How to ATTACK LATE to Win a Cycling Race – Piotr Havik Strategy Analysis

Piotr Havik attacked late in the Nationale Sluitingsprijs Putte – Kapellen race this week and won the race instead of waiting for the bunch sprint. I analyse what Havik did during the final 5km, his attack and how you could use this attack strategy in your cycling races. Cycling is a complex sport with decisions in the finale before sprints requiring a comprehensive understanding of the various moving parts before deciding whether to attack or sit in.

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