- PSA: Classics season starts this weekend
Contract ends this year for him so I expect it’ll be like this throughout the the year with Peeters trying to get in a side swipe to keep costs down and Cav putting on a show of winning and wanting more $’s..
Some good showing from Viviani.. perhaps if Sky perfect some sort of lead out he might have a wheel out front too.Posted 4 years ago
Well for me the stage wasn’t about the finish, more about Tommy and DeLaPlace. 2 epic Frenchmen doing what they do best.. Pop off the front and ride until you get caught.
And pan flat too, no wind but plenty of tree lined roads only the French do best.
Great to see Bradley gesticulating wildly to the Bunch too.. 8)Posted 4 years agoslowpuncheurMember
Stannard’s a good outside bet but it’ll definitely be a sprinter this year with the parcours being a little less lumpy that in recent years. Depending on how Cav recovered from his South African bug, he has to be one of the favourites. If he can stick with Sagan who’ll be shepherded over the Cipressa and up the Poggio then he’ll beat him. He was climbing well in Oman(?) before that and had the beating of Kristoff in KBK.
Jens Debusschere as another outside bet?Posted 4 years ago
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