and rode most of the day in this group. Sometimes I really had to fight to stay in there, but it was worth to fight a little bit, then the flat parts and downhills were easier for me because I could just follow the other riders.
A big thanks to Agnes for supporting us! She did a great job.


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