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Thank You Ireland: Best of PEZ’14

The 2014 Giro d'Italia's Irish sojourn came to a close after three stages and our own Gordan Cameron was on hand to take it all in with Marcel Kittel being the sorriest rider to leave after two awesome sprint victories. After crossing from the north into the land of bilingual roadsigns, Euros, and kilometers not miles, Gordan was also sorry to see the Giro return home.

Giro di PEZ’14: One Café, Two Pubs!

Roadside: The Giro's Grande Partenza was more than just a bike race swishing past. For Northern Ireland, it was a game changer, a chance to advertise a different side of a country. For Belfast especially, its reputation is like the scar-tissue covered legs of a crash-prone racer. Not pretty …

EuroTrash Thursday!

Jun 05, 2014 - The Giro has passed and now the Tour looms large on the horizon. The Tour de Luxembourg has started and we also preview the Critérium du Dauphiné, Zeeland Seaports and Luxembourg. In other cycling news: Spanish Pro’s strike, OPQS on the cobbles, FDJ.fr Tour team, some more Giro bits and loads more. A full EuroTrash bag Thursday.

Giro Lowdown: Bitter Sweet Victory

Race Analysis: With the Giro done and dusted Lee Rodgers takes a look back at the three weeks of racing and despite the great racing on show the debacle of the 'neutralized' descent of the Stelvio still leaves him with a bitter taste.

EuroTrash Giro Finalé Monday!

Jun 02, 2014 - Colombia has dominated the Giro d’Italia with first and second overall, young rider and mountains jerseys and we have all the best comments, reports and video from Italy. In other cycling news we round-up the Baloise Belgium Tour and the Bayern Rundfahrt. EuroTrash coffee time!

Giro di PEZ: Arrivederci from Gemona del Friuli

Roadside St. 21: The final day had arrived, the 2014 edition of the Giro was coming to an end. Although we only covered the last six 6 days, we have come away as complete fans. It is such a different event to either the Tour de France or the Tour Down Under. It’s Italian-ness is what sets it apart as unique.