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Classic lines, swooping styles and to iconic colourways, regardless of what you’re in the market for the Italians certainly have a knack for designing stylish cycling gear. Shop our curated selection below, or scroll down to learn more about the Giro d'Italia.

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Giro did you know?

Once upon a time, there was a battle for a black jersey in the Giro. The 'maglia nera' was 'awarded' to the rider who had accumulated the highest amount of time in the saddle and finished in the last place. The classification was introduced in 1946 but quickly removed in 1951 as some riders would deliberately waste time to claim the prized jersey. The jersey was won twice by Luigi Malabrocca, and the last wearer was Giovanni Pinarello (yes, that Pinarello).

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Giro did you know?

Each year the “Cima Coppi” is declared and represents the highest point of the Giro. The title pays tribute to Fausto Coppi, the great Italian climber who won the Giro five times. The Cima Coppi has been a part of the Giro since 1965 and in 2018 was at the top of the Colle delle Finestre (2,178m) where Chris Froome (Team Ineos) took the honours as the first man over.

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Much loved Italian Marco Pantani was the last rider to win the Giro d'Italia / Tour de France double in 1998, a feat that many have since tried but failed.

Giro d’Italia 2019 – What to Know
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Giro d’Italia 2019 – What to Know

With the Giro d'Italia set to kick off this weekend, we take you through the history of the race and riders to watch in this year's edition...

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Your guide to the 2018 Giro d’Italia
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Your guide to the 2018 Giro d’Italia

Ahead of the 101st edition of the “Corsa Rosa”, here’s your in-depth preview to the most important stages, the riders to watch, and more...

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Selle SMP Kryt3 Criterium Saddle Review
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Selle SMP Kryt3 Criterium Saddle Review

Italian saddle specialists SMP have released a new criterium specific saddle, the Kryt3. We hit some crits to see if it indeed does what it claims...

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New 2019 Campagnolo Record 12-Speed Groupsets — Ten Things to Know
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New 2019 Campagnolo Record 12-Speed Groupsets — Ten Things to Know

The 12-speed revolution has arrived with Campagnolo launching two all-new mechanical groupsets for the road...

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De Rosa Pininfarina SK Disc Aero Road Bike Review
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De Rosa Pininfarina SK Disc Aero Road Bike Review

Supercar styling, superbike build kit and a pricetag to match. In this review, we're hands on with the stylish De Rosa SK Pininfarina Disc aero bike...

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