The Giro d’Italia starts in Budapest on Friday and concludes with an individual time trial in Verona on 29 May. The 21-stage race travels a 3,446km (2,141 miles) route across flat sprinter-friendly days, time trials and gruelling mountain climbs. Here, BBC Sport looks at everything you need to know about the race. What’s the significance
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Pre-Giro d’Italia Takeaways: With less than 24 hours to go to the fist stage finish of the 2022 Giro d’Italia, Spencer Martin gives us ‘Choice of Contenders’ and how they might color the race action. Get into pink here… – This article is an excerpt from the Beyond the Peloton newsletter. Sign up here for
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After positive feedback from their stiffer Shimano-only X-Carboring EVO chainrings, the Italian weight weenies at  Carbon-Ti are bringing EVO tech carbon, titanium & aluminum upgrade rings to more cranks and ALL modern groupsets from Shimano, SRAM & Campagnolo. Plus, as more mountain bikes adopt the UDH standard, Carbon-Ti also has new lightweight thru-axles to upgrade
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BMC teamed up with Red Bull Advanced Technologies to develop their next-generation Speedmachine prototype, calling the new TT & Tri bike the “World’s Fastest Race Bike”. Set to debut this weekend at the delayed Ironman World Championships, this first true “Formula One-style” race bike includes many of the wind-cheating aero features we’ve seen on other
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Canyon’s latest prototype mountain bike answers the question of ‘How to make bikes more sustainable?’ with a wild 3D-printed aluminum truss frame & fork design in a Project:RideGreen exercise with German BIKE Magazin. The conceptual project takes a look at a new bike’s real lifetime environmental costs and the ability to realistically recycle individual elements
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