Tirreno-Adriatico, Milan-San Remo and the Binda Trophy mark the week

The final phase of the Race of the Two Seas, the first monument of the season and the Italian women's classic will be the great cycling events this week.

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The world of cycling is already approaching one of the great moments of each season: cycling spring, where the great figures of the peloton will meet each other in the most outstanding classics on the calendar. The first of them will take place this weekend with the Milan-San Remo dispute, but first a Tirreno-Adriatico will be decided which in the stages that have been contested has left us great moments to remember.Tirreno-Adriatico (10-16 March)

The Tirreno-Adriatico enters its final stretch and does so after about five very fast-paced first stages. Sprinters will have a chance this Monday at Lido di Fermo, where we could see another great duel between the sprinters before the final clock in San Benedetto del Tronto on Tuesday that will crown the final winner of the event. Tadej Pogacar, Wout Van Aert, Mathieu Van der Poel, Julian Alaphilippe, Mikel Landa, Egan Bernal or Filippo Ganna will be some of the cyclists to follow in these final days

Milan-San Remo (March 20)

The first cycling monument arrives in 2021: the Classicissima, the Milan-San Remo. The great figures of the peloton will come together to cover the 299 kilometers of route with a demanding finish in the climbs to mythical heights such as Capo Berta, La Cipressa and Poggio di San Remo before the final arrival at the Via Roma de San Remo. Wout Van Aert, current champion of the event, will try to defend his title against rivals such as Mathieu Van der Poel, Matteo Trentin, Alexander Kristoff, Mads Pedersen, Vincenzo Nibali, Peter Sagan, Julian Alaphilippe, Sam Bennett, Michal Kwiatkowski, or Caleb Ewan among many other candidates to win the first monument of the year.

Alfredo Binda Trophy - Comune di Cittiglio (March 21)

The UCI Women's World Tour calendar returns and does so with another of the classic women's spring races, the Alfredo Binda Trophy. The great cyclists of the women's peloton will have to cover about 142 kilometers on a track that includes four laps of a final circuit with the climb to Orino that could break the race before the finish line. In the absence of official confirmation, Marianne Vos, Lizzie Deignan, Elisa Longo Borghini, Chantal Van den Broek-Blaak, Anna van der Breggen, Annemiek Van Vleuten or Emma Nordsgaard will be some of the runners to watch in the Binda Trophy.

Other races

Danilith Nokere Koerse male and female (17 March) 444 444

Bredene Koksijde Classic (March 19)

South African National Championships (19-21 March)

Per Semper "Alfredo" (March 21)

GP Slovenian Istra (March 21)

Piccolo Alfredo Binda Trophy - Valli del Verbano (March 21)

Omloop van de Westhoek - Memorial Stive Vermaut (21 March)

Ronde d'Aix (March 21)

Track

Swiss U19 Championships (March 20-21)

MTB

Fullgaz Race powered by Ghost int. MTB Bundesliga (March 20-21)

Alanya Kizilalan Dvut Berber MTB Cup (March 21)

Tropical Mountain Bike Challenge (March 21)

KTM Kamptal Trophy (March 21)



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