Geraint Thomas was pleased with his performance on stage two of the Tour de Suisse as he moved into the top 10 overall, 18 seconds behind new leader Kasper Asgreen (Deuceuninck - Quick-Step).
The stage was a tricky circuit of Langnau im Emmental which featured six category two climbs, which saw the peloton split an re-form on numerous occasions throughout the day and after revealing he felt a little tired on Saturday's opening TT, Thomas was happy with the testing parcours.
He told TeamINEOS.com: "I felt a lot better today - and felt a lot better as the race went on really. It was a steep climb with 20km or so to go but I felt fine. The legs felt good.