Rabobank’s Lars Boom defended his Saturday lead in order to win the overall.
Russian Denis Menchov (Rabobank) takes the overall Giro victory after the Time Trial in Rome, Ignatas Konovalovas (Cerv?lo TestTeam) takes stage win.
The general classification is unchanged in the second last stage paving the way for the final Time Trial in Rome.
In a curvy and challenging uphill finish, Sastre (Cerv?lo TestTeam) puts his head down and takes a solo victory.
The new Ritchey wheelsets include the WCS Hubs and new carbon and vanadium alloy rims.
Bozic takes stage 2, Aussie Graham Brown is third while McEwen also with fractured tibia.
Menchov is questioned regarding doping, Horner with serious injury and Malacarne out of the race.
The ACCC has announced a recall for 8 Norco MTB models which can develop hazardous cracks around the headset and top/down tube
Schwalbe have released an urgent notice that some defect Ultremo "R" tyres can be dangerous and should be returned.
In stage 2 of the Tour of Belgium, McEwen crashes and has a serious knee injury
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