Peter Sagan for the Classics, Alberto Contador for the Tours: Tinkoff-Saxo's 2015 plan

Tinkoff-Saxo manager Bjarne Riis starts planning for the 2015 season

Peter Sagan wins Stage 3 of the 2014 Tirreno Adriatico from Michal Kwiatkowski and Simon Clarke.

(Image credit: Graham Watson)

Tinkoff-Saxo manager Bjarne Riis returned from Mount Kilimanjaro with plans just as lofty as its 19,341-feet summit: win the Grand Tours with Alberto Contador and classics with new rider Peter Sagan.

"We need to win a classic," Riis told Danish BT website. "Peter Sagan has a chance to win in all of them, and I'll survive if he doesn't.

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