Monday, October 31, 2011

Sesma in the wilderness

Like pretty much every bike rider out there at the end of a contract, Daniel Sesma is struggling to find a team for next season. The 27-year-old will not be retained by Euskaltel and, according to the ever-aggressive rider, it's slim pickings out there.

"Every team I've been in contact with has either been full or out of money. Caja Rural, for one, have no places left on their roster. I'm still looking, but it's hard given that so many riders are looking and so few teams are hiring. I'm motivated to keep riding, but situations like these drains your morale", the Arre native told Gara.

Despite having failed to post any results of note during his two-year spell with the team, Sesma said he was surprised at not being offered a new deal.

"Yeah, I didn't expect this. I've always done what I've been told - be it getting into breaks or pulling the peloton. I think I've been improving every year as well. I did the Giro this year and overall I was pleased with my performance in Italy. I've grown as a rider and feel I have a lot to offer".

Sesma went on to rule out Portugal as a possible destination, citing the need to "stay in Spain".

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