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Strade Bianche 2020 odds

The Strade Bianche 2020 was scheduled for Saturday 7 March 2020, but the race is likely to be made up on 1 August 2020. There is no odds at Strade Bianche 2020 yet, but we have found odds at Milan–San Remo 2020.

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Strade Bianche 2020

The Strade Bianche is normally the second of the classic spring World Tour calendar after the Omloop. The Italian race maintains the 184 kilometer course with a sinuous profile that, although it does not have long climbs, has short and hard climbs. To these, we must add the 63 kilometers of sterrato that complicate the route more.

The race takes place in Siena and the sterrato sectors are usually key when deciding the winner because small groups are formed. The classic is characterized by its hard journey with continuous ups and downs, and with slopes mainly in the last 70 kilometers of the stage some of which reach 18% of gradient. Real walls that will break the race.

As we have said, the Italian route will be uneven with many ups and downs, and it will be that way until the end since in the last kilometer the cyclists will find a steep slope that will decide the end of the race.

Among the last winners of this classic we can find great cyclists like Tiesj Benoot in 2018, Michal Kwiatkowski twice, in 2017 and 2014 the Polish achieved the victory. There are also cyclists such as the Swiss Fabien Cancellara who has the record of victories with 3, Zdenek Stybar or Philippe Gilbert.

In 2019 the Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe took the win ahead of Jakob Fuglsang and at the exit of Siena, there will be the main riders and sprinters.

Top competitors in Strade Bianche 2020

For the 2020 edition, we will see great cyclists fighting for the final victory. Among them, we can find the Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde, who is a safe bet for the classics, Tiejs Benoot, the Slovakian Peter Sagan, the Belgian Wout Van Aert, the revelation cyclist of 2019 Mathieu Van der Poel, the classic Philippe Gilbert or another great cyclist who must be in every bet, Greg Van Avermaet. All of them will be in the Strade Bianche 2020.

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