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Plaza rues missed opportunity at Prato Nevoso

Ruben Plaza (Israel Cycling Academy) threw everything he had at the Giro dItalias 18th stage on Thursday, infiltrating the days main breakaway and then surviving to be among the final three fighting for victory on the summit finish at the Prato Nevoso ski resort. The 38-year-old Spaniard came up just short of adding a Giro dItalia stage to his collection of Grand Tour stage wins, however, finishing second to winner Maximillian Schachmann (Quick-Step Floors) with a gritty performance that saw hi...


Giro d'Italia stage 19: The hardest part is still to come

As the Giro dItalia gruppo pedalled towards Prato Nevoso on Thursday afternoon, the eye will have been drawn by the snow-capped peaks that loomed imposingly on the horizon beyond the days finishing climb. They seemed to serve as a tacit reminder: no matter what happens here, the hardest part is still to come. In the end, the ascent of Prato Nevoso on stage 18 tightened the margins of this Giro in a way that few could have anticipated. It was expected to be the most straightforward of the races ...


Pozzovivo's confidence grows as Giro d'Italia's big mountain stages loom large

Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) coughed hard and deep as he tried to recover from his huge effort to finish with Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) on the Prato Nevoso finish at the end of the Giro dItalias stage 18, but he was happy to have gained a few seconds on Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and show that he can more than hold his own in the fight for the final podium places. Pozzovivo leads the Italian hopes in the Giro dItalia after the demise of Fabio Aru (UAE Tea...


Tom Dumoulin: I thought, 'That's nice, finally a moment of weakness'

For two weeks, Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) and the Giro dItalia gruppo had laboured under the growing impression that Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) simply could not be defeated when the road climbed. For two weeks, on every manner of mountain and hill that Italy has to offer, the maglia rosa was impassive of face and light of foot, his lead seemingly impregnable. In the space of two kilometres near the summit of Prato Nevoso, however, Dumoulin put an altogether different complexion on the race ...


Chris Froome: The race is still on

Chris Froome was forced to ride on the defensive for much of the Giro dItalia after his crash before the opening time trial in Jerusalem, but the Team Sky leader appeared to be back to his Grand Tour best on the fast climb to Prato Nevoso at the end of stage 18, gaining 28 seconds on race leader Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott). Froome is targeting Domenico Pozzovivos podium place as his first goal, and the Italian for Bahrain-Merida is only 39 seconds ahead of him. But Froome appears to have fou...


Giro d'Italia: Yates tries to paper over the cracks after losing time to Dumoulin

Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) showed a first sign of weakness at the 2018 Giro dItalia on Thursday, losing time to Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb), Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) and Chris Froome (Team Sky) on the fast finish to Prato Nevoso. He tried hard to paper over cracks in his defence of the maglia rosa, insisting it was just a bad day and that the multiple mountain stages to Bardonecchia and Cervinia suit him much more. However, Dumoulin is just 28 seconds down on the Briton and he got...


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Plaza rues missed opportunity at Prato Nevoso

Ruben Plaza (Israel Cycling Academy) threw everything he had at the Giro dItalias 18th stage on Thursday, infiltrating the days main breakaway and then surviving to be among the final three fighting for victory on the summit finish at the Prato Nevoso ski resort. The 38-year-old Spaniard came up just short of adding a Giro dItalia stage to his collection of Grand Tour stage wins, however, finishing second to winner Maximillian Schachmann (Quick-Step Floors) with a gritty performance that saw hi...


Giro d'Italia stage 19: The hardest part is still to come

As the Giro dItalia gruppo pedalled towards Prato Nevoso on Thursday afternoon, the eye will have been drawn by the snow-capped peaks that loomed imposingly on the horizon beyond the days finishing climb. They seemed to serve as a tacit reminder: no matter what happens here, the hardest part is still to come. In the end, the ascent of Prato Nevoso on stage 18 tightened the margins of this Giro in a way that few could have anticipated. It was expected to be the most straightforward of the races ...


Pozzovivo's confidence grows as Giro d'Italia's big mountain stages loom large

Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) coughed hard and deep as he tried to recover from his huge effort to finish with Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) on the Prato Nevoso finish at the end of the Giro dItalias stage 18, but he was happy to have gained a few seconds on Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and show that he can more than hold his own in the fight for the final podium places. Pozzovivo leads the Italian hopes in the Giro dItalia after the demise of Fabio Aru (UAE Tea...


Tom Dumoulin: I thought, 'That's nice, finally a moment of weakness'

For two weeks, Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) and the Giro dItalia gruppo had laboured under the growing impression that Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) simply could not be defeated when the road climbed. For two weeks, on every manner of mountain and hill that Italy has to offer, the maglia rosa was impassive of face and light of foot, his lead seemingly impregnable. In the space of two kilometres near the summit of Prato Nevoso, however, Dumoulin put an altogether different complexion on the race ...


Chris Froome: The race is still on

Chris Froome was forced to ride on the defensive for much of the Giro dItalia after his crash before the opening time trial in Jerusalem, but the Team Sky leader appeared to be back to his Grand Tour best on the fast climb to Prato Nevoso at the end of stage 18, gaining 28 seconds on race leader Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott). Froome is targeting Domenico Pozzovivos podium place as his first goal, and the Italian for Bahrain-Merida is only 39 seconds ahead of him. But Froome appears to have fou...


Giro d'Italia: Yates tries to paper over the cracks after losing time to Dumoulin

Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) showed a first sign of weakness at the 2018 Giro dItalia on Thursday, losing time to Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb), Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) and Chris Froome (Team Sky) on the fast finish to Prato Nevoso. He tried hard to paper over cracks in his defence of the maglia rosa, insisting it was just a bad day and that the multiple mountain stages to Bardonecchia and Cervinia suit him much more. However, Dumoulin is just 28 seconds down on the Briton and he got...


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Item description: This Cycling Bell Sports product is by Bell Sports - PROTECT YOUR LITTLE STUD. Bell's children's Sidetrack Helmet brings the extended rear coverage of the mommy- and daddy-sized Stoker to growing groms. The In-Mold shell fuses the polycarbonate outer portion to the EPS foam body in the same way, too, because Bell recognizes that a parent likely cares more about their child's safety than they do about their own. The ErgoDial fit system and PinchGuard buckle are equally dedicated to young rider protection, ensuring a proper fit and reducing discomfort caused by abrasive buckles.FEATURES Shell Material: In-Mold polycarbonate Impact Foam: EPS Ventilation: 15 vents Fit Adjustment: ErgoDial Visor: yes... Learn More

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