Peter Sagan: 'didn't have the legs' to win Strade Bianche

World champion Peter Sagan admits that he simply didn't have the power to contest the finish of Strade Bianche with Fabian Cancellara and Zdenek Stybar

Peter Sagan was part of the final four-man selection that also included Fabian Cancellara, Zdenek Stybar and Gianluca Brambilla. He would have to settle for fourth place after fading on the final climb.

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Peter Sagan has said that he simply 'didn't have the legs' to keep up with winner Fabian Cancellara and second-placed Zdenek Stybar at the end of Strade Bianche on Saturday.

The road race world champion of Tinkoff rode himself into a very select and highly-talented four-man lead group in the finale of the 176-kilometre race along with Cancellara, Stybar and Gianluca Brambilla.

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