Giro d'Italia stage stats: How many watts do you need to attack from the peloton?

Giro d'Italia stage stats: How many watts do you need to attack from the peloton?

Joe Robinson 18 May 2018 Stage 12 was nothing but relaxing and the power numbers of the stage's protagonists prove this Stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia to Imola should have been a formulaic procession for the sprint teams with such tough days ahead this weekend. However, thanks to some torrential rain, a bit of wind and a couple of attacks, the race yet again found itself at breakneck speed. One of the favourites for the day, Elia Viviani ( Quick-Step Floors ) found himself on the wrong side of a split with best young rider Richard Carapaz (Movistar) while Sam Bennett ( Bora-Hansgrohe ) showed his superior strength to begin his spint early and comfortably hold off the rest of the peloton. The bad weather meant the likes of pink jersey wearer Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and defending champion Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) brought themselves to the head of affairs, ...

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