From Malè (the city of astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti) to Cles, the route of the Giro del Trentino’s last stage goes on the roads of the last National Championships won by Vincenzo Nibali, and pays a tribute to Marco Brentari.
Giro del Trentino on display in Turin; Cadel Evans jersey at Sports Museum. 38th Giro del Trentino winner’s leader jersey donated to the Museum set up by Onorato Arisi.
Apr 28, 2014 - It’s been a good last few days for Australia and the Isle of Man with Cadel Evans winning in Trentino, Simon Gerrans in Liège and Mark Cavendish in Turkey, but not so good for Ireland. We have all the video, reports and rider quotes, plus: No Vuelta a Asturias, a preview of the Tour de Romandie, Sky team to the Giro and that crash of Dan Martin. A packed EuroTrash Monday!
The 38th edition gets started with Riva-Arco Team Time Trial: plenty of climbs and of hopes for a top-class field, including two former Tour de France winners.
A few weeks are left, and it will be Giro d’Italia again for Team Colombia, but it’s still too early to pack luggage for Northern Ireland. Ahead of Belfast, more important fixtures expect Claudio Corti’s riders – way too prestigious to be a mere setup to the first Grand Tour of the season.
The Giro del Trentino will be a final opportunity to sharpen form and make final preparations for the Giro d'Italia, BMC Racing Team Sport Director Fabio Baldato said.
Giro del Trentino's 38th edition (April 22-25) will be in the spotlight to start with the pre-race media conference on Monday in Arco. New Italian National Team Manager Davide Cassani to be honored with “Ciclismo Vita Mia” award.
As usual, Giro del Trentino will be suitable for riders, that will fight on climbs from 22 to 25 April.
A high-class, tough and spectacular race goes on stage in one-week time: another outstanding success is expected for Giro del Trentino’s 38th edition (from 22nd to 25th of April), once again gathering a strong international field, and now embracing eco-friendly goals with “green” areas set up at any feed zone to safeguard the area’s beautiful landscapes. The event, a Giro d’Italia in miniature, has been officially unveiled today in Trento.
16 teams enrolled, Team Sky replaces Richie Porte. Five Grand Tour winners at the start, including Horner and Evans, challenging Colombian climbers (in wait of Nairo Quintana).
All details of the 38th edition will be unveiled on Monday 14th at 11:30 am CET in Trento. Official routes and timetables now available on the race’s website.
Besides San Giacomo di Brentonico and Roncone ascents, the organizers picked up Charly Gaul’s legendary mountain to celebrate Aldo Moser’s 80th birthday.
2011 Tour de France winner will be back on Trentino’s roads to prepare a new assault at the “maglia rosa”. After Team Sky’s Richie Porte an another Australian big name will be at the start of Giro del Trentino.
Another tough challenge up to Roncone: Adrenaline to be Giro del Trentino byword.
After Punta Veleno and Sega di Ala, GS Alto Garda organizers discovered another unknown ascent: San Giacomo climb will provide an exciting 11,5 Km battlefield with gradients over 10%.
Once Trento Province board has been renewed, the organizers are in process to speed up the course’s fine tuning: Riva del Garda–Arco will be the TTT opening stage, same as in 2012. Australian Richie Porte (Team Sky) stands out among the main protagonists meanwhile.
In an edition looking destined to be remembered for long, ended on April 19th with an outstanding win by Vincenzo Nibali, the 37th Giro del Trentino enjoyed a huge media success. The race was watched by about 6 million people in Europe alone over 27 hours of TV coverage (live and delayed) provided by Raisport and Eurosport. Other area’s figures will become available soon.