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We have a longer, hillier race, with smaller teams to boot. Before we go any further, this is the time to have a read of our in-depth race preview.
This is the scene in Milan this morning. Blue skies, temperatures nudging 30, socially distanced photographers, and no fans. The riders are signing on team-by-team and going through their pre-race rituals.
Some housekeeping. The riders will roll out of Milan at local time, so in around 20 minutes. I'll be talking at you the whole time.
The longest race of the year just got even longer. Another late re-route has taken the total distance from km to km if you count the neutral.
The distance is one of the defining characteristics of Milan-San Remo. I think it was Mark Cavendish who explained that even one wasted pedal stroke can cost you dearly.
Stephen Farrand has the details in that preview, but to summarise, no Turchino Pass, no long procession down the coast, and none of the Tre Capi climbs.
Instead, the route continues inland from Milan south west towards San Remo and only joins the coast with 33km to go. This year we have six-man teams.
How will it affect the race? Plenty of reactions from riders past and present in this story. There's no time to correct mistakes. Maybe it's an illusion, but it doesn't feel like that's how it works in other races.
It's like the picture of every other race has pixels and San Remo's has 10 million. It seems so easy early on that you forget you need to save energy; a lot of guys are in the wind thinking it won't matter because the race seems so straightforward at that point.
They forget that every single watt ends up being important in the finale. That was from a piece in the issue of Procycling magazine that Cavendish himself guest-edited, and luckily we have the whole thing available to read on CN.
Feeding will be a big factor," he says. Wout Van Aert on the start line a little earlier. I just can't see anyone else winning this race.
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We're chugging through the neutral zone and are just over five minutes away from the start proper. Before we get going, now's your chance to have a look through the full and final start list.
During the quiet early hours we'll take a closer look at some of the key teams' line-ups. Mazzucco scrambled his way across after the originals had gone clear, so we have a seven-rider breakaway and the peloton looks happy to let it go as the gap moves out over two minutes.
Our top story today concerns the awful events in Poland earlier this week. The Dutchman has also given a tearful TV interview in which he apologises and says he can't contemplate racing a bike again for a good few months.
Here's the full story. Of course, the most important thing is Fabio Jakobsen's health. After some very worrying early moments, there has been more positive news, with the Dutchman now out of a coma, and with neurological issues seemingly ruled out.
Still, he faces a 'long and arduous' recovery. Here's the latest on his condition. Five minutes for the break now, and still growing.
Let's have a look at a couple of line-ups. Let's start with the team of the reigning champion: Deceuninck-QuickStep.
Alaphilippe was flying last year but has played down his chances at these August Classics as he builds towards the Tour.
Still, you can't rule him out. If it's a bunch sprint, Bennett will take it from there. His uphill solo win in Burgos was an indication of his form and ability to accelerate on punchy climbs.
Jungels and Stybar offer interesting options, while Declercq and Asgreen can perform the early heavy lifting.
It's a quality team, isn't it. Ewan was second in and would be a big contender from a Via Roma sprint, but Gilbert is looking to make history with a Milan-San Remo title that would complete the set of five Monuments.
The Belgian has finished on the podium twice but a key question is whether, at 38, and with a Paris-Roubaix victory credited with his transformation into a 'diesel engine', he still has the necessary explosiveness to get away on the Poggio.
The seven breakaway riders extend their lead to on these early flat roads into the Pavia province. The last time I live blogged Milan-San Remo, a certain Vincenzo Nibali snuck away on the Poggio, picked his way so gracefully down the descent, and celebrated while Ewan et al were unfurling futile sprints.
It was brilliant. The Italian was in relaxed mood ahead of this year's race, and you can read his pre-race thoughts at the link below.
UAE Team Emirates have an interesting line-up. Gaviria can certainly win this race. The man who was just ahead of him that day?
Kristoff, who won this race in It will be fascinating to see what Pogacar can do here - or what the young lad can't do. Formolo is also in flying form after finishing runner-up at Strade Bianche.
Richeze and Troia are there to support Gaviria. We also have live coverage of the l'Ain stage, so if you fancy following the famed Ineos and Jumbo-Visma tridents as they head into the Jura mountains, join my colleague Sadhbh O'Shea here.
The breakaway riders aren't putting in all this effort for nothing, and it's only fair we shine a spotlight on these race animators.
First up, Mattia Bais , a year-old neo-pro who rode for the Friuli team before turning pro with Gianni Savio's Androni-Giocattoli team in Mattia describes himself as "a long-distance climber", according to an interview with a local paper in Trentino.
His favourite rider is Alessandro De Marchi, and his brother, Davide, a year younger, is also a cyclist, currently with Friuli.
