Friday, May 31, 2013

Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Celebration in Vicenza


On May 22nd , Campagnolo celebrated its "first" 80 years of history with an event hosted at the headquarters of Vicenza.

A fantastic journey through the history and Campagnolo products, accompanied by Beppe Conti and testimonies and stories of the biggest myths of cycling.

Indurain, Adorni, Merckx, Gimondi

Guests of the day included Alfredo Martini with his magical stories, Vittorio Adorni, Jan Janssen, Eddy Merckx, Francesco Moser, Greg Lemond, Miguel Indurain, Alex Zanardi and Fabrizio Macchi.

A parade of champions called to pay tribute to the inventiveness of Campagnolo, undisputed brand in the world of cycling.

But the day was rounded off with an exciting tour inside the factory where the participants were able to admire the details and workmanship of our products, the know-how learned in many years of passion and dedication.

We thank the celebrities, friends and all the guests for having shared with us an exciting day but also an important milestone for all that Campagnolo is.

One and half hour video of the celebration:


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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Cycling Museums in Italy

The new location of the Museo Alfredo Binda, in Cittiglio (Varese), was inaugurated this weekend.  It is now located in the first floor of the railroad station which is located on the Piazza Alfredo Binda.

Please contact me with any additions, or corrections. Photos of visits welcome.


Museo del Ciclismo Madonna del Ghisallo,
Via Gino Bartali, 4
22030 Magreglio (CO)




Ciclo Museo "Gino Bartali"
Via Chiantigiana, 175,
50126 Ponte a Ema, Firenze





Museo del Ciclismo Toni Pessot
Via Trieste,
Caneva
Shown: Pink Jersey of Anquetil, WC jersey of Rik van Looy,1960





Museo dei Campionissimi a Novi Ligure
Viale dei Campionissimi,
15067 Novi Ligure (AL)
http://www.museodeicampionissimi.it/home.php
Read about a visit here.




Museo Alfredo Binda
1st Floor of railroad station, Piazza Alfredo Binda
Cittiglio (Varese)





Colnago
Viale Brianza, 7/9
20040 Cambiago (MI)
http://www.colnago.com/
Colnago and its museum is not open to the general public, appointment required. Road Bike Action magazine published a good series of photos of the museum here.






Museo Storico della Bicicletta, Toni Bevilaqua (Collezione Sanvido)
Via Grei 6, Contrada Anquetil
Cesiomaggiore (Belluno)
http://www.museostoricodellabicicletta.it/




Museo de Falegname Tino Sano
Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 6
Almenno San Bartolomeo (Bergamo)
note: Felice Gimondi items





Museo Nicolis
via Postumia
Villafrance di Verona (VR)
This museum has automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles and mechanical instruments. A visitor wrote, "this is the most complete representation of the evolution of the bicycle that you’re likely to find anywhere."




The Coppi Home at Castellania
Castellania, Alessandria (Piedmont)
The home to the Coppi brothers has been restored and is open on holidays and Saturdays (best to call 339.0143-744907 in advance). In addition to the home there is a documentation center, mausoleum and small museum.




Museo della Bicicletta "GIANNETTO CIMURRI"
Via Porta Brennone, 17
42100 Reggio Emilia
tel. 0522-454228 - 438622
Open to the public by appointment. The collection is based on items collected by Giannetto Cimurri who was a masseuse for many champions. He was present at 8 Olympics and 40 Giro d'Italias. The museum has 135 bicycles, including bikes belonging to Girardengo, Coppi, Bartali, Gimondi, Moser.
Photo: Bianchi used at the 1953 World Championships in Lugano by Coppi is among the bikes at the museum.




Museo del Ciclismo Colle del Gallo
Santuario Madonna dei Ciclisti - Colle del Gallo
24060 Gaverina Terme (BG)
tel. 035-814269 - 810154
Contact: Alessandro Mazzoleni
The museum was inaugurated during the 1998 Giro d'Italia del 1998 and has been collecting bicycles, jerseys, and memorobilia through contributiuons.





