Stage 5, Falcade – Crespano del Grappa

Today I crashed and Carsten crashed too. He asked me afterwards if I noticed he rode over my leg? No I did not. I just got up as quickly as possible, first I checked my wounds on my leg. I could move everything, so I wanted to get on my bike and get going. My front tire was flat. That is why I crashed, I thought. Luckily it was in one of the several switch backs down Monte Grappa. Having a flat tire when you go 70km an hour is difficult to control. Carsten was also fine. We were lucky. A big thanks to Carsten for changing the innertube and being so calm. I think we were both a bit shocked at first, but managed all in a very professional way.


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