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The best negroni bars in Italy are often discovered by accident, or when you least expect it. Early on in my 17 year career chasing the modern Giro d’Italia I began logging the best negronis, bars, and ristoranti as my travels took me to all corners of Italy. Here are 4 of the best negroni bars, places
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Aero Guru, Dan Bigham Interview: With the decisive Giro d’Italia time trial on Sunday, Ed Hood thought it would be a good idea to talk to a man who knows all about aerodynamics and the ‘race against the clock’ – Dan Bigham. Chrono specialist and aero guru. Aero specialist – Dan Bigham If you watched
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Giro d’Italia Stage 18: On what was expected to be a sprinter’s day, the break was allowed to ride away to contest its own race. After a brave attack from Remi Cavagna (Deceuninck – Quick-Step), it was Alberto Bettiol (EF Education-Nippo) who finished solo in Stradella for his first win in Italy. Egan Bernal (INEOS
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TOOLBOX: For shorter time trial efforts like the track kilometre, pacing with a fast start results in the fastest overall times. What about intervals? Should you pace them evenly or are there greater training benefits by pacing them with a fast start? Interval training for Wout Most cyclists understand the concept of high intensity interval
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Tom Boonen became a brand ambassador for La Passione at the beginning of this year. His career achievements include winning some 150 races, including six stage victories and a Green jersey at the Tour de France, two stages at the Vuelta a España, a World Championship, five E3 Harelbeke, four Paris-Roubaix, three Gent-Wevelgem, and three editions
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TOOLBOX: For shorter time trial efforts like the track kilometre, pacing with a fast start results in the fastest overall times. What about intervals? Should you pace them evenly or are there greater training benefits by pacing them with a fast start? Interval training for Wout Most cyclists understand the concept of high intensity interval
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Giro d’Italia Stage 15: The World hour record holder Victor Campenaerts won stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia in the Slovenian town of Gorizia. The Qhubeka Assos rider out-sprinted Oscar Riesebeek of Alpecin-Fenix on a wet day. Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) finished in the peloton to hold his pink jersey. The Grand Tour stage win
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