Video: I have no pressure, says Sagan

Peter Sagan's first spring campaign with Tinkoff-Saxo could have gotten off to a better start. The Slovakian's legs as good as abandoned him at E3 Harelbeke and he wasn't able to pick things up two days later at Gent-Wevelgem. There's still time for him to redeem himself, however: the Tour of Flanders this Sunday and Paris-Roubaix a week later are two more chances for Sagan take his first monument victory.

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