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del1962 said:
Should be in Italy
Don't worry, the local french mayor is working to screw ...ehm fix... the calandar and make it possible next year.

I think that when he says that he wants to have riders going to both Giro and California he specifically refers to Sagan, there aren't other riders that go to California interested in riding the Giro.
 
It is kind of funny to think how crazy good peter sagan is. We are bashing at how *** he has been and he still has 2 world tour wins, and rode in the final 3 out of the 4 monuements that have been ridden this year. And some people are saying he needs to be checked with what is wrong. Kind of says everything about his level. Just my thoughts.
 
It is kind of funny to think how crazy good peter sagan is. We are bashing at how *** he has been and he still has 2 world tour wins, and rode in the final 3 out of the 4 monuements that have been ridden this year. And some people are saying he needs to be checked with what is wrong. Kind of says everything about his level. Just my thoughts.
 
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Frankschleck said:
It is kind of funny to think how crazy good peter sagan is. We are bashing at how **** he has been and he still has 2 world tour wins, and rode in the final 3 out of the 4 monuements that have been ridden this year. And some people are saying he needs to be checked with what is wrong. Kind of says everything about his level. Just my thoughts.
But it does matter. Any drop off is concerning, whether you're starting from Sagan's level or not. Expectations are high because, well, they should be.

It's possible that his training wasn't correct; that his divorce messed with his head; of that he peaked. The first two are fixable.
 
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Fun fact. It was 260th podium for Peter (112 victories, 99 2nd places and 49 3rd places). We can look forward to 100th 2nd and 50th 3rd places.
 
I don't know if it is still allowed but I know that the previous yellow Jersey winner was allowed to wear it on the first stage of the following Tour if he chooses. Maybe Sagan will try doing that for green.

All jokes aside, it is crazy he went that long without wearing a standard kit.
 
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Screecher said:
Yikes. Good but not amazing. Green should be achievable but i'm not sure about stage wins. Hopefully he can get at least 1.
This type of finish is not really his bread and butter. Think back to 2016. In the first week there were two similar stages to today. Cavendish and Kittel won, Sagan was 4th and 3rd.

And green looks sewn up, not achievable.
 
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tobydawq said:
Screecher said:
Yikes. Good but not amazing. Green should be achievable but i'm not sure about stage wins. Hopefully he can get at least 1.
This type of finish is not really his bread and butter. Think back to 2016. In the first week there were two similar stages to today. Cavendish and Kittel won, Sagan was 4th and 3rd.

And green looks sewn up, not achievable.
Sewn up as long as he doesn't crash/crash out or get sick. You never know after what happened last year.
 

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