The Trek rider, who has won a host of Olympic titles, World Time Trials and was a regular Prologue winner in Tour De France openers over the last eight years, will attempt to beat Ondřej Sosenka‘s record of 49.700 kilometres round a track in one hour.
“We have two windows that corresponding in two peaks in form: two weeks after Paris-Roubaix or after the Tour de France,” Trek Factory Racing’s Luca Guercilena told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “It’s for sure, this year. Cancellara has the record in his legs.”
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