Peloton PhD: Why Strade Bianche’s final climb got the best of Wout Van Aert

This is the second of what will be an occasional column in which we’ll try to use very simple science to try to explain not just how people win bike races, but why. If you’ve got questions about bicycling science, let us know in the comments section below, and we’ll try to tackle them in … The post Peloton PhD: Why Strade Bianche’s final climb got the best of Wout Van Aert appeared first on CyclingTips .

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