Stage , 19 Apr 2014, Start 13:58
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Giro d'Italia Hall of Fame - Stephen Roche
Stephen Roche sarà il terzo campione di ciclismo del passato ad entrare nella Giro d'Italia Hall of Fame e ricevere il Trofeo Senza Fine. Stephen Roche will be the third cycling champion of the past
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Friday, 21. March 2014 Multipower to fuel Movistar and Cannondale Pro Cycling teams in 2014 Read more... Close news
We are pleased to announce we have added another leading cycling team to our roster of endurance athletes.
Team Movistar join Cannondale Pro Cycling as Multipower athletes for 2014 and both teams will be looking to achieve great results throughout this grueling season.
Team Movistar had a hugely successful season in 2013, winning the UCI World Championships. They have four national champions within the team and ten race winning riders including Colombian Nairo Quintana who finished runner up in the Tour de France and Alejandro Valverde who finished third in the Vuelta a Espana.
Eusebio Unzué, General Manager of Movistar said: “We are really pleased to be working with Multipower and I know the team are looking forward to using their products. When sportsmen and women train hard, it is important that they fuel themselves with the right nutrition. It is great to have Multipower as our provider of sports nutrition products and I’m sure they will help us achieve our goals of retaining our UCI World Championship crown and achieving success on the Grand Tours.”
The Cannondale team will be looking to take glory this year, particular following an outstanding 2013 season. With outstanding performances by Peter Sagan they took 36 victories. The talented Slovakian has already secured his first victory of the season for Cannondale in 2014, after taking the win on stage four of the Tour of Oman.
Tuesday, 04. March 2014 Giro d´Italia – The journey continues! Read more... Close news
We are proud to announce we have extended our successful partnership with the Giro d`Italia until 2015.
Widely considered to be the world’s most difficult bike race, the Giro d'Italia is famous for an impressive terrain and an exciting tournament structure. This year the Giro d'Italia takes the riders through the fantastic and dangerous landscape of Ireland. The tour starts in Belfast on the 9th of May, riding over Armagh and finally finishing in Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Afterwards the route takes the riders on 18 challenging stages through Italy to the finish in Trieste.
With the start of the cycling season we also going to be supporting a number of interesting spring cycling classics; The Milano–SanRemo (23 March) and Giro di Lombardia (5 October), as well as traditional races, the Strade Bianche (2 March), Roma Maxima (9 March) and Tirreno-Adriatico (12-18 March).