Peter Sagan will be back Canada for the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec and Montreal in September
The Slovak looks likely to stick to the program that proved successful in 2016 riding the BinckBank Tour (formally the Eneco Tour) in the Netherlands in August, and the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec and Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal in September. In 2016 Sagan won the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec and in 2013 he won the race in Montreal
The Eneco Tour now renamed the BinkBank Tour moves from a September slot to August for 2017, Sagan won the points classification and two stages at the Dutch race after securing three stage wins at the Tour de France and his fifth consecutive green jersey.
The Bora-Hansgrohe star won his second consecutive world championship title in Doha, Qatar in 2016 using the same program.
Sagan’s return to the GP Quebec and Montreal is welcome as the Slovak has found success at both races during his career.
While taking a break from racing after his expulsion, from the Tour de France, he promoted the upcoming season of the Netflix series Stranger Things on his social media channel in his unique style.
Bora-Hansgrohe squad wanted Sagan to race the Vuelta but as defending World Champion he wants to focus on the 2017 road cycling world championships in Bergen, Norway.