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Giro d'Italia 2010 scarponi di legno grigio

2010 Giro d'Italia

93rd edition: May 8 - May 30

Results, stages with running GC, maps, photos, stage profiles, startlist

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Start of stage listings with maps, results and running GC.

Results:Final GC|Stage 1|Stage 2|Stage 3|Rest Day 1|Stage 4|Stage 5|Stage 6|Stage 7|Stage 8|Stage 9|Stage 10|Stage 11|Stage 12|Stage 13|Stage 14|Stage 15|Rest Day 2|Stage 16|Stage 17|Stage 18|Stage 19|Stage 20|Stage 21|

2010 route presentation | List of teams invited | Start list with back numbers

 

Complete Final 2010 Giro d'Italia General Classification

  1. maglia rosaIvan Basso (Liquigas): 87hr 44min 1sec
  2. David Arroyo Duran (Caisse D’Epargne) @ 1min 51sec
  3. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 2min 37sec
  4. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocattoli) @ 2min 50sec
  5. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 3min 27sec
  6. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 7min 6sec
  7. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 7min 22sec
  8. Carlos Sastre (Cervélo) @ 9min 39sec
  9. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 14min 20sec
  10. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 14min 51sec
  11. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 17min 10sec
  12. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 19min 41sec
  13. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 23min 3sec
  14. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 25min 21sec
  15. Mauricio Alberto Ardila (Rabobank) @ 32min 29sec
  16. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 34min 49sec
  17. David Cioni Dario (Team Sky) @ 36min 44sec
  18. Steven Kruijswijk (Rabobank) @ 37min 27sec
  19. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 39min 43sec
  20. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) @ 45min 17sec
  21. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharam-Lotto) @ 50min 8sec
  22. Iban Mayoz (Footon-Servetto) @ 1hr 7sec 37sec
  23. Thomas Voeckler (Bouygues Telecom) @ 1hr 10min 16sec
  24. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 1hr 10min 55sec
  25. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 1hr 11min 10sec
  26. Daniel Moreno (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1hr 19min 31sec
  27. Chris Sorensen (Saxo) @ 1hr 19min 34sec
  28. Yury Trofimov (Bouygues Telecom) @ 1hr 19min 58sec
  29. Charles Wegelius (Omega Phartma-Lotto) @ 1hr 20min 5sec
  30. José Rodolfo Serpa (Androni Giocatolli) @ 1hr 24min 28sec
  31. Evgeni Petrov (Katusha) @ 1hr 25min 52sec
  32. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 1hr 27min 52sec
  33. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 1hr 31min 36sec
  34. Johann Tschopp (Bouygues Telecom) @ 1hr 34min 31sec
  35. Rigoberto Uran (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1hr 37min 6sec
  36. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1hr 37min 40sec
  37. Vasili Kiryienka (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1hr 42min 55sec
  38. Marcel Wyss (Cervelo) @ 1hr 44min 55sec
  39. Branislau Samoilau (Quick Step) @ 1hr 46min 2sec
  40. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 1hr 47min 58sec
  41. Andrei Amador (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1hr 50min 40sec
  42. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 1hr 52min 9sec
  43. Massimo Codol (Acqua & Sapone) @ 1hr 53min 45sec
  44. Michael Barry (Sky) @ 1hr 55min 13sec
  45. Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) @ 2hr 0min 13sec
  46. Giampaolo Caruso (Katusha) @ 2hr 2min 47sec
  47. Cayetano Sarmiento (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2hr 3min 49sec
  48. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 2hr 4min 20sec
  49. Daniele Righi (Lampre) @ 2hr 8min 58sec
  50. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 2hr 13min 22sec
  51. Jackson Rodriguez (Androni Giocattoli) @ 2hr 13min 32sec
  52. Carlos José Ochoa (Androni Giocattoli) @ 2hr 14min 39sec
  53. Alberto Losada (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 2hr 14min 54sec
  54. Juan Horrach (Katusha) @ 2hr 15min 29sec
  55. Steven Cummings (Sky) @ 2hr 17min 55sec
  56. Matteo Tosatto (Quick Step) @ 2hr 19min 47sec
  57. Daniel Martin (Garmin-Transitions) @ 2hr 20min 53sec
  58. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step) @ 2hr 22min 28sec
  59. Gustav Erik Larsson (Saxo) @ 2hr 23min 7sec
  60. Sylvest Szmyd (Liquigas) @ 2hr 27min 19sec
  61. Volodymir Gustov (Cervelo) @ 2hr 28min 40sec
  62. Xabier Zandio (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 2hr 29min 15sec
  63. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) @ 2hr 29min 30sec
  64. Anders Lund (Saxo) @ 2hr 30min 43sec
  65. Francesco Failli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2hr 30min 45sec
  66. Rubens Bertogliati (Androni Giocattoli) @ 2hr 33min 16sec
  67. Ludovic Turpin (Ag2r) @ 2hr 39min 0sec
  68. David Moncoutié (Cofidis) @ 2hr 40min 0sec
  69. Gilberto Simoni (Lampre) @ 2hr 40min 14sec
  70. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 2hr 41min 18sec
  71. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 2hr 42min 18sec
  72. Nicki Sorensen (Saxo) @ 2hr 42min 22sec
  73. Simone Stortoni (Colnago-CSF) @ 2hr 45min 7sec
  74. Alessandro Bisolti (Colnago-CSF) @ 2hr 45min 11sec
  75. Alessandro Donati (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2hr 53min 33sec
  76. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) @ 2hr 58min 53sec
  77. Cameron Wurf (Androni Giocattoli) @ 3hr 3min 44sec
  78. Craig Lewis (HTC-Columbia) @ 3hr 4min 1sec
  79. Luca Mazzanti (Katusha) 2 3hr 4min 7sec
  80. Marco Marzano (Lampre) @ 3hr 5min 57sec
  81. Florian Stalder (BMC) @ 3hr 9min 0sec
  82. Remi Cusin (Cofidis) @ 3hr 9min 45sec
  83. Yuriy Krivtsov (Ag2r) @ 3hr 11min 6sec
  84. Matthias Russ (Milram) @ 3hr 12min 43sec
  85. Inigo Cuesta (Cervelo) @ 3hr 12min 44sec
  86. Matteo Bono (Lampre) @ 3hr 12min 56sec
  87. Roman Kireyev (Astana) @ 3hr 13min 47sec
  88. Gregory Henderson (Sky) @ 3hr 16min 25sec
  89. Danien Monier (Cofidis) @ 3hr 17min 13sec
  90. Matthias Brandle (Footon-Servetto) @ 3hr 18min 9sec
  91. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) @ 3hr 20min 36sec
  92. Gorazd Stangelj (Astana) @ 3hr 20min 57sec
  93. Yukiya Arashiro (Bouygues Telecom) @ 3hr 22min 21sec
  94. Serguei Klimov (Katusha) @ 3hr 24min 12sec
  95. Brent Bookwalter (BMC) @ 3hr 27min 9sec
  96. Robert Forster (Milram) @ 3hr 29min 44sec
  97. Danilo Wyss (BMC) @ 3hr 32min 33sec
  98. Kalle Kriit (Cofidis) @ 3hr 34min 5sec
  99. Michael Schär (BMC) @ 3hr 34min 30sec
  100. Sebastien Hinault (Ag2r) @ 3hr 34min 35sec
  101. Fabio Sabatini (Liquigas) @ 3hr 34min 35sec
  102. Markus Fothen (Milram) @ 3hr 34min 50sec
  103. Daniel Lloyd (Cervelo) @ 3hr 35min 19sec
  104. Nico Sijmens (Cofidis) @ 3hr 39min 35sec
  105. Mathew Hayman (Sky) @ 3hr 40min 4sec
  106. Ignatas Konovalovas (Cervelo) @ 3hr 40min 16sec
  107. Alan Marangoni (Colnago-CSF) @ 3hr 41min 13sec
  108. Marco Velo (Quick Step) @ 3hr 41mi 32sec
  109. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 3hr 41min 45sec
  110. Guillaume Le Floch (Bouygues Telecom) @ 3hr 44min 23sec
  111. Michiel Elijzen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 3hr 45min 11sec
  112. Murilo Antonio Fischer (Garmin-Transitions) @ 3hr 48min 11sec
  113. Pablo Lastras (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 3hr 48min 23sec
  114. Edward King (Cervelo) @ 3hr 50min 57sec
  115. Alessandro Bertolini (Androni Giocattoli) @ 3hr 51min 50sec
  116. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 3hr 53min 24sec
  117. Vicente Reynes (HTC-Columbia) @ 3hr 54min 35sec
  118. Alessandro Spezialetti (Lampre) @ 3hr 54min 57sec
  119. Julien Fouchard (Cofidis) @ 3hr 57min 49sec
  120. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF) @ 3hr 58min 45sec
  121. Mauro Facci (Quick Step) @ 3hr 59min 42sec
  122. Olivier Kaisen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 3hr 59min 49sec
  123. Michael Albasini (HTC-Columbia) @ 4hr 1min 6sec
  124. Luke Roberts (Milram) @ 4hr 3min 2sec
  125. Svein Tuft (Garmin-Transitions) @ 4hr 3min 6sec
  126. Addy Engels (Quick Step) @ 4hr 4min 57sec
  127. Maciej Bodnar (Liquigas) @ 4hr 5min 53sec
  128. Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Saxo) @ 4hr 7min 41sec
  129. Michael Morkov (Saxo) @ 4hr 11min 6sec
  130. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) @ 4hr 13min 27sec
  131. Mikhail Ignatiev (Katusha) @ 4hr 13min 51sec
  132. Dario Andriotto (Acqua & Sapone) @ 4hr 15min 17sec
  133. Christopher Sutton (Sky) @ 4hr 15min 24sec
  134. Frantisek Rabon (HTC-Columbia) @ 4hr 19min 17sec
  135. Rick Flens (Rabobank) @ 4hr 21min 47sec
  136. Damien Gaudin (Bouygues telecom) @ 4hr 25mi 58sec
  137. Cameron Meyer (Garmin-Transitions) @ 4hr 26min 16sec
  138. Marco Frapporti (Colnago-CSF) @ 4hr 42min 7sec
  139. Marco Corti (Footon-Servetto) @ 4hr 48min 55sec

