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The 2018 northern classics will be remembered for the epic battle between Peter Sagan and Quick-Step.
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Fernando Gaviria is two for two in the bunch sprint battles so far at the Tour of California
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So how does Quick-Step find ways to win the big sprints every year? The explanation is simple; the execution is nearly impeccable.
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The Belgian team steamrolled through the classics season this year, notching several victories with many different riders.
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What were the keys to Bob Jungels’s win? Does Liège-Bastogne-Liège need a route change after all? Let’s roundtable!
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Read the full article at VN Show: How Peter Sagan outsmarted Quick-Step at Paris-Roubaix on VeloNews.com.
Despite his formidable Quick-Step team, Roubaix favorite Niki Terpstra concedes that Peter Sagan was stronger on the cobbles.
Quick-Step Floors will begin Sunday’s Paris-Roubaix as the overwhelming favorites with multiple riders capable of winning.
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Without a speedy finisher like Tom Boonen or the injured Fernando Gaviria, Quick-Step’s only option to win Roubaix is to attack.
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