Mathieu Van Der Poel's Insane Strade Bianche Watts Revealed

Joe Robinson 8 Mar 2021 It turns out the Dutchman did not produce enough watts to get to the Moon but got very close. Photo: Strade Bianche Mathieu van der Poel 's deadly attack into Siena to win Strade Bianche only hit 1,004W, according to his Alpecin-Fenix team and Strava. The 26-year-old waltzed to an emphatic victory at the Italian semi-Classic on Saturday with a deadly attack on the final Via Santa Caterina climb into Siena with some saying his final attack was so powerful 'it could have propelled him to the Moon'. Yet despite various reports claiming that the Dutchman hit 'over 1 million watts' as he sprinted away from Julian Alaphillippe of Deceuninck-QuickStep and Egan Bernal of Ineos Grenadiers , it seems like Van der Poel's 20-second blast only actually averaged out at a practically measley 1,004W with a max wattage of 1,362W. Here is Van der Poel%u2019s ...

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