Points co vtwjukzi. the timberland companympetition:

  1. points jerseyCadel Evans (BMC): 150 points
  2. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana): 128
  3. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas): 116
  4. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocattoli) 110
  5. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) 105

Climbers' competition:

  1. green jerseyMatthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 56 points
  2. Ivan Basso (Liquigas): 41
  3. Johan Tschopp (Bouygues Telecom): 38
  4. Cadel Evans (BMC) 35
  5. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocattoli) 25

Young Rider:

  1. white jerseyRichie Porte (Saxo) 87hr 51min 23sec
  2. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 7min 29sec
  3. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 12min 19sec
  4. Steven Kruijswijk (Rabobank) @ 30min 5sec
  5. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 42min 46sec

Team Classification:

  1. Liquigas 262hr 4min 40sec
  2. Rabobank @ 24min 21sec
  3. Caisse d'Epargne @ 1hr 5min 55sec
  4. Ag2r @ 1hr 10min 16sec
  5. Omega Pharma-Lotto @ 1hr 10min 45sec

Team Points (Super Team):

  1. Liquigas: 412 points
  2. HTC-Columbia: 281
  3. Rabobank: 263
  4. Lampre: 251
  5. Sky: 235

Ediciclo booksStage list with running GC

8 May, Saturday: Stage 1, Amsterdam 8.4 Km individual time trial. Nearly pan-flat course.

Photos from stage 1

Results: GC and stage times and places are the same.

  1. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) 10min 18sec. 48.932 km/hr
  2. Brent Bookwalter (BMC) @ 2sec
  3. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  4. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 5sec
  5. Greg Henderson (Sky) s.t.
  6. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  7. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 6sec
  8. Gustav Larsson (Saxo) @ 7sec
  9. Jos Van Amden (Rabobank) @ 9sec
  10. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 9sec
  11. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 10sec
  12. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 11sec
  13. Marcel Sieberg (HTC-Columbia) @ 12sec
  14. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 13sec
  15. Dario David Cioni (Sky) s.t.
  16. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 14sec
  17. Svein Tuft (Garmin-Transitions) @ 15sec
  18. Ignatas Konovalovas (Cervelo) s.t.
  19. Michael Morkov (Saxo) s.t.
  20. Enrico Gasparotto (Astana) @ 16sec
  21. Matthias Brandle (Footon-Servetto) s.t.
  22. Rick Flens (Rabobank) @ 17sec
  23. Marcel Wyss (Cervelo) s.t.
  24. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  25. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) @ 18sec
  26. Alexsandr Dyachenko (Astana) @ 19sec
  27. William Bonnet (Bouygues Telecom) @ 20sec
  28. John Murphy (BMC) s.t.
  29. Vasil Kiryienka (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  30. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.

37. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 23sec

42. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 25sec

45. Christian Vande Velde (Garmin-Transitions) @ 26sec

156. Gilberto Simoni (Lampre) @ 56sec

Points:

  1. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) 25 points
  2. Brent Bookwalter (BMC) 20
  3. Cadel Evans (BMC) 16

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo) 10min 23sec
  2. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 4sec
  3. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 6sec

Team GC:

  1. Sky: 31min 12sec
  2. BMC @ 6sec
  3. Saxo @ 9sec

stage 1 route map

Stage 1 route map

9 May, Sunday, Stage 2: Amsterdam - Utrecht, 209 Km. flat

The race: Between a nervous peloton racing the first day of the year's first Grand Tour, and the road furniture that makes racing in Holland a bit dicey, a lot of crashes marred the race. The one that may have had the largest consequences was one that came with about 7km to go. Bradley Wiggins and Carlos Sastre were caught behind it while Alexandre Vinokourov and Cadel Evans avoided the mess. The result? Evans is in pink and Vino is in third at 3 seconds. Wiggins is a half-minute down and Sastre has given up almost an entire minute in the first 2 stages. Given Evans' superb form, spotting him that much time this early matters. A lot. There are still 3 weeks to go, but it's hard to win a Grand Tour by starting out bleeding time to an experienced, determined opponent. And Wiggins has to get by Vino as well. The Kazakh is fit and hungry and will fight like a wildcat to win this race. To save his team for later, Evans will probably let a sprinter's team have the lead, but he won't be letting Wiggins have any gifts.

This Giro is already really interesting.

Photos from stage 2

Results:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions), 4hr 56min 46sec. 42.457 km/hr
  2. Matthew Goss (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  3. Fabio Sabatini (Liquigas) s.t.
  4. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  5. Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre) s.t.
  6. Christopher Sutton (Sky) s.t.
  7. Robbie McEwen (Katusha) s.t.
  8. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) s.t.
  9. Julian Dean (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  10. Sacha Modolo (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  11. Anthony Ravard (Ag2r) s.t.
  12. Michele Merlo (Footon-Servetto) s.t.
  13. Robert Forster (Milram) s.t.
  14. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step) s.t.
  15. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 3sec
  16. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  17. Danilo Wyss (BMC) s.t.
  18. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  19. Baden Cooke (Saxo) s.t.
  20. Sebastien Hinault (Ag2r) s.t.
  21. Markus Fothen (Milram) s.t.
  22. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  23. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) s.t.
  24. Pablo Lastras (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  25. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  26. Paolo Tiralongo (Astana) s.t.
  27. Muaricio Alberto Ardila (Rabobank) s.t.
  28. Marco Velo (Quick Step) s.t.
  29. Adam Blyth (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  30. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  31. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.

42. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.

79. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 37sec

115. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) s.t.

GC after Stage 2:

  1. Cadel Evans (BMC) 5hr 7min 9sec
  2. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Tranistions) @ 1sec
  3. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 3sec
  4. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  5. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 4sec
  6. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 7sec
  7. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 8sec
  8. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 9sec
  9. Marcel Sieberg (HTC-Columbia) @ 10sec
  10. Mathew Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 13sec
  11. Michael Morkov (Saxo) s.t.
  12. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  13. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 15sec
  14. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 18sec
  15. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 19sec
  16. Micele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  17. Mauricio Alberto Ardila (Rabobank) @ 20sec
  18. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) s.t.
  19. Baden Cooke (Saxo) @ 21sec
  20. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.
  21. Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre) @ 22sec
  22. Adam Hansen (HTC-Columbia) @ 24sec
  23. Christian Vande Velde (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  24. Michiel Elijzen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  25. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) @ 25sec
  26. Fabio Sabatini (Liquigas) @ 26sec
  27. Matteo Tosatto (Quick Step) @ 26sec
  28. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 27sec
  29. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 28sec
  30. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.

37. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 32sec

74. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 57sec

Points Competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 25 points
  2. Bradly Wiggins (Sky): 25
  3. Mathew Goss (HTC-Columbia): 20

Climbers' Competition:

  1. Paul Voss (Milram): 4 points
  2. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF): 4
  3. Rick Flens (Rabobank): 4

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo): 5hr 7min 12sec
  2. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 4sec
  3. Toms Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 6sec

Team GC:

  1. Saxo: 15hr 21min 48sec
  2. HTC Columbia @ 6sec
  3. Astana @ 7sec

 

Stage 2 route map

Stage 2 route map

Stage 2 profile

10 May, Monday: Stage 3: Amsterdam - Middelburg, 224 Km. Flat

Photos from stage 3

The Race: The last day of racing in The Netherlands was another dreadful day of carnage with lots of riders hitting the deck. High winds made the already difficult situation of a nervous peloton and narrow Dutch roads even worse than yesterday. GC hopeful Christian Vande Velde (Garmin-Transitions) has to retire with a possible broken collarbone.

Race leader Cadel Evans went down with about 10 km to go, costing him 46 seconds and the lead. Bradley Wiggins' day can only be described as a catastrophe after a crash caused him to lose close on to 4 minutes. Barring a miracle, I think Wiggins' GC hunt is over. For now Vinokourov, the old experienced pro and new leader has shown that he knows how to stay out of trouble.

Results:

  1. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step) 5hr 6sec 44.785 km/hr
  2. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) s.t.
  3. Robert Forster (Milram) s.t.
  4. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) s.t.
  5. Adam Blythe (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  6. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  7. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  8. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  9. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) s.t.
  10. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.
  11. Baden Cooke (Saxo) s.t.
  12. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  13. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  14. Matthew Goss (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  15. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.
  16. Jackson Rodriguez (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  17. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  18. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) s.t.
  19. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  20. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) s.t.
  21. Marcel Sieberg (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  22. Paolo Tiralongo (Astana) s.t.
  23. Andriy Grivko (Astana) s.t.
  24. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  25. Laurent Didier (Saxo) s.t.
  26. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.
  27. Adam Hansen (HTC-Columbia) @ 24sec
  28. Vicente Reynes (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  29. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) @ 31sec
  30. Michael Morkov (Saxo) @ 46sec
  31. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 46sec

51. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) s.t.

63. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 3min 59sec

GC after Stage 3:

  1. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) 10hr 7min 18sec
  2. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  3. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 1sec
  4. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 5sec
  5. Marcel Sieberg (HTC-Columb ia) @ 7sec
  6. Mathew Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 10sec
  7. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  8. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 12sec
  9. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 15sec
  10. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 16sec
  11. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  12. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 17sec
  13. Baden Cooke (Saxo) @ 19sec
  14. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.
  15. Robert Forster (Milram) @ 21sec
  16. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step) s.t.
  17. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 24sec
  18. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 25sec
  19. Paolo Tiralongo (Astana) @ 26sec
  20. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 28sec
  21. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) s.t.
  22. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) @ 29sec
  23. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 42sec
  24. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 43sec
  25. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 44sec
  26. Adam Hansen (HTC-Columbia) @ 45sec
  27. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 46sec
  28. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 50sec
  29. Michael Morkov (Saxo) @ 56sec
  30. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) @ 1min

43. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 1min 40sec

55. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 4min 28sec

Points Competition:

  1. Graeme Brown (Rabobank): 28 points
  2. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step): 27
  3. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 25
  4. Bradley Wiggins (Sky): 25

Climbers' Competition:

  1. Paul Voss (Milram): 4 points
  2. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF): 4
  3. Rick Flens (Rabobank): 4

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo) 10hr 7min 18sec
  2. Matthew Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 10sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 25sec

Team GC:

  1. Saxo: 30hr 22min 6sec
  2. HTC-Columbia @ 6sec
  3. Astana @ 7sec

Stage 3 route map

Stage 3 route map

Stage 3 profile

Stage 3 profile

11 May, Tuesday: Rest Day. the Giro returns to Italy for the Team Time Trial on Wednesday. Here is the prediction for the time trial from La Gazzetta dello Sport: Best chance for winning: Sky, then Astana and Saxo.

An outside chance of scoring an upset: Garmin-Transitions, HTC-Columbia and Liquigas.

12 May, Wednesday: Stage 4, Savigliano - Cuneo 33 km team time trial

Photos from Stage 4

Results:

  1. Liquigas: 36min 37sec. 54.073 km/hr
  2. Sky @ 13sec
  3. HTC-Columbia @ 21sec
  4. Katusha @ 27sec
  5. Cervelo @ 38sec
  6. Astana s.t.
  7. Omega Pharma-Lotto @ 46sec
  8. Garmin-Transitions @ 49sec
  9. Saxo @ 50sec
  10. Milram @ 57sec
  11. Rabobank @ 1min 4sec
  12. BMC @ 1min 21sec
  13. Lampre @ 1min 43sec
  14. Footon-Servetto @ 2min 3sec
  15. Colnago-CSF @ 2min 8sec
  16. Quick Step @ 2min 15sec
  17. Bouygues Telecom @ 2min 19sec
  18. Caisse d'Epargne @ 2min 21sec
  19. Androni Giocatolli @ 2min 24sec
  20. Cofidis @ 2min 29sec
  21. Acqua & Sapone @ 2min 29sec
  22. Ag2r @ 2min 50sec

GC after Stage 4

  1. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) 10hr 44min
  2. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 13sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 20sec
  4. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) @ 26sec
  5. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  6. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 33sec
  7. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 39sec
  8. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 45sec
  9. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  10. Paolo Tiralongo (Astana) @ 59sec
  11. Baden Cooke (Saxo) @ 1min 3sec
  12. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) s.t.
  13. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 1min 4sec
  14. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 1min 13sec
  15. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 1min 15sec
  16. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) s.t.
  17. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 1min 16sec
  18. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) @ 1min 22sec
  19. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 24sec
  20. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) @ 1min 28sec
  21. Adam Hansen (HTC-Columbia) @ 1min 38sec
  22. Michael Norkov (Saxo) @ 1min 41sec
  23. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 1min 45sec
  24. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 1min 49sec
  25. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1min 52sec
  26. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 1min 55sec
  27. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 59sec
  28. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 1sec
  29. Markus Fothen (Milram) @ 2min 5sec
  30. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) @ 2min 6sec
  31. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 2min 9sec
  32. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 2min 13sec

41. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 49sec

50. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 4min 36sec

Points competition:

  1. Graeme Brown (Rabobank): 28 points
  2. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step): 27
  3. Tyler Farrar: 25

Climbers' competition:

  1. Paul Voss (Milram): 4 points
  2. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF): 4
  3. Rick Flens (Rabobank): 4

Young Rider:

  1. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas): 10hr 44min 20sec
  2. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 6sec
  3. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 25sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas: 30hr 59min 9sec
  2. HTC-Columbia @ 1sec
  3. Astana @ 19sec

Stage 4 route map

Stage 4 route map

Stage 4 profile

Stage 4 profile

13 May, Thursday: Stage 5, Novara - Novi Ligure, 162 Km. flat

Photos from stage 5

The Race: Missed it by that much! Stage winner Jerome Pineau along with Julien Fouchard, Yukiya Arashiro and Paul Voss took off at about the 27th kilometer. Voss nailed the day's KOM points before fading. But the other three wouldn't give up, even though it look like their collective gooses were surely cooked. The sprinters' team hammered at the gap, which at one point was about 4 minutes. Even though it it looked like the chasing pack had made contact with less than 2 km to go, the gap actually remained and Pineau took the stage win. Tyler Farrar won the field sprint.

Results:

  1. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step) 3hr 45min 59sec. 43.012 km/hr
  2. Julien Fouchard (Cofidis) s.t.
  3. Yukiya Arashiro (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  4. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 4sec
  5. Gregory Henderson (Sky) s.t.
  6. Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre) s.t.
  7. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) s.t.
  8. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  9. Luca Sebastian Haedo (Saxo) s.t.
  10. William Bonnet (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  11. Wouter Weylandt (Quick Step) s.t.
  12. Manuel Belletti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  13. Robbie McEwen (Katusha) s.t.
  14. Robert Forster (Milram) s.t.
  15. Valentin Iglinskiy (Astana) s.t.
  16. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  17. Alberto Loddo (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  18. Baden Cooke (Saxo) s.t.
  19. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) s.t.
  20. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  21. Anthony Ravard (Ag2r) s.t.
  22. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  23. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  24. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  25. Mauro Santambrogio (BMC) s.t.
  26. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  27. Fabio Sabatini (Liquigas) s.t.
  28. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  29. Michiel Elijzen (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  30. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.

GC after stage 5:

  1. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) 14hr 30min 3sec
  2. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 13sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 20sec
  4. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 26sec
  5. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  6. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 33sec
  7. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 39sec
  8. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 45sec
  9. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  10. Paolo Tiralongo (Astnan) @ 59sec
  11. Baden Cooke (Saxo) @ 1min 3sec
  12. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) s.t.
  13. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 1min 4sec
  14. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 1min 13sec
  15. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 1min 15sec
  16. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) s.t.
  17. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 1min 16sec
  18. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) @ 1min 22sec
  19. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 24sec
  20. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) @ 1min 28sec
  21. Tom Stamsnijder (Rabobank) @ 1min 45sec
  22. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) @ 1min 49sec
  23. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1min 52sec
  24. Joseph Jufre (Astana) @ 1min 55sec
  25. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 59sec
  26. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 1sec
  27. Markus Fothen (Milram) @ 2min 5sec
  28. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 2min 9sec
  29. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 2min 13sec
  30. Marcel Sieberg (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 28sec

Points competition:

  1. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step): 39 points
  2. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 39
  3. Graeme Brown (Rabobank): 37

Climbers' competition:

  1. Paul Voss (Milram): 10 points
  2. Stefano Pirazzi (Colnago-CSF): 4
  3. Rick Flens (Rabobank): 4

Young Rider:

  1. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) 14hr 30min 23sec
  2. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) @ 5sec
  3. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 25sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas: 42hr 17min 18sec
  2. HTC-Columbia @ 1sec
  3. Astana @ 19sec
  4. Saxo @ 24sec

stage 5 route map

Stage 5 route map

Stage 5 profile

Stage 5 profile

14 May, Friday: Stage 6, Fidenza - Carrara, 173 Km. undulating terrain

Photos from stage 6

The Race: Less than 50 kilometers into the stage Rubens Bertogliati and Matthew Lloyd escaped the pack. And that was the race. They worked together until the final climb of the day, the Bedizzano (See the route map and profile below the results) when Lloyd drop the tiring Bertogliati. Lloyd motored in for a solo stage win while Bertogliati had enough suds left to take second just in front of the thundering herd.