Spazio Pantani
Via Cecchini 2
47042 - Cesenatico
tel. 0547-672886
Multi-media museum in the birthplace town of Marco Pantani. The museum contains exhibition of photos, bikes, memorabilia and audiovisual materials. More details here.




Museo del Ciclismo 'Alto Livenza'
Casa Gaia Da Camino
Via Businello, 2
31019 Portobuffolé (TV)
tel. 0422-850088 - fax 0434-780874
Racing bicycles, jerseys and other cycling memorabilia located on two floors of 14th century Renaissance building. More details here.




Museo del Ciclismo "Learco Guerra" (located within the Museo Tazio Nuvolari)
Piazza Broletto, 9
46100 Mantova (MN)
Among the highlights of the collection is the first pink jersey in the history of the Giro d'Italia, the rainbow jersey of World Champion, the yellow jersey of the Tour de France, and the tricolor Italian national championship jersey. There are also trophies, photographs, memorabilia and bicycles. One of the bikes is a MAINO that Guerra used to win Milan-Sanremo in 1933 and the Giro d'Italia the following year. More details here.
Note: as of January 11, 2010, the museum had been cloased since December 1, 2008, due to restoration of the palazzo. To contact the Museum staff please write to their e-mail address: info AT tazionuvolari.it, or contact Automobile Club Mantova, piazza 80° Fanteria, 13- 46100 Mantova (tel +39 0376 325691).





Bottega Museo di Ranieri Rossi,
Cicli f.lli Rossi,
Via Roma, 1
Siena
Private museum but open to the public. Museum contains diligently preserved equipment, tools, bicycles, parts and accessories. The collection also includes a substantial collection of books and vintage magazines. Reservations for the museum can be made by calling 349 5263212 or by email (see here).






Museo della Bicicletta di Bra (Cuneo)
Corso Monviso n° 25
Bra (Cuneo)
Museum opened in 2010. To visit contact: Luciano Cravero, tel. 333.6567315




Museo Moser
Maso Villa Warth,
Via Castel di Gardolo 5,
I-38121 Trento (TN)
See video of museum and background information in this blog entry: Museo Moser
website: www.cantinemoser.com for contact information

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Cycling Museum in Italy

The new location of the Museo Alfredo Binda, in Cittiglio (Varese), was inaugurated this weekend.  It is now located in the first floor of the railroad station which is located on the Piazza Alfredo Binda.

Please contact me with any additions, or corrections. Photos of visits welcome.


Museo del Ciclismo Madonna del Ghisallo,
Via Gino Bartali, 4
22030 Magreglio (CO)




Ciclo Museo "Gino Bartali"
Via Chiantigiana, 175,
50126 Ponte a Ema, Firenze





Museo del Ciclismo Toni Pessot
Via Trieste,
Caneva
Shown: Pink Jersey of Anquetil, WC jersey of Rik van Looy,1960





Museo dei Campionissimi a Novi Ligure
Viale dei Campionissimi,
15067 Novi Ligure (AL)
http://www.museodeicampionissimi.it/home.php
Read about a visit here.



Museo Alfredo Binda
1st Floor of railroad station, Piazza Alfredo Binda
Cittiglio (Varese)





Colnago
Viale Brianza, 7/9
20040 Cambiago (MI)
http://www.colnago.com/
Colnago and its museum is not open to the general public, appointment required.






Museo Storico della Bicicletta, Toni Bevilaqua (Collezione Sanvido)
Via Grei 6, Contrada Anquetil
Cesiomaggiore (Belluno)
http://www.museostoricodellabicicletta.it/




Museo de Falegname Tino Sano
Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 6
Almenno San Bartolomeo (Bergamo)
note: Felice Gimondi items





Museo Nicolis
via Postumia
Villafrance di Verona (VR)
This museum has automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles and mechanical instruments. A visitor wrote, "this is the most complete representation of the evolution of the bicycle that you’re likely to find anywhere."




The Coppi Home at Castellania
Castellania, Alessandria (Piedmont)
The home to the Coppi brothers has been restored and is open on holidays and Saturdays (best to call 339.0143-744907 in advance). In addition to the home there is a documentation center, mausoleum and small museum.




