Giro d’Italia

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.

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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 […]

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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

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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.

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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 […]

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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

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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 […]

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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.

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News Shorts – 1st May, 2012

Last week’s headlines in Pro Cycling news and what’s coming up… GreenEDGE announces sponsor; Wiggins on Tour track; Evans off target ?; Talansky’s bright future; Viva Il Giro!; Goss leads GreenEDGE; Schleck called in for RadioShack; Basso wipes away doubts; Sprinters’ seven stages; Pellizotti signs with Androni; Martin returns to racing; Italians Ballan and Pozzato […]

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News Shorts – April 26th, 2012

Last week’s headlines in Pro Cycling news and what’s coming up… A Maxim surprise; Nibali close to sealing the deal; Flèche champ, Rodríguez slips away; Romandie welcomes Tour hopefuls Evans, Wiggins; Bruyneel upset with Schlecks; Kreuziger ready to win Giro; Giro TTT: BMC Racing vs GreenEDGE; BMC renews through 2016; Contador accused of doping in […]

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