Results:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto) 4hr 24min 20sec. 39.268 km/hr
  2. Rubens Bertogliati (Androni Giocatolli) @ 1min 6sec
  3. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) @ 1min 15sec
  4. Manuel Belleti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  5. Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) s.t.
  6. William Bonnet (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  7. Sacha Modolo (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  8. Vasil Kiryienka (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  9. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) s.t.
  10. Baden Cooke (Saxo) s.t.
  11. Enrico Gasparotto (Astana) s.t.
  12. Muaro Santambrogio (BMC) s.t.
  13. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  14. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) s.t.
  15. Daniel Moreno (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  16. Rene Mandri (Ag2r) s.t.
  17. Matteo Tosatto (Quick Step) s.t.
  18. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) s.t.
  19. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  20. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  21. Craig Lewis (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  22. Thomas Voeckler (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  23. Alberto Losada (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  24. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  25. Steven Kruijswijk (Rabobank) s.t.
  26. David Loosli (Lampre) s.t.
  27. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.
  28. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) s.t.
  29. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) s.t.
  30. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.

GC after stage 6:

  1. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) 18hr 55min 38sec
  2. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 13sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 20sec
  4. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 33sec
  5. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 39sec
  6. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 45sec
  7. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  8. Baden Cooke (Saxo) @ 1min 3sec
  9. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 1min 4sec
  10. Didier Laurent (Saxo) s.t.
  11. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 1min 15sec
  12. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 1min 16sec
  13. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 24sec
  14. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 1min 25sec
  15. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 1mn 25sec
  16. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 59sec
  17. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 1sec
  18. Markus Fothen (Milram) @ 2min 5sec
  19. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 2min 9sec
  20. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 2min 13sec
  21. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 2min 35sec
  22. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 2min 40sec
  23. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 49sec
  24. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) s.t.
  25. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 3min 43sec
  26. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 3min 45sec
  27. William Bonnet (Bouygues Telecom) @ 3min 49sec
  28. Thomas Voeckler (Bouygues Telecom) @ 4min 11swsec
  29. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) s.t.
  30. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 4min 13sec
  31. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 4min 36sec

Points competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 43 points
  2. Graeme Brown (Rabobank): 40
  3. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step): 39

Climbers' competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 13 points
  2. Paul Voss (Milram): 10
  3. Rubens Bertogliati (Androni-Giocatolli): 8

Young Rider:

  1. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) 18hr 55min 58sec
  2. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 25sec
  3. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 4sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas: 55hr 34min 3sec
  2. Astana @ 19sec
  3. Saxo @ 24sec
  4. Milram @ 1min 19sec

stage 6 route map

Stage 6 route map

Stage 6 profile

Stage 6 profile

15 May, Saturday: Stage 7, Carrara - Montalcino, 222 Km. undulating terrain and gravel roads (see route map below) near the end of the stage.

Photos from stage 7

The race: La Gazzetta summed it up: rain, fog, wind and mud. The bad weather made a mess of the gravel roads that the racers confronted in the final kilometers. The day started hard with the first hour covering 52.5 km. It didn't get easier after that. Maglia Rosa Vincenzo Nibali crashed with about 30 km to go, proably ruining his classification chances for good.

Meanwhile Vinokourov and several others dropped the hammer. The results was that by the time the riders reached graveled roads, the major players, less Basso, Nibali and Sastre, were off the front.

In the final kilometers it was Vinokourov, Evans, Damiano Cunego and Arroyo Duran. Evans led the final kilometer and won the stage. Vinkourov's aggressive efforts paid off with the pink jersey.

Results:

  1. Cadel Evans (BMC) 5hr 13min 37sec. 42.089 km/hr
  2. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 2sec
  3. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.
  4. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 6sec
  5. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 12sec
  6. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 27sec
  7. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 29sec
  8. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 1min 1sec
  9. Cayetano Sarmiento (Acqua & Sapone) @ 1min 7sec
  10. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1min 10sec
  11. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 1min 11sec
  12. Thomas rohregger (Milram) s.t.
  13. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  14. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 1min 18sec
  15. Gustav Erik Larsson (Saxo) @ 1min 42sec
  16. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  17. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 2min
  18. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 2min 5sec
  19. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 2min 24sec
  20. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 2min 53sec
  21. Joseph Jufre (Astana) @ 2min 55sec
  22. Johann Tschopp (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  23. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 58sec
  24. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 2min 59sec
  25. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) @ 3min 6sec
  26. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 3min 8sec
  27. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) s.t.
  28. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 3min 41sec
  29. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 3min 45sec
  30. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 3min 50sec

34. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 4min 30sec

37. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 5min 20sec

GC after Stage 7:

  1. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) 24hr 9min 42sec
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 12sec
  3. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 1min 29sec
  4. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 1min 30sec
  5. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 1min 33sec
  6. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 1min 40sec
  7. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 1min 48sec
  8. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 1min 51sec
  9. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 1min 54sec
  10. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 2min
  11. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 47sec
  12. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 3min 8sec
  13. Michele Scaproni (Androni Giocatolli) @ 3min 9sec
  14. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 3min 28sec
  15. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 3min 38sec
  16. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 3min 39sec
  17. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 4min 5sec
  18. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 4min 23sec
  19. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 4min 38sec
  20. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 6min 5sec
  21. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 6min 10sec
  22. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 6min 52sec
  23. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 7min 2sec
  24. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 7min 6sec
  25. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 7min 21sec
  26. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 8min 39sec
  27. Andriy Grivko (Astana) @ 8min 56sec
  28. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 9min 41sec
  29. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 10min 12sec
  30. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 12min

Points competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 43 points
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC): 41
  3. Graeme Brown (Rabobank): 40

Climbers' Competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 13 points
  2. Paul Voss (Milram): 10
  3. Rubens Bertogliati (Androni Giocatolli): 8

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo): 24hr 11min 42sec
  2. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 1min 38sec
  3. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 2min 5sec

Team GC:

  1. Saxo: 71hr 21min 35sec
  2. Liquigas @ 32sec
  3. Astana @ 4min 33sec

Stage 7 route map

Stage 7 route map. The gravel roads are in white near the end of the stage

Stage 7 profile

Stage 7 profile. The gravel roads (strade bianche) are in white as well.