Despite being in the early stages of his career, Mattia already has a fan club, run by his mate. That's friendship. After just over 80km, we're coming to Alessandria, where damage done by storms led to another last-minute re-route that added another 6km to the total distance.
Here was Peter Sagan at the start this morning. At one point, it was unthinkable to imagine his career without at least one Milan-San Remo victory.
Now, things seem slightly different. He's still a rider of undeniable class but his status his somewhat diminished after just four wins and no classics in and a barren so far, not mention the rise of new superstars in Van der Poel and Van Aert.
I have doubted Sagan, which means Sagan will now win this race. Most of the time it is a sprint with 30 or 40 riders, but that is the nice thing about the race, it is open for everyone to try something.
Greg Van Avermaet is our clear leader, he is our caption and is looking really good, but we also need to be ready to react to different situations.
Alessandro De Marchi is coming in from Paris-Nice with strong form and the guys from Tirreno-Adriatico are also in good shape so we need to be smart and be ready to take every opportunity we get in the race.
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Milan-San Remo is the only one of cycling's five Monuments the Belgian has not yet won, with a best finish of third back in and He'd be a popular winner if he could do it, too, while teammate Caleb Ewan will be waiting in the wings if it all comes down to a reduced-bunch sprint on the Via Roma in San Remo.
Last year's runner-up, Oliver Naesen AG2R La Mondiale , will hope that he's another year stronger, wiser and faster, and that he can upgrade by a step, while third-placed Michal Kwiatkowski Team Ineos will be trying to recreate his victorious race.
Mathieu van der Poel Alpecin-Fenix will be riding his first Milan-San Remo, and the race could suit the Amstel Gold winner down to the ground, while champion Alexander Kristoff will line up alongside UAE Team Emirates teammate Fernando Gaviria, effectively giving them a double chance of the win.
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Amazingly, only one rider goes down - and it's Danny van Poppel, who could have been a factor in the finish The reigning champion needs a bike change after picking up a rear flat in a dusty segment of road.
The Frenchman suffered six punctures in last weekend's Strade Bianche and so he's really not enjoying the rub of the green at the moment.
But better puncture here than on the Poggio Meanwhile, there are some dicey moments for a few riders as fans encroach dangerously close to the road as they hit the usual Milan-San Remo coastal road just as Boaro, the last man standing, is swept up.
The race is on! The first big test of the th edition of La Primavera - besides km in sweltering heat - is getting closer.
With the Cipressa less than 20km away, Boaro and Bais combine in the break to edge clear as the peloton closes in.
Their move doesn't last long and we now have five of the initial break - Mazzucco appears to have disappeared - bravely holding on as they pass under the elevated autostrada and pass through downtown Imperia not a scenic sight.
Their man today is Oliver Naesen, who I can't see winning, but whose chances many people fancy. He was runner up here last year to Alaphilippe.
But his problem is that he will never win a sprint, so needs to go on the Poggio and hope no one comes with him. Just 17 seconds now for the remnants of the breakaway.
Deceuninck-QuickStep continue doing what they do best - stringing out the pack and gobbling up errant escapees. The leaders have just 35 seconds now as the race zips through a series of hillside towns as it continues its fast drop towards the coast.
Sam Bennett, the Irish champion, is fifth in line. He'll never have a better chance at winning a Monument. On the little ramp before the final descent towards the coast, Nicola Conci of Trek-Segafredo had zipped off the front of the pack in pursuit of the leaders, whose gap is down to 1'10".
Conci is perhaps paving the way for a Shark attack later on from Nibali as the race enters a series of tunnels, the other side of which the riders will be able to see the glistening Mediterranean sea.
The lone Spaniard who was in the break has been swept up by the peloton, which is being led by Deceuninck-QuickStep on this descent.
It will be interesting to see Sam Bennett being given a proper chance today. Formerly used as a Bora workhorse for Sagan, Bennett has never finished higher than 28th in four appearances in this race.
But today he's Deceuninck's top dog - provided Julian Alaphilippe doesn't ping off on the Poggio - so he could win a maiden Monument. The leaders have gone over the summit and now start this steep, technical, twisting 9km descent.
There will be another small bump and then the final drop down towards the Ligurian coast, where the race will pick up the usual route ahead of the Cipressa and Poggio.
Back with the pack it's Bob Jungels, the perpetual Luxembourg champion, who sets tempo as the gap is recorded at 2'16" over the top.
The riders have now left Piedmont and entered Liguria. Meanwhile, Hector Carretero of Movistar has been dropped by the leaders as the gradient ramps up a bit on this seemingly interminable climb.
So we now have six Italians in the lead with a gap of 2'45" over the pack. Interestingly, since they lost Trentin to that crash, Team CCC have sent riders to the front of the pack.
Their main man is Greg van Avermaet now, the Olympic champion, who has never finished higher than 5th in Milan-San Remo.