Gallery: A side of the Giro d’Italia you didn’t see on TV

by Iain Treloar

photography by Cor Vos and the Grubers


Across a thrilling three weeks, from the coast of Emilia Romagna to the peaks of the Dolomites, the Giro d’Italia revealed again why it is one of cycling’s most beloved – and beautiful – races.

The race was book-ended by time-trial victories from Filippo Ganna, and across the three weeks showcased a stunning return to form for Egan Bernal, a crowd-pleasing second place for underdog Italian Damiano Caruso, numerous breakthrough stage wins for riders, and the full spectrum of weather conditions.

The gaze of the cycling world will now move on to the Dauphine, Romandie, the Tour. But before we bid farewell to Italy, let’s take a behind-the-scenes look back at the Giro d’Italia.

The photos you see below come courtesy of Jered and Ashley Gruber, and Cor Vos.

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