Peter Sagan’s Strategies for Revived racing season Supported


Peter Sagan’s strategies for its 2020 year have been declared, as he alters his intentions for the first time in years.

Sagan, a former three-time world champion, will totally overlook the cobbled Classics for the first time because 2011 because he makes his Giro d’Italia introduction in October.

Bora-Hansgrohe management shown on Tuesday (June 16) the Slovakian superstar will probably be riding the Tour de France and the Giro as a portion of the UCI’s fully redesigned calendar, but will overlook Paris-Roubaix along with the Tour of Flanders.

Sagan will star his period on the afternoon WorldTour racing yields, August 1 for Strade Bianche, based on Ciclismo a Fondo at Spain.

He will then ride Milano-Torino on August 5, Milan-San Remo on August 8, along with also the Critérium du Dauphiné from August 12-16,before turning his focus to the Grand Tours.

Sagan will race the Tour de France, which begins in Nice from August 29 and will then ride the Giro for the very first time from October 3.

However there wasn’t any mention of this World Championships, that are expected to be held in Switzerland in September 20-27.

The upheaval brought on by coronavirus compelled the UCI to suspend all racing in March along with the governing body has since redesigned the calendar, fitting all of significant races to the four weeks between August and November.

Sagan’s routine schedule will comprise the significant classics, such as Paris-Roubaix along with the Tour of Flanders, each of which he’s won previously, then the Tour de France in summertime.

He’s raced both cobbled Monuments annually because 2013.

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This season he had intended to create his Giro d’Italia introduction in the hopes of winning a point and possibly the things jersey, before lining up in the Tour.

Peter Sagan’s 2020 program

Strade Bianche — August 1
Milano-Torino — August 5
Milan –San Remo — August 8
Critérium du Dauphiné — August 12-16
Tour de France — August 29-September 20
Giro d’Italia — October 3-25


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