Museo della Bicicletta "GIANNETTO CIMURRI"
Via Porta Brennone, 17
42100 Reggio Emilia
tel. 0522-454228 - 438622
Open to the public by appointment. The collection is based on items collected by Giannetto Cimurri who was a masseuse for many champions. He was present at 8 Olympics and 40 Giro d'Italias. The museum has 135 bicycles, including bikes belonging to Girardengo, Coppi, Bartali, Gimondi, Moser.
Photo: Bianchi used at the 1953 World Championships in Lugano by Coppi is among the bikes at the museum.




Museo del Ciclismo Colle del Gallo
Santuario Madonna dei Ciclisti - Colle del Gallo
24060 Gaverina Terme (BG)
tel. 035-814269 - 810154
Contact: Alessandro Mazzoleni
The museum was inaugurated during the 1998 Giro d'Italia del 1998 and has been collecting bicycles, jerseys, and memorobilia through contributiuons.





Spazio Pantani
Via Cecchini 2
47042 - Cesenatico
tel. 0547-672886
Multi-media museum in the birthplace town of Marco Pantani. The museum contains exhibition of photos, bikes, memorabilia and audiovisual materials. More details here.




Museo del Ciclismo 'Alto Livenza'
Casa Gaia Da Camino
Via Businello, 2
31019 Portobuffolé (TV)
tel. 0422-850088 - fax 0434-780874
Racing bicycles, jerseys and other cycling memorabilia located on two floors of 14th century Renaissance building. More details here.




Museo del Ciclismo "Learco Guerra" (located within the Museo Tazio Nuvolari)
Piazza Broletto, 9
46100 Mantova (MN)
Among the highlights of the collection is the first pink jersey in the history of the Giro d'Italia, the rainbow jersey of World Champion, the yellow jersey of the Tour de France, and the tricolor Italian national championship jersey. There are also trophies, photographs, memorabilia and bicycles. One of the bikes is a MAINO that Guerra used to win Milan-Sanremo in 1933 and the Giro d'Italia the following year. More details here.
Note: as of January 11, 2010, the museum had been cloased since December 1, 2008, due to restoration of the palazzo. To contact the Museum staff please write to their e-mail address: info AT tazionuvolari.it, or contact Automobile Club Mantova, piazza 80° Fanteria, 13- 46100 Mantova (tel +39 0376 325691).





Bottega Museo di Ranieri Rossi,
Cicli f.lli Rossi,
Via Roma, 1
Siena
Private museum but open to the public. Museum contains diligently preserved equipment, tools, bicycles, parts and accessories. The collection also includes a substantial collection of books and vintage magazines. Reservations for the museum can be made by calling 349 5263212 or by email (see here).






Museo della Bicicletta di Bra (Cuneo)
Corso Monviso n° 25
Bra (Cuneo)
Museum opened in 2010. To visit contact: Luciano Cravero, tel. 333.6567315




Museo Moser
Maso Villa Warth,
Via Castel di Gardolo 5,
I-38121 Trento (TN)
See video of museum and background information in this blog entry: Museo Moser
website: www.cantinemoser.com for contact information

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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

A Team's Logistics at the Giro d'Italia

Team Lampre-Merida discussed what is involved in the organizational support of a World Tour team at the 2013 Giro d'Italia:

-24 people: 9 riders, 1 general manager, 2 sport directors, 1 doctor, 5 masseurs, 3 mechanics, 1 driver, 2 communication managers.


-the automotive crew had 1 bus, 1 truck, 2 vans and 5 cars. They travelled a lot, covering many kilometers: one team car covered 6,000 km, the same distance as from Milano to Tashkent, Uzbekistan, home of former Lampre rider Abdujaparov.

-on the team truck there were 56 Merida bikes:for each cyclist there were 2 Reacto Evo frames, 2 Scultura frames, 2 TT Warp frames. For Scarponi and Niemiec, there was one additional Scultura frame.

