Tour of Britain team a 'good laugh', says Owain Doull
Olympic gold medallist Owain Doull said the transition from the cycle track to the road for the Tour of Britain had been a struggle but his fellow Team Wiggins riders were a "good laugh".
Doull, from Cardiff, was one of 120 cyclists who set off from Denbigh on the longest stage of the race on Wednesday morning.
They face a total ascent of 4,133m (13,559 ft) over the stage, which includes the Clwydian Hills and Cambrian Mountains.
They will follow the 135 mile (217km) route to Builth Wells, the first stage finish for Powys.
07 Sep 2016
- From the section Wales