2019 UCI Road World Championships Men's Road Race : 284.5km

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Huh, Trentin should've attacked as usual I guess. He's going to want to stay away from Moscon in the peloton next year.

Incredible ride from Pedersen though, he put in a massive attack to get away in the first place. Kung was possibly even better, has to show more of this from now on.
 
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I didn't see Trentin taking all that many pulls, tbh.

You can't blame any team's tactics, really.

All the favorites had their shot but the legs weren't there. It was just a brutal race.

The only rider who possibly "messed up" was Sagan, he seemed to have energy left at the end. But maybe he got a second wind.
 
I didn't see Trentin taking all that many pulls, tbh.

You can't blame any team's tactics, really.

All the favorites had their shot but the legs weren't there. It was just a brutal race.

The only rider who possibly "messed up" was Sagan, he seemed to have energy left at the end. But maybe he got a second wind.
Could have been wrong place wrong time.

Belgian or French tactics werent the problem cause they just didnt have it.
 
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Pedersen was by far the strongest in that sprint, he deserves it!
Italy rode a great race, maybe Trentin should have worked with Küng on that climb durning the last lap, but that's just cycling.
All 3 guys deserved to win, that was a great race.
 

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