Given his profile as a sprinter-puncher, it’s almost an anomaly that Michael Matthews was not won yet Milan-San Remo in his career. Third in 2015 and 2020 (and sixth last year), Australia intends to have success on its side on Saturday to finally win the Primavera. To support him, Team BikeExchange-Jayco a call to Luke Durbridge, Cameron Meyer, Luka Mezgec, Alexander Konychev, Lawson Craddock and Alex Edmondson.
Video – Matthews stage winner in the 2016 Tour de France
“I will be ready for Saturday”
“When I think of the finish on Via Roma, a lot of memories come to my mind, some good and some less so. It was a race full of ups and downs for me. I was always named by Milan-San Remo since my debut, I still have the opportunity to win and I will do my best to try to at least finish on the podium for the third time. Adriatico after my crash on the Strade Bianche, but to be honest my condition is better than I thought, and I think I’ll be ready for Saturday.”a declared Matthew at the site of his training.
Team BikeExchange-Jayco on Milan-San Remo : Lawson Craddock (USA), Luke Durbridge (Australia), Alex Edmondson (Australia), Alex Konychev (ITA), Cameron Meyer (Australia), Michael Matthews (Australia), Luka Mezgec (SLO)
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“If I think of the finish line on Via Roma, a lot of memories come to mind over the years, a few ups and a lot of downs. It’s been a roller coaster ride for me.” – @blingmatthews ðŸŽ™#MilanoSanRemo ðŸ”œðŸ‡®ðŸ‡¹https://t.co/Rxp6p6RIsC
– BikeExchange-Jayco Team (@GreenEDGEteam) March 17, 2022