-the wheelsets that the mechanics had prepared set before the start were 75 (pairs), all with tubular tires mounted; in addition to which there were 90 extra tubular tires available.

-mechanics used 40 boxes of brake pads and 50 chains, each of 135 cm of length for a total of 67.5 meters.

-auto vehicles, bikes and mechanical parts were clean and shining thanks to use of the washing liquid "Chante Clair": 100 bottles used during the Giro.

-masseurs prepared sandwiches using 470 meters of aluminum foil and they used 2,000 bottles, for a total of 100 liters of liquid, a large part of which was for hot tea.

-Lampre-Merida sent 170 tweets during the race to 10,600 followers, and 170 posts to Facebook to 10,800 followers. 

Photo: Bettini for Team Lampre-Merida

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

2013 Giro d'Italia: The Numbers of the 96th Edition

A truly epic edition of the Giro d’Italia has just drawn to a close. This was the 96th running of the race, and one of the most successful in history.

During the 21 days of racing, the Giro crossed 17 regions, more than 500 municipalities, and covered 3341.8 km. The race was broadcast daily in 174 countries, with millions of people on the streets and in front of a passionate audience throughout the race.

It was a journey that has touched the beautiful scenery, culture and history throughout Italy, from Naples to Brescia via Ischia, Amalfi Coast and Cilento, Matera with its famous Sassi, Florence – the home of the next World Cup, Busseto for the Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi and then into France on the legendary Col du Galibier, Vicenza with the Palladio and the Dolomites with the epic stage of Tre Cime di Lavaredo, just to name a few.

Here is a summary of the numbers of the Giro, 2013:

• Athletes: 207 riders from 23 teams (168 started the final stage) and of 30 different nationalities. The first Chinese and the first Greek athletes to participate in the Giro did so this year, and 5 different riders wore the pink jersey.

• Sponsors: 29 partners have contributed to the success of the Giro, tying their brand with this legendary edition of the Corsa Rosa. Most of all, Balocco who sponsor the Maglia Rosa, and the other sponsors of the main classifications: Blue - Banca Mediolanum, Red - Italo, White - F.lli Orsero and Estathé – the winner of the stage.

• The media: the press office gave accreditation to 1,595 media professionals, including 1,132 journalists and 463 photographers representing 1,076 international, national and local media. The focus was to get into the breaking news on the main news cycle at national and international level.

• Television: For the first time the Giro d’Italia was produced in HD, with a great effort by Rai who played the role of Host Broadcaster and allowed the images of the Corsa Rosa to be shown in 174 countries, on five continents:

• Europe - Eurosport visible in 70 countries across Europe and Asia Pacific, in Belgium the Flemish VRT channel, NOS in the Netherlands, SRG SSR in Switzerland, TV2 in Denmark, Spain from the circuit Forte (EITB Euskal Telebista in the Basque Country, TV3 in Catalonia, Galicia TVG Televisión de Galicia, Asturias TPA), Sky Sports in the UK, Sweden and Germany with SVT Sport with A (ARD & ZDF). The channel beIN Sports has broadcast the Giro exclusively in France and in the United States of America.

• Africa - the coverage was broadcast by Supersport, while in the Middle East by Al Jazeera.

• America - English-speaking Canada was covered by Sportsnet, while French-speaking Canada by Réseau des Sports (RDS). In Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and El Salvador, the Giro was broadcast by Televisa Deportes Network (TDN). In South America, Sur ESPN and ESPN Brasil sent both the direct and the highlights.

• Asia - the Giro was broadcast on Eurosport Asia Pacific Asia and Al Jazeera in the Middle East. For the first time it was shown in China through the national sports channel CCTV5. J Sports (Japan), Six Sony TV (India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan) and True Visions (Thailand) broadcast the event. In Kazakhstan, Khabar TV broadcast the Giro d’Italia.

• Oceania - Australia's SBS channel has confirmed the great viewing figures of the Corsa Rosa in their broadcasts of the race.

