For many cycling aficionados, the Giro d’Italia is the toughest test that a pro cyclist can face, with stages that are often harder, longer and colder than any at the Tour de France and Vuelta a España. It’s also one of the most enigmatic and unpredictable Grand Tours, many main favorites flying well under the radar until the final week.
Like the Tour and Vuelta, the Giro takes place over 21 stages with just two well-deserved rest days, tackling some of the highest and steepest peaks in the Italian Alps and Dolomites along the way.
In 2021, Egan Bernal became the second Colombian to win the Giro after Nairo Quintana
International live signal for each stage of the Giro
Live or recorded with international sound and English commentaries
Daily highlights available via satellite or FTP server (from 10’ to 52’ duration)
Newsfeed with International sound and log sheet
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