The cold has been left behind for weeks now and cycling trips have become more bearable. The jackets stay at home and it is not necessary to plan how many layers you will need on each route because with the jersey it is worth it.
However, for some professionals, the cycling summer has not yet arrived. Due to the need to train at altitude, there are many teams in the international peloton that hold concentrations in high places to get their cyclists used to working in these conditions. Andorra is an ideal place for this and for this reason there are so many professional cyclists who reside there.
This is how Lilian Calmejane and Dion Smith from the Intermarché-Circus-Wanty train. It seems that the video was recorded in January, but it has been published on networks for less than a week. In May it's still time to go out warmly dressed to pedal where these two 'pros' do.
These last few days we have seen torrential rains and very adverse conditions in the Giro, but nothing that comes close to a storm like this. Despite the snowfall, they are still able to joke about it. They really are made of another paste.