The classic Italian movie Trofeo Laigueglia ended with a victory for Bauke Mollema. The Dutch won from Trek-Segafredo after a lone attack.
The race around Laigueglia was a preparation for the Italian classic games including Strade Bianche on Saturday. The mountain path was over 200 kilometers long, and eventually there were many ascent to Colla Micheri and Capo Mele. The starting line was: Michel Koyatkovsky (Ineos Grenadiers), Lucas Ossian (Arkia Samsik Team) and Dominic Jurak (Issigibi General Store)
Next knee in separation: Nicholas Edet (France, Covidis Solutions Credit), Nikita Stalnov (Kazakhstan, Astana Premier Tech), Jorei Holman (Germany, Team Movistar), Feliko Stoynic (Serbia), Alessandro Iaki (Italy and both Vinnie) Zab), Matthias Fasik (Czech Republic, Gazprom Rusphilo), Unai Quadaro (Spain, Euskaltet-Euskadi), John Archibald (UK, EOLO-Kometa), Mattia Bais (Italy, Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec), Mulu Kinfe Hailemichael (Ethiopia), DELKO ), Davide Persico (Italy, Team Colpack Ballan) and Niccolo Salvietti (Italy, Mg k Vis VPM).
Baes and Holman stayed on top for much longer. Their activity was liquidated about 25 kilometers before the finish line. Only the strongest remained in the lead, and Bok Molima (Netherlands, Trek-Segafredo) decided to attack. The Dutchman was increasing his superiority and confidently reached victory. A chase group brought in by Mory Fansevenant (Belgium, Deakonink Quick Step) and Egan Bernal (Colombia, Ineos Grenadiers) Michae Kwiatkowski did not finish the race. The Polish cyclist reported his fall on social media. Jurak also did not reach the finish line, and Ossian finished 62nd, nearly six minutes behind.
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