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Break: Yevgeniy Gidich and Artyom Zakharov (Astana Qazaqstan Team), Alessandro Tonellli (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè), Filippo Tagliano, Ricardo Alejandro Zurita (Drone Hopper – Androni Giocattoli), Samuele Rivi and Diego Pablo Sevilla (EOLO-Kometa), and Filippo Conca (Lotto Soudal)
Pedersen suffers a rear-wheel puncture but there is little action in the race at the moment so he should make his way back into the main field without much difficulty.
Many of the riders have been talking to Stephen and Barry ahead of the race. Here is a round-up of what they all said .04:39:08Milan-Sanremo is often referred to as La Primavera and the first signs of spring are appearing along the route. The trees are still mostly bare but leaves are beginning to sprout on some, and the sun is making a tentative appearance.04:34:19The breakaway have been out front for over 100km already as the race passes through the beautiful town Capriata d’Orba. The breakaway at Milan-Sanremo 04:25:08At the start, Greg van Avermaet highlighted the importance of the Cipressa, still 175km away."I think the Cipressa is always the super-important one," he said. For the positioning and also downhill with the tailwind it’s going to be a super fast race. So I think it will be an interesting race. It’s a bit of a pity not everyone […]