All the major Italian broadcasters and many foreign ones have followed the event with their crews (Eurosport, TV2 Denmark, SRG SSR, VRT, beIN Sport, SBS, Sky Sports UK, CCTV and BBC Radio 5).

The television audience in Italy on RAI and Eurosport, have increased, testament to the quality of the product, the high level of the participants and the beauty of the route.

The stage of the Col du Galibier saw the audience peak, recorded at 17:42 with 3.9 million viewers on Rai 3 and over 4 million when adding those of RAI Sport 1. As for the rest of the world, the audience figures will be known shortly.

The Fans on Social Media

Facebook:
• 350,000 fans on the official page.
• Each post has been viewed by an average of 180,000 people.
• The most popular post: 450,000 views, 12,000 "likes" and more than 5,000 shares.

Twitter:
• More than 170,000 followers on the official profile.

Google+:
• 100,000 followers on the official page.
• 4 exclusive Hangouts with the winners of the stage and the pink jersey.

YouTube:
• Nearly 2 million views on the official channel.
• 15,000 registered subscribers on the official channel.

• The App and the Web

APP
• Total new downloads, 2013: 122,878 vs. 116,216 in 2012.
• Page views average per day: 504,000 (+48% vs 2012) and average daily unique users per day: 38,000 (+34% vs 2012).
• App of the Giro d’Italia, available for iOS, Android and Windows8 (Phone and Tablet).
• 180,000 App installed and updated.

WEB
• The most interesting is the increase in number of pages viewed daily on the official website of the Giro (http://www.gazzetta.it/Giroditalia/2013; +50% compared to 2012 and amounted to 1,437,422).

See you in Ireland in 2014 where, on Saturday 10 May, the Giro d’Italia starts again.



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In Search of CAMILOTTO Frames

Mario Camilotto working at Cinelli
Mario Camilotto, a highly regarded framebuilder, also built Cinelli Super Corsa frames in the 1988 to 1991 period. He learned his craft from Pogliaghi.

Later he went on to build approximately 400 frames under his own name.

A registry has been started by him to identify the owners of these frames today; only five have been registered as of now. The registry is at www.mariocamilotto.com.

If you have a Camilotto '80 frame/bike, please contact mario.camilotto@gmail.com

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2013 Giro d'Italia, Stage 21 Results, Race Finish (con't)

Part I

Ten highlights of the 2013 Giro d'Italia (in Italian), promo precedes video:


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Sunday, May 26, 2013

2013 Giro d'Italia, Stage 21 Results, Race Finish


Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) has won the 96th Giro d’Italia, the first Sicilian to do so. His Astana team celebrated victory on the road soon after the start of today’s final stage at Riese Pio Decimo. The stage and the Giro overall finished in the city of Brescia, in a bunch sprint won by Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma - QuickStep), who won the first stage, the last stage, and three stages in between, at the 2013 Giro d’Italia.

Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), Maglia Rosa:
"Today has been a day of many emotions. It’s like the final day of the Tour: a long 200km stage, it was spectacular for the crowds along the road, it was inexplicable, incredible, and a great pleasure for me and all of cycling."

"I keep records of my training data, but I’m not very methodical. I don’t count the kilometers: I’m not a maniac about these things. I just try to work well, day after day. And that’s how I rode the Giro: I took it day by day, giving my best, and in the end I have realized my dream."

"I have never stopped being the way I am. I’ve always been like this. I’ve tried to better myself in recent years as a rider, but my character hasn’t changed: I try to be open and courteous to people, even if its hard when you’re racing every day."



Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma – QuickStep), Stage winner and Maglia Rossa:
"I’m addicted to winning, its simple. Since I was a child, in everything I did, it wasn’t enough to be the best I could be, I had to be the best of everyone. Then, when you have a team around you, dedicated to you, you have to give 100%. I’m paid good money and I have to win so, if someone comes along and beats me, I go home and work harder and come back faster."


Carlos Betancur (AG2R La Mondiale), Maglia Bianca:
"Since I started my season in Argentina, it has been a very good year for me. I’ve had some of the best results of my career, and I hope this Maglia Bianca is the start of even better things in the future. Even so, Urán is a rider with a great future, a great climber and fast against the clock, so I think he’ll probably beat me to becoming the first Colombian to win the Giro."


