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with this bycicle Gino Bartali won the “Giro d’Italia” in 1946

with this bycicle Gino Bartali won the “Giro d’Italia” in 1946

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.

"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving" - Albert Einstein. “I thought of that while riding my bicycle” – Einstein on Relativity

Gino Bartali at the Giro 1947

Gino Bartali at the Giro 1947

Giro d'Italia 1939. Giovanni Valetti (1913-1998), già vincitore nel 1938, si conferma anche nel 1939 al termine di un epico duello con Gino Bartali (1914-2000)

Giro d'Italia 1939. Giovanni Valetti (1913-1998), già vincitore nel 1938, si conferma anche nel 1939 al termine di un epico duello con Gino Bartali (1914-2000)

Italy remembers cycling champion who helped save Jews from the Nazis

Italy remembers cycling champion who helped save Jews from the Nazis

Gino Bartali was a road cyclist and Italian sports manager. Professional from 1934 to won three Tours of Italy 1937 and and two Tour de France as well as many other races from the thirties and fifties.

Charly Gaul, 1956 Giro D'Italia, Monte Bondone. -- I so miss the Giro. Please televise it in the US again or make it available for streaming. Please! The Tour of California sucks!

Retrofetish: Charly Gaul - The 1956 Giro d'Italia

Needing fresh Giro inspiration, Charly Gaul fit the bill. His ride on the Monte Bondone is what the word epic was made for.

How to pedal efficiently - Cycling Weekly

Gino Bartali changes gear in the 1948 Tour de France.How the Giro used to be won (video)

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Cycling Giro d'Italia / Tour of Italy 1962 during the stage Verona-Vicenza about 160 kilometers, the cyclists stop to fill with cool mountain water, Italy June 1967 their bottles at a fountain.

cadenced: The Man, Eddy Merckx in 1968, winning the first of his five Giro titles. Photo comes from Cycle Sport Magazine’s supplement Giro d’Italia: Scenic Images of the Race.

cadenced: The Man, Eddy Merckx in winning the first of his five Giro titles. Photo comes from Cycle Sport Magazine’s supplement Giro d’Italia: Scenic Images of the Race.

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