I fear that's a bit too optimistic but really hope he will be better than he has been so far. I agree that he should win Amstel rematively easily, though, especially if they can convince Schachmann to be a domestique for him (he doesn't like not riding for himself, Brian Holm has told us on Danish tv).SKSemtex said:Sagan will start his amazing triple this Sunday. :lol:
Ronde (still undercooked) he will win with tons of luck from reduced sprint.
PR he will win on velodrome beating Stybar GVA Vanmarcke Naesen and Terpstra.
AGR will be his easiest win this year. I am pretty sure he will be in the monster form there.
Bora has been playing it perfectly so far. I do not remember when Sagan was so unmarked and underestimated since 2012. And I really like it. I always like the races where he and his team does not have to be fully responsible for all chasing.
The truth is, he is not on his best, but there is nobody of Cancellara strength in the present peloton who can get 15 seconds on Paterberg and never be brought back. And long-range attacks ala Gilbert or Terprsta will be brought back by huge strength of present peloton that learned his lesson last year.
The only question is: will he win also LBL and become an undisputed legend of the sport?
And welcome back