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Giro Di PEZ: Presolana Roadside!

"Savol is doing a trojan's work, gap is now 1-32 to gruppo Bert - wait - ! Di Luca gone alone now - Savol blown -." We're atop of the Passo della Presolana and Richard is watching the action on Cycling.TV, and emailing us from PEZ HQ to my the Black Berry.

Giro Talk: Riders Predict Stage 19

"Three days of truth as we await the attacks on Contador." So says the Gazzetta. And the wait was worth it as the Giro GC battle exploded with the kind of attacks the tofosi & historians love - ! We got ourselves down to the start to see what the guys on the ground had to say.

PEZ Giro Talk With Cummings And Deignan!

On the day of the Plan de Corones we caught up with a couple of riders who are always happy to talk to PEZ and got their thoughts on the show so far. Ed Hood spoke with Barloworld's Steve Cummings and AG2R's Phillip Deignan to get their ideas on the show so far.

Giro Di PEZ: Another Day At The Giro?

Thursday – stage 18 – Mendrisio to Varese and the finishing laps of the 2008 World’s circuit. The final gc battle begins again tomorrow, but there’s still 147km of hills and racing to get through now. It was another day at the office for the GC boys, but for us - it was another day at the Giro!

Giro Di PEZ: Finding Cav

It’s back to work at the Giro d’Italia, and the valiant PEZ Crew hit the road early to take in the start, the finish, and all points in between on today’s 17th tappa to Switzerland – plus have a quick chat with Team High Road’s Mark Cavendish.

Giro di PEZ: Giorno di Riposo

It’s the last day of rest before the final chase to Milano, but the car trip to tomorrow’s stage start is a long one. Good thing the sun is shining and the countryside is gorgeous… here’s how the day looked to us.

Giro di PEZ: Nowhere To Go But Up

Another day in the Trentino region of northern Italy and we’re getting used to the views and car service – it’s the endless up & down of traversing the Dolomiti that makes life on a schedule more challenging. We’re at the northern most point of this year’s Giro for today’s uber-steep and graveled TT up the Plan de Corones climb…

Giro di PEZ: Up Down Up Down Up Down

Arabba, kilometre zero and the Passa Pordoi starts NOW. Welcome to the Queen Stage of the 2008 Giro, "only" 153 kilometres but five passes - the Pordoi, San Pellegrino, Giau, Falzarego and the Marmolada. You maybe won't win the Giro today, but you could sure lose it, and we drove 148 of those kms ahead of the race for a closer look…