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Viva il Giro! Podium Cafe's coverage of Italy's grand tour

A Review of Stage 10 of the Giro that’s also a Preview of Stage 11 because why not, they’re the Same Stage

Giro Stage 10 Preview: I’ll Call it Tradition

Giro Stage 9 Preview: The Prime Minister Stage

Time for the Party at Mauro Vegni’s Place

In which I ramble about the Giro (as we cycling writers are wont to do) until I decide this post is long enough.

Conor’s Top Three Giro Stages, or “[Sigh], What Have These Clowns Left Me With”

I tre favoriti del Jenserino

Giro Stage 10: Tempo & vino

As is now tradition in the Giro we see one of the decisive stages being a timetrial in some significant wine region. A nice way of elevating a day that may otherwise not be the most captivating for TV audiences.

Giro Stage 8: Saturday Shenanigans

We hit the second weekend of the Giro with a hilly stage.

Alfonsina, by Ilona Kamps

A photo novel evoking the life of Alfonsina Strada, the only woman to start the Giro d'Italia.

The Secret of Savona

Eddy Merckx won the Giro d'Italia five times between 1968 and 1974. Had it not been for the inconvenient presence of a prohibited substance in a urine sample during the 1969 race, it would have been six.

A Giro d'Italia Bookshelf

A Café Bookshelf guide to Giro d'Italia books available today.

Predicting the Fight for Pink

The Giro 100, by Herbie Sykes

One hundred people share their memories of the Giro d'Italia.

Corsa Rosa, by Brendan Gallagher

Another history of the Giro d'Italia.

The 1924 Giro d'Italia - Alfonsina Strada and the Fight Against Revenue Sharing

It may have all been a long time ago, but the 1924 Giro d'Italia was a lot more modern than most realise.

Giro d'Italia, by Colin O'Brien

The story of the world's most beautiful bike race?

Giro d'Italia 2017 Presentation LIVE

Giro Stage 20: Southern Alps Showdown

Giro Stage 19: Like agnellos to slaughter

Giro Stage 17: Breakaway Bonanza

Giro Rest day: Open Thread

We have reached the third (slackers) rest day and the weekend has certainly turned what we thought we knew about this Giro on its head. The heavy favorites are on their knees and the outsiders are looking golden. Will it last through the grueling final week?

Giro Stage 15: Dolomite Timetrial

Giro Stage 13: Friulian free-for-all

Giro Stage 12: Sprinter's delight

Giro Rest Day Open Thread: First week heroes

Giro Stage 9: Crono in Chianti

Brambilla Takes Stage 8; Goes into Pink

On the strade bianche of Tuscany, Brambilla attacked the break to take the pink jersey from the shoulders of Tom Dumoulin, who fell back on the stage/

No stopping Lotto - Greipel wins again

Stage 7 to Foligno looked like one of the few remaining chances for the sprinters and indeed the stage ended in a frantic sprint with André Greipel finishing off yet another day of hard work from Lotto-Soudal by refusing to be denied in the sprint. He squeezed past to take the stage ahead of Nizzolo and Modolo.

Giro Stage 7: Sprinters love Umbria

Giro Stage 5: Benvenuto a Benevento

Giro Restday Open thread: Grande Partenza or not?

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Giro stages 2 and 3, the view from Arnhem