Stefano Pirazzi (Bardiani Valvole CSF Inox), Maglia Azzurra:
"My goal before the Giro was to win the white jersey. Unfortunately I couldn’t, but I‘m proud of winning this Maglia Azzurra, and of wearing it all the way from Florence."

More tomorrow....

Stage 21 highlights:


Final GC:
1 Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) Astana Pro Team 84:53:28
2 Rigoberto Uran Uran (Col) Sky Procycling 0:04:43
3 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team 0:05:52
4 Michele Scarponi (Ita) Lampre-Merida 0:06:48
5 Carlos Alberto Betancur Gomez (Col) Ag2R La Mondiale 0:07:28
6 Przemyslaw Niemiec (Pol) Lampre-Merida 0:07:43
7 Rafal Majka (Pol) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 0:08:09
8 Benat Intxausti Elorriaga (Spa) Movistar Team 0:10:26
9 Mauro Santambrogio (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 0:10:32
10 Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) Ag2R La Mondiale 0:10:59
11 Franco Pellizotti (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 0:11:35
12 Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 0:12:13
13 Yury Trofimov (Rus) Katusha 0:12:55
14 Tanel Kangert (Est) Astana Pro Team 0:12:57
15 Robert Kiserlovski (Cro) RadioShack Leopard 0:14:27
16 Sergio Luis Henao Montoya (Col) Sky Procycling 0:18:19
17 Wilco Kelderman (Ned) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 0:20:18
18 Darwin Atapuma Hurtado (Col) Colombia 0:28:56
19 Damiano Caruso (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 0:30:56
20 Francis Mourey (Fra) FDJ 0:32:22
21 Francis De Greef (Bel) Lotto Belisol 0:33:20
22 Egoi Martinez De Esteban (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 0:37:14
23 Diego Rosa (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 0:40:23
24 José Herrada Lopez (Spa) Movistar Team 0:40:34
25 Evgeny Petrov (Rus) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 0:41:54
26 Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 0:42:36
27 Jose Rodolfo Serpa Perez (Col) Lampre-Merida 0:44:17
28 Fabio Andres Duarte Arevalo (Col) Colombia 0:47:37
29 Rafael Valls Ferri (Spa) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 0:54:29
30 Ivan Santaromita (Ita) BMC Racing Team 0:56:52
31 Juan Manuel Garate (Spa) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 0:58:21
32 Hubert Dupont (Fra) Ag2R La Mondiale 1:02:05
33 Jorge Azanza Soto (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 1:07:21
34 Steve Morabito (Swi) BMC Racing Team 1:10:16
35 Giovanni Visconti (Ita) Movistar Team 1:10:47
36 Tiago Machado (Por) RadioShack Leopard 1:12:10
37 Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr) Sky Procycling 1:13:17
38 Pieter Weening (Ned) Orica-GreenEdge 1:17:18
39 Valerio Agnoli (Ita) Astana Pro Team 1:18:46
40 Petr Ignatenko (Rus) Katusha 1:20:46
41 Giampaolo Caruso (Ita) Katusha 1:22:00
42 Fabio Aru (Ita) Astana Pro Team 1:24:53
43 Fabio Felline (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 1:30:59
44 Stefano Pirazzi (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 1:33:42
45 Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez (Col) Androni Giocattoli 1:34:47
46 Jarlinson Pantano (Col) Colombia 1:35:37
47 Vladimir Karpets (Rus) Movistar Team 1:36:00
48 Stef Clement (Ned) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 1:38:38
49 Thomas Danielson (USA) Garmin-Sharp 1:39:17
50 Jackson Rodriguez (Ven) Androni Giocattoli 1:39:22
51 Ben Gastauer (Lux) Ag2R La Mondiale 1:40:31
52 Peter Stetina (USA) Garmin-Sharp 1:42:37
53 Thomas Damuseau (Fra) Team Argos-Shimano 1:42:54
