Team Garmin: Martin wins Tour of Poland, Tuft second in Denmark


TuftDenmark The summer is just heating up for Team Garmin, who has kept the momentum rolling after Ryder Hesjedal's breakthrough performance in France. Dan Martin took the overall lead at the Tour of Poland with a successful solo attack on the final climb of stage 5, and the argyle armada did a masterful job of protecting his yellow jersey in the days that followed. Their hard work paid off as Dan won the individual title – his first major stage-race victory – and Garmin-Transitions won the team championship. Meanwhile, at the Tour of Denmark, Svein Tuft won the individual time trial and took second place overall. Anyone who thinks the professional cycling season ends on the Champs-Elysees should check out the next two months of racing. With a couple one-day races and two weeklong tours in the next three weeks, followed by the U.S. National Championships and the Vuelta a Espana (Spain's grand tour), there's plenty of action still on tap. Be sure to follow Jake's Twitter lists of cycling media and the cyclists themselves, and stay tuned at the Team Garmin
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