Matej Mohorič Wins the Longest Stage of Tour de France 2021

Matej Mohorič Wins the Longest Stage of Tour de France 2021

Team Bahrain Victorious (France) - Press Release: Stage 7, dubbed the first real opportunity for the breakaway, saw Mohorič capitalise and attack the breakaway on Côte-de-Glux-en-Glenne, never looking back, and winning the longest stage of the Tour since the year 2000.

The 249.1km stage started Vierzon going over five categorised climbs finishing in Le Creusot. An early breakaway of around 30 riders formed that included Mohorič and the yellow jersey Van Der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix). The peloton let the break take a big gap, having an advantage of over six minutes putting pressure on race favourite Tadej Pogacar (UAE Emirates). On the Cote-de-Glux-en-Glenne and 70 kilometres remaining, Mohorič and Van Moer (Lotto Soudal) attacked, holding a gap of over one minute from the rest of the peloton.

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