54 Rob Ruijgh (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 1:44:41
55 Matteo Rabottini (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 1:44:44
56 Simone Stortoni (Ita) Lampre-Merida 1:47:10
57 Dario Cataldo (Ita) Sky Procycling 1:49:35
58 Emanuele Sella (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 1:52:02
59 Luca Paolini (Ita) Katusha 1:57:35
60 Christian Knees (Ger) Sky Procycling 1:59:02
61 Bruno Pires (Por) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 1:59:27
62 Michal Golas (Pol) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 2:03:06
63 Paul Martens (Ger) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 2:04:25
64 Gorka Verdugo Marcotegui (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 2:04:57
65 Vladimir Gusev (Rus) Katusha 2:05:07
66 Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi (Spa) Movistar Team 2:05:43
67 Paolo Longo Borghini (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 2:06:59
68 Kristijan Durasek (Cro) Lampre-Merida 2:08:02
69 Patrick Gretsch (Ger) Team Argos-Shimano 2:08:14
70 Eros Capecchi (Ita) Movistar Team 2:11:19
71 Francesco Manuel Bongiorno (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 2:12:04
72 Adam Hansen (Aus) Lotto Belisol 2:14:40
73 Salvatore Puccio (Ita) Sky Procycling 2:15:01
74 Jens Keukeleire (Bel) Orica-GreenEdge 2:16:21
75 Dominique Rollin (Can) FDJ 2:17:45
76 Marco Marcato (Ita) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 2:17:54
77 Serge Pauwels (Bel) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 2:20:10
78 Koen De Kort (Ned) Team Argos-Shimano 2:20:49
79 Leonardo Fabio Duque (Col) Colombia 2:21:24
80 Daniele Pietropolli (Ita) Lampre-Merida 2:21:51
81 Nelson Filipe Santos Simoes Oliveira (Por) RadioShack Leopard 2:25:34
82 Xabier Zandio Echaide (Spa) Sky Procycling 2:26:25
83 Frederik Veuchelen (Bel) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 2:31:39
84 Danilo Wyss (Swi) BMC Racing Team 2:32:56
85 Pablo Lastras Garcia (Spa) Movistar Team 2:33:46
86 Cristiano Salerno (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 2:34:25
87 Ramunas Navardauskas (Ltu) Garmin-Sharp 2:34:27
88 Alessandro Proni (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 2:36:35
89 Sonny Colbrelli (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 2:36:44
90 Fredrik Carl Wilhelm Kessiakoff (Swe) Astana Pro Team 2:37:04
91 Cayetano José Sarmiento Tunarrosa (Col) Cannondale Pro Cycling 2:37:50
92 Robert Vrecer (Slo) Euskaltel-Euskadi 2:38:43
93 Fabio Sabatini (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 2:40:29
94 Robinson Eduardo Chalapud Gomez (Col) Colombia 2:41:16
95 Lars Ytting Bak (Den) Lotto Belisol 2:42:00
96 Danilo Hondo (Ger) RadioShack Leopard 2:42:21
97 Rory Sutherland (Aus) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 2:44:50
98 Oscar Gatto (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 2:44:53
99 Paolo Tiralongo (Ita) Astana Pro Team 2:45:35
100 Manuele Boaro (Ita) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 2:46:42
101 Martijn Keizer (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 2:48:45
102 Stefano Locatelli (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 2:49:20
103 Pavel Brutt (Rus) Katusha 2:51:24
104 Gert Dockx (Bel) Lotto Belisol 2:52:14
105 Gianluca Brambilla (Ita) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 2:52:48
106 Andrey Zeits (Kaz) Astana Pro Team 2:52:59
107 Guillaume Bonnafond (Fra) Ag2R La Mondiale 2:53:09
108 Stefano Garzelli (Ita) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 2:53:18
109 Vicente Reynes Mimo (Spa) Lotto Belisol 2:54:12
