Giro d’Italia

Acquarone: I feel like a cycling whistleblower who was fired, then accused of doping

Almost two years after he was fired from his role with Giro d’Italia organisers RCS Sport, former race director Michele Acquarone has repeated calls for a full investigation into a missing 17 million Euro and reiterated claims that he is a scapegoat. The Italian, who was suspended along with others in October 2013 and then […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: UCI Licence Commission states withdrawal of Astana licence would not have been proportionate; US government wants to question Armstrong’s girlfriend over his lying; Martin reveals extent of Liège-Bastogne-Liege injuries; Contador says making history is crucial for him, sees Giro/Tour double as way to do that; Brailsford gives […]


Tales from the Giro d’Italia with Henk Vogels – Episode 3

In this third episode of “Tales from the Giro d’Italia,” Henk Vogels talks about the Giro crashes and who had the loudest antics in the pro peloton.


Ryder Hesjedal’s Rocky Road To The Top

Throughout the day it seems like I’ve been in touch with half of Canada talking about Ryder Hesjedal’s Giro win. Today a long-time reader named Drew Childerhose got in touch with me to share an interview that he did with Ryder a few months ago as well as his insights on Ryder’s slow but steady […]


Tuesday News Shorts

Here’s what’s making headlines in cycling and a preview of what’s coming up… The Giro’s Pink Jersey Flip-Flop; The Giro Contenders; Schleck Out; Gesink and Sagan the Kings of Cali; Leave Cav Alone; Tassies lead the Tour of Japan


Giro d’Italia Stage 17 Preview with Michael Barry and Dan Lloyd

Canada’s Michael Barry of Sky Procycling and Dan Lloyd of Team IG-Sigma Sport ride stage 17 of the Giro up the Passo Giau and provide their insights on the route.


News Shorts – 16th May, 2012

Last week’s headlines in Pro Cycling news and what’s coming up… Garmin’s romp, from the time trial to the maglia rosa; Welcome to the club; One for the other guys; Cavendish’s ups and downs; Sprinters heading home; The other classifications; Giro d’Italia to race Galibier; Ullrich admits mistakes; Sagan back to his winning ways in […]


News Shorts – 9th May, 2012

Last week’s headlines in Pro Cycling news and what’s coming up… Thank you, Gerry; Roberto, che ca**o fai?; Cavendish and Phinney lick their wounds; What’s next?; Hesjedal leads the big guns; SBS Giro Television Schedule; Nuyens returns to race; Nibali waits to re-sign with Liquigas


Giro d’Italia Quiz!

We’re only one day away from the 95th Giro d’Italia and I couldn’t be more excited. The Giro has an Italian flavour that sets it apart from all other races. It’s colorful, beautiful, unpredictable, chaotic, and gruelling. Today, I present to you a quiz written by Jamie Jowett to test your knowledge of the Giro. Try to […]


The Giro d’Italia al dente

The 95th edition of the Giro d’Italia starts in four days in Herning, Denmark. European cycling journalist, Gregor Brown, provides a quick insight to the allure of the Giro as well as the challenges faced by new race director, Michele Acquarone.