Giro d'Italia 2021 Giro d'Italia, Stage 7: Notaresco – Termoli 181 km

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  • Pellaud in the break

    Votes: 12 27.3%
  • Tagliani in the break

    Votes: 12 27.3%
  • Someone from Bardiani in the break

    Votes: 25 56.8%
  • Someone from Eolo in the break

    Votes: 23 52.3%
  • Nizzolo to finish second

    Votes: 30 68.2%
  • Someone to try and make a flyer on the ramp at the finish

    Votes: 15 34.1%
  • Whoever wins will not have won a stage before at this year's Giro

    Votes: 15 34.1%
  • ... and will be of a different nationality of the rest as well

    Votes: 7 15.9%
  • The winner will be decided by less than a bike length

    Votes: 19 43.2%
  • Someone will celebrate too early

    Votes: 5 11.4%

  • Total voters
    44
Ewan is going to be hard to beat with that little bump at the end I guess. Hoping for Sagan though, it looks like he's doing his best to find his best legs again. I really hope we do get to see Sagan at his best again, would be very interesting to see how he can do against WVA and MVDP. He's only 31 years old but it feels like it's been so long since we've seen him at his absolute peak.
 
Reactions: Cassirer
This stage made me think there is so much difference between some classics and this type of stage in GT. Seriously. Like different sport. From fun perspective. Also I realized Italy has nicer nature than Spain. Mostly.
 
Reactions: glassmoon
This stage made me think there is so much difference between some classics and this type of stage in GT. Seriously. Like different sport. From fun perspective. Also I realized Italy has nicer nature than Spain. Mostly.
italy is more green, but it also depends on the time of year of course, the vuelta is ridden when its warmer.
 
Reactions: spalco
This stage made me think there is so much difference between some classics and this type of stage in GT. Seriously. Like different sport. From fun perspective. Also I realized Italy has nicer nature than Spain. Mostly.
It's like watching pre-scripted shows. You let some guys from the wildcrd teams go, they have to or else their teams don't get invited next year, basically bullied into doing a whole day effort with no chance of winning. Big teams have a day off and then there is a race for the last 5 kms.
 
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