110 Christian Vande Velde (USA) Garmin-Sharp 2:56:49
111 Dirk Bellemakers (Ned) Lotto Belisol 2:57:11
112 Tobias Ludvigsson (Swe) Team Argos-Shimano 2:57:42
113 Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 3:00:15
114 Alan Marangoni (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 3:00:24
115 Johan Le Bon (Fra) FDJ 3:00:57
116 Juan Jose Cobo Acebo (Spa) Movistar Team 3:01:32
117 Frederik Willems (Bel) Lotto Belisol 3:03:04
118 Matteo Trentin (Ita) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 3:03:23
119 Elia Viviani (Ita) Cannondale Pro Cycling 3:04:25
120 Filippo Pozzato (Ita) Lampre-Merida 3:05:27
121 Brett Lancaster (Aus) Orica-GreenEdge 3:06:56
122 George Bennett (NZl) RadioShack Leopard 3:07:01
123 Luka Mezgec (Slo) Team Argos-Shimano 3:10:39
124 Jérôme Pineau (Fra) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 3:12:42
125 Sacha Modolo (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 3:15:47
126 Mads Christensen (Den) Team Saxo-Tinkoff 3:17:16
127 Mark Cavendish (GBr) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 3:19:16
128 Cameron Wurf (Aus) Cannondale Pro Cycling 3:19:38
129 Albert Timmer (Ned) Team Argos-Shimano 3:19:44
130 Giacomo Nizzolo (Ita) RadioShack Leopard 3:19:54
131 Maarten Tjallingii (Ned) Blanco Pro Cycling Team 3:21:02
132 Julien Vermote (Bel) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 3:21:52
133 Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) RadioShack Leopard 3:21:56
134 Danny Pate (USA) Sky Procycling 3:23:47
135 Brian Bulgac (Ned) Lotto Belisol 3:25:33
136 Thomas Dekker (Ned) Garmin-Sharp 3:26:28
137 Nicola Boem (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 3:29:53
138 Edoardo Zardini (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 3:30:03
139 Marco Canola (Ita) Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox 3:33:22
140 Daniel Oss (Ita) BMC Racing Team 3:34:46
141 Robert Hunter (RSA) Garmin-Sharp 3:35:17
142 Luke Durbridge (Aus) Orica-GreenEdge 3:37:21
143 Christian Meier (Can) Orica-GreenEdge 3:37:26
144 Manuel Belletti (Ita) Ag2R La Mondiale 3:38:31
145 Ricardo Mestre (Por) Euskaltel-Euskadi 3:39:17
146 Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz) Astana Pro Team 3:40:15
147 Murilo Antonio Fischer (Bra) FDJ 3:40:46
148 Alex Dowsett (GBr) Movistar Team 3:40:57
149 Stephen Cummings (GBr) BMC Racing Team 3:44:28
150 Roberto Ferrari (Ita) Lampre-Merida 3:46:26
151 Giairo Ermeti (Ita) Androni Giocattoli 3:46:45
152 Ioannis Tamouridis (Gre) Euskaltel-Euskadi 3:47:23
153 Jesse Sergent (NZl) RadioShack Leopard 3:47:31
154 Svein Tuft (Can) Orica-GreenEdge 3:50:01
155 Maurits Lammertink (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 3:53:10
156 Kenny Dehaes (Bel) Lotto Belisol 3:57:40
157 Bert De Backer (Bel) Team Argos-Shimano 3:59:30
158 Willem Wauters (Bel) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 4:03:29
159 Iljo Keisse (Bel) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 4:04:57
160 Jens Mouris (Ned) Orica-GreenEdge 4:06:33
161 Pim Ligthart (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM Pro Cycling Team 4:06:50
162 Wilson Alexander Marentes Torres (Col) Colombia 4:10:25
163 Laurent Pichon (Fra) FDJ 4:13:50
164 Edwin Alcibiades Avila Vanegas (Col) Colombia 4:17:09
165 Rafael Andriato (Bra) Vini Fantini-Selle Italia 4:23:10
166 Miguel Minguez Ayala (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 4:24:54
167 Adam Blythe (GBr) BMC Racing Team 4:28:23
168 Davide Appollonio (Ita) Ag2R La Mondiale 4:28:36

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