16 May, Sunday: Stage 8, Chianciano Terme - Terminillo, 189 Km. hilltop finish

Photos from stage 8

The Race: About 65 kilometers into the race a big group managed to get clear of the pelton. Once the final climb to Terminillo was reached the 17-man break started to come apart. It was finally Simoni Stortoni and Chris Sorensen and Sorensen was the stronger of the two. He climbed through the fog for a solo win. Vinokourov and Evans finished together (I still think the Giro is going to come down to these two) with Vino keeping the pink jersey and Evans taking over the red points jersey. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) was the biggest casualty of the day, moving from 3rd to 33rd.

Results:

  1. Chris Sorensen (Saxo) 4hr 50min 48sec. 38.995 km/hr
  2. Simone Stortoni (Colnago-CSF) @ 30sec
  3. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 36sec
  4. Evgeni Petrov (Katusha) @ 49sec
  5. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 55sec
  6. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 56sec
  7. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  8. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.
  9. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  10. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.
  11. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  12. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  13. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) s.t.
  14. Domenico Pozzovivo (Colnago-CSF) @ 1min 12sec
  15. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 16sec
  16. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 1min 12sec
  17. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  18. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) @ 1min 27sec
  19. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 1min 33sec
  20. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1min 50sec
  21. Morris Possoni (Sky) @ 1min 52sec
  22. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 1min 59sec
  23. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 2min
  24. Marcel Wyss (Cervelo) s.t.
  25. Vladimir Mihholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  26. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.
  27. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) s.t.
  28. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) s.t.
  29. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) s.t.
  30. Charles Wegelius (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.

GC after Stage 8:

  1. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) 29hr 1min 26sec
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 12sec
  3. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 1min 33sec
  4. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 1min 51sec
  5. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 17sec
  6. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 2min 26sec
  7. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 2min 34sec
  8. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 47sec
  9. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 3min 8sec
  10. Micele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 3min 9sec
  11. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 4min 22sec
  12. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 4min 25sec
  13. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 4min 42sec
  14. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 5min 42sec
  15. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 6min 5sec
  16. Xaiver Tondo (Cervelo) @ 6min 34sec
  17. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 7min 46sec
  18. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 7min 56sec
  19. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 8min 1sec
  20. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 8min 8sec
  21. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 8min 10sec
  22. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 8min 14sec
  23. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 9min 5sec
  24. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 9min 8sec
  25. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 10min 43sec
  26. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 10min 45sec
  27. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 11min 15sec
  28. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 11min 59sec
  29. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 14min 37sec
  30. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 16min 22sec

33. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 18min 28sec

Points competition:

  1. Cadel Evans (BMC): 48 points
  2. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana): 47
  3. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 43

Climbers' competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 16 points
  2. Chris Sorensen (Saxo): 15
  3. Paul Voss (Milram): 10

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo) 29hr 3min 52sec
  2. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 59sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 2min 16sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas 85hr 57min 39sec
  2. Saxo @ 3min
  3. Rabobank @ 10min 5sec

Stage 8 route map

Stage 8 route map

Stage 8 profile

17 May, Monday: Stage 9, Frosinone - Cava De' Tirreni, 187 Km. flat

photos from stage 9

The Race: It was a day for the sprinters. Columbia kept the day's break in reach, catching them with 5 km to go. As the speed started to climb in the final kilometers, the peloton snapped. Cadel Evans, caught on the wrong side of the broken string, had to bridge the gap. Matthew Harley Goss took the stage and Tyler Farrar's third further cemented his lead in the points competition. Goss' win was HTC-Columbia's first stage victory for this Giro.

Results:

  1. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia) 4hr 8min 17sec. 45.190 km/hr!
  2. Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) s.t.
  3. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  4. Robert Forster (Milram) s.t.
  5. Federico Canitu (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  6. Sebastien Hinault (Ag2r) s.t.
  7. Wouter Weylandts (Quick Step) s.t.
  8. Gregory Henderson (Sky) s.t.
  9. Jos Van Emden (Rabobank) s.t.
  10. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) s.t.
  11. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  12. Cadel Evans (BMC) s.t.
  13. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) s.t.
  14. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  15. Manuel Belletti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  16. Richie Porte (Saxo) s.t.
  17. Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Saxo) s.t.
  18. Didier Laurent (Saxo) s.t.
  19. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  20. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-lotto) s.t.
  21. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) s.t.
  22. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  23. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  24. Daniel Moreno (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  25. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.
  26. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) s.t.
  27. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  28. Rigoberto Uran (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  29. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) s.t.
  30. Cameron Wurf (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.

GC after Stage 9:

  1. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) 33hr 9min 43sec
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 12sec
  3. Vincenzo Nobali (Liquigas) @ 1min 33sec
  4. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 1min 51sec
  5. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 17sec
  6. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 2min 26sec
  7. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 2min 34sec
  8. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 47sec
  9. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 3min 8sec
  10. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 3min 9sec
  11. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 4min 22sec
  12. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 4min 25sec
  13. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 5min 18sec
  14. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 6min 5sec
  15. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 6min 34sec
  16. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 7min 31sec
  17. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 7min 46sec
  18. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 7min 56sec
  19. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 8min 1sec
  20. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 8min 14sec
  21. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  22. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 9min 59sec
  23. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 10min 51sec
  24. Bradley Wiggins (sky) @ 10min 54sec
  25. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 10min 57sec
  26. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 11min 5sec
  27. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 11min 15sec
  28. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 11min 59sec
  29. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 14min 37sec
  30. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 16min 22sec

Points competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 59 points
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC): 52
  3. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia): 47

Climbers' competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharam-Lotto): 16 points
  2. Chris Sorensen (Saxo): 15
  3. Paul Voss (Milram): 10

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo): 33hr 12min 9sec
  2. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 59sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 2min 52sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas 98hr 22min 30sec
  2. Saxo @ 3min
  3. Rabobank @ 10min 5sec

Stage 9 route map

Stage 9 route map

Stage 9 profile

Stage 9 elevation guide

18 May, Tuesday Stage 10, Avellino - Bitonto, 230 Km. flat

Photos from stage 10

The Race: An ambitious trio of Charles Wegelius (Omega Pharma), Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) and Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) took off in the day's first kilometers. The sprinters' team let them stay away until about 16 km to go. Columbia and Sky did most of the work keeping the break in sight. But, it was Garmin-Transitions who did a perfect job of getting Tyler Farrar in place in the difficult final kilometers. Farrar unleashed an irresistible turn of speed that gave him is second stage win in this Giro. So far the Italians have not won an individual stage, just the Liquigas victory in the team time trial. A Kazakh has the pink jersey, An American holds the Maglia Rossa (Points), and so on. The Italian press is growing snippy about it.

Results:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions) 5hr 49min 14sec. 39.515 km/hr
  2. Fabio Sabatini (Liquigas) s.t.
  3. Julian Dean (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
  4. Robbie McEwen (Katusha) s.t.
  5. Robert Forster (Milram) s.t.
  6. Sebastien Hinault (Ag2r) s.t.
  7. Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  8. Danilo Hondo (Lampre) s.t.
  9. Leonardo Duque (Cofidis) s.t.
  10. Mathew Hayman (Sky) @ 3sec
  11. Alberto Loddo (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  12. William Bonnet (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  13. Sebastian Lang (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  14. Gregory Henderson (Sky) s.t.
  15. Graeme Brown (Rabobank) s.t.
  16. Adam Blythe (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  17. Manuel Belletti (Colnago-CSF) s.t.
  18. Filippo Pozzatto (Katusha) s.t.
  19. Michiel Elijzen (Omega Pahrma-Lotto) s.t.
  20. Marco Velo (Quick Step) s.t.
  21. Luca Sebastian Haedo (Saxo) s.t.
  22. Danilo Wyss (BMC) s.t.
  23. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  24. Alessandro Vanotti (Liquigas) s.t.
  25. Tiziano Dall'Antonia (Liquigas) s.t.
  26. Guillaume Blot (Cofidis) s.t.
  27. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  28. Mauro Santambrogio (BMC) s.t.
  29. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) s.t.
  30. Paul Voss (Milram) s.t.

GC after Stage 10:

  1. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana)
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 1min 12sec
  3. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 1min 33sec
  4. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 1min 51sec
  5. Marcp Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 2min 17sec
  6. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 2min 26sec
  7. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 2min 34sec
  8. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 2min 47sec
  9. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 3min 8sec
  10. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 3min 9sec
  11. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 4min 22sec
  12. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 4min 25sec
  13. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 5min 18sec
  14. Bauke Mollema (Rabobank) @ 6min 5sec
  15. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 6min 34sec
  16. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 7min 31sec
  17. Markus Eibegger (Footon-Servetto) @ 7min 46sec
  18. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 7min 48sec
  19. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 8min 1sec
  20. Thomas Rohregger (Milram) @ 8min 14sec
  21. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  22. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 9min 59sec
  23. Vladimir Miholjevic (Acqua & Sapone) @ 10min 51sec
  24. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 10min 54sec
  25. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 10min 57sec
  26. Josep Jufre (Astana) @ 11min 5sec
  27. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 11min 15sec
  28. John Gadret (Ag2r) @ 11min 59sec
  29. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 14min 37sec
  30. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 16min 16sec

Points competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitons): 84 points
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC): 52
  3. Matthew Harley Goss (HTC-Columbia): 47
  4. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana): 47

Climbers' competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 16 points
  2. Chris Sorensen (Saxo): 15
  3. Paul Voss (Milram): 10

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo): 39hr 1min 26sec
  2. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 59sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 2min 52sec

Team GC:

  1. Liquigas 115hr 50min 18sec
  2. Saxo @ 3min 3sec
  3. Rabobank @ 10min 8sec

Stage 10 route map

Stage 10 route map

Stage 10 profile

Stage 10 profile

19 May, Wednesday: Stage 11, Lucera - L'Aquila, 262 Km. undulating terrain. This is the 2010 Giro's longest stage.

Apologies for the late posting. Our internet provider, Centurylink, has been down almost all day.

Photos from stage 11

The Race: What the heck!?!?!? I have no idea what Vinokourov, Evans, Nibali and Basso (And their team directors) were thinking when they let a 54-man break take off at kilometer 20 but I'm sure they will regret their inattention, maybe for the rest of their careers. This wasn't just any group of no-hopers. It had half the Sky team, including Wiggins along with Sastre and some Cervelo riders. Very importantly, it contained some Saxo riders, including Richie Porte. In other words, all the people who could reasonably be thought to offer a real threat to yesterday's GC leaders, plus a bunch of their teammates were up the road.

Apparently the other teams looked to Astana to pull the break back during the first chaotic minutes, but Vino's team is sick, exhausted and not up to a chase of this sort. Liquigas, especially, had the horsepower to help but thought it could force the weaker BMC and Astana to do all the work. It was a stupid blunder because Cervelo, Saxo and Sky were hammering at the break's front while Liquigas watched Basso and Nibali lose tons of time to capable opponents. .

The break went really fast and pulled into L'Aquila with almost 13 minutes in hand. Wunderkind Richie Porte is the new leader. And Sastre and Wiggins, thought dead yesterday, are now in contention. It looks like Vino is starting to run out of gas. He's had a tough 11 stages and the Giro is only starting.

Vino and Evans will be even more on their own. Astana lost 3 riders and Evans' BMC squad lost 2 riders today.

There's a saying on Wall Street. Bear make money, bulls make money and pigs go to the slaughterhouse. In other words, one can succeed in all sorts of conditions if one keeps one's head about one's self. Liquigas was greedy, trying to hold Basso's and Nibali's high position in the GC by using the efforts of the other teams. They got butchered for their piggishness

Bravo to Sastre and Wiggins for not giving up and doing a terrific ride.

It's a whole new race.

Results:

  1. Evgeni Petrov (Katusha) 6hr 28min 29sec
  2. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 5sec
  3. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) s.t.
  4. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 7sec
  5. Alexandre Efimkin (Ag2r) s.t.
  6. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) s.t.
  7. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step) s.t.
  8. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) s.t.
  9. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) s.t.
  10. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) s.t.
  11. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 18sec
  12. Jose Rodolfo Serpa (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.
  13. Richie Porte (Saxo) @ 21sec
  14. Iban Mayoz (Footon-Servetto) @ 23sec
  15. Thomas Voeckler (Bouyues Telecom) s.t.
  16. Mauricio Ardila (Rabobank) @ 26sec
  17. David Moncoutie (Cofidis) @ 31sec
  18. Francis De Greef (Omega Pharma-lotto) s.t.
  19. Hubert Dupont (Ag2r) @ 41sec
  20. Massimo Codol (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  21. Steven Kruijswijk (Rabobank) @ 53sec
  22. Vasil Kiryienka (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1min 10sec
  23. Yuiy Trofimov (Bouygues Telecom) @ 1min 22sec
  24. Matthias Russ (Milram) @ 1min 37sec
  25. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 2min 10sec
  26. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) s.t.
  27. Giampaolo Cheula (Footon-Servetto) s.t.
  28. Juan Horrach (Katusha) s.t.
  29. Matteo Bono (Lampre) s.t.
  30. Domenico Pozzovivo (Colnago-CSF) s.t.

45. Michele Scarponi (Andorni Giocatolli @ 12min 42sec

46. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) s.t.

48. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapoine) s.t.

49. Vincnezo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.

52. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 12min 45sec

53. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.

54. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) s.t.

GC after Stage 11:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo) 45hr 30min 16sec
  2. David Arroyo (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 1min 42sec
  3. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 56sec
  4. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo) @ 3min 54sec
  5. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas) @ 4min 41sec
  6. Alexander Efimkin (Ag2r) @ 5min 16sec
  7. Linus Gerdemann (Milram) @ 5min 34sec
  8. Carlos Sastre (Cervelo) @ 7min 9sec
  9. Laurent Didier (Saxo) @ 7min 24sec
  10. Bradley Wiggins (Sky) @ 8min 14sec
  11. Jan Bakelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto) @ 8min 35sec
  12. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) @ 9min 58sec
  13. Cadel Evans (BMC) @ 11min 10sec
  14. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) @ 11min 28sec
  15. Ivan Basso (Liquigas) @ 11min 49sec
  16. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) @ 12min 15sec
  17. Francis De Greef (Omega pharma-Lotto) @ 12min 21sec
  18. Vladimir Karpets (Katusha) @ 12min 32sec
  19. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 12min 42sec
  20. Damiano Cunego (Lampre) @ 13min 3sec
  21. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) @ 13min 4sec
  22. Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) @ 13min 22sec
  23. Evgeni Petrov (Katusha) @ 15min 34sec
  24. Bauke Molleme (Rabobank) @ 16min 3sec
  25. Iban Mayoz (Footon-Servetto) @ 16min 14sec
  26. Pieter Weening (Rabobank) @ 17mi 38sec
  27. Mauricio Ardila (Rabobank) @ 17min 38sec
  28. David Millar (Garmin-Transitions) @ 18min 48sec
  29. Jose Rodolfo Serpa (Androni Giocatolli) @ 20min 45sec
  30. Dario David Cioni (Sky) @ 21min 8sec

Points competition:

  1. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Transitions): 59 points
  2. Cadel Evans (BMC): 52
  3. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step): 48

Climbers' competition:

  1. Matthew Lloyd (Omega Pharma-Lotto): 29 points
  2. Xavier Tondo (Cervelo): 16
  3. Chris Sorensen (Saxo): 15

Young Rider:

  1. Richie Porte (Saxo): 45hr 30min 16sec
  2. Robert Kiserlovski (Liquigas) @ 1min 56sec
  3. Valerio Agnoli (Liquigas): @ 4min 41sec

Team GC:

  1. Saxo 135hr 24min 13sec
  2. Liquigas @ 6min 42sec
  3. Omega Pharma-Lotto @ 13min 31sec

Stage 11 route map

Stage 11 route map

Stage 11 profile

Stage 11 profile

20 May, Thursday: Stage 12, Città Sant'Angelo - Porto Recanati, 206 Km. flat

Photos from stage 12

The Race: The day's 3-man break was swept up on schedule, before a final circuit (See map below results) returned the riders to Porto Recanati. On the final ascent 12 riders went clear. This was a dangerous move as it had Vinokourov, Nibali and Basso, but neither Evans nor Porte. A vigorous chase reduced the gap from 20 to 10 seconds. Vinkourov, never a man to give up, went for the stage win and the time bonus, but wasn't quite fast enough. Filippo Pozzato took the stage and became the first Italian individual stage winner in this Giro.

Results:

  1. Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) 5hr 15min 50sec. 39.514 km/hr
  2. Thomas Voeckler (Bouygues Telecom) s.t.
  3. Jerome Pineau (Quick Step) s.t.
  4. Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) s.t.
  5. Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) s.t.
  6. Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas) s.t.
  7. Marco Pinotti (HTC-Columbia) s.t.
  8. Michele Scarponi (Androni Giocatolli) s.t.

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    Carport per auto Cube. Il modello.

    Cube è un altro modello di carport estremamente versatile: presentato nei moduli singolo, biposto o triposto, il carport Cube è personalizzabile in larghezza, profondità e altezza. Il modello è caratteririzzato da una struttura "pulita" ed essenziale, con pendenza di falda minima, quasi nulla o addirittura assente nella spettacolare configurazione a copertura in policarbonato compatto sistema PolyX (i profili di supporto policarbonato installati in pendenza sfruttando l'altezza delle travature secondarie assicurano lo scolo dell'acqua verso la grondaia a scomparsa). Realizzato in Abete Rosso Lamellare certificato GL24H “qualità a vista”,  questa tettoia carport viene fornita impregnata con vernice all’acqua atossica ad azione fungicida e antiparassitaria nella colorazione scelta (vedi le colorazioni disponibili). Può essere dotato di un BOX INTEGRATO laterale o posteriore.

    Carport in legno Cube: una tettoia per auto modulare

    La modularità costruttiva del carport permette di creare tettoie che permettono risparmio di spazio ed un effetto estetico gradevole. Il modulo base del carport Cube può essere singolo (un posto auto), biposto o triposto. Questi a loro volta possono essere estesi con moduli aggiuntivi, a loro volta singoli, doppi o tripli ed in numero illimitato.

    Alcune fotografie di carport di legno Cube:

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    Dimensioni del carport

    I carport per auto Cube sono coperture in legno personalizzabili nelle dimensioni di larghezza e profondità.

    PROFONDITA'

    La profondità può essere di:

    • metri < 5,0 - Carport con profondità ridotta, adatta in presenza di spazi ristretti e sufficiente per il posteggio di utilitarie.
    • metri 5,0 - Carport con profondità standard, sufficiente per il parcheggio della maggior parte dei modelli di autovetture.
    • metri 5,5 e oltre - Carport con profondità idonea per il parcheggio di ogni autovettura. Per particolari esigenze (ad esempio per il posizionamento posteriore di un box integrato) sono realizzabili strutture con profondità maggiori.

    LARGHEZZA

    la larghezza consigliata per un modulo singolo è di metri 3,3; per un modulo doppio è di metri 6,0; per un modulo triplo è di metri 8,5. Queste dimensioni, comunque ampiamente personalizzabili, consentono di avere un comodo spazio di parcheggio per le autovetture.

    Sezioni di travatura standard per la tettoia per auto Cube

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    Carport Cube modulo doppio

    La versione biposto del carport Cube presenta normalmente una struttura in legno lamