'It's an environment that helps you win, but I'm still the same guy': Scintillating early form not down to dramatic changes at Ineos Grenadiers, says Adam Yates

The Brit took his first victory for his new team, but says he's stuck to what he knows in order reach top form

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What does Adam Yates attribute his impressive early season form to? New team, new ideas, in his supposed peak of his career at 28? The truth is none of that.

Instead, the winner of stage three of the Volta a Catalunya is still the same bike rider he always has been, and the fact that he's now racing in Ineos Grenadiers colours and not BikeExchange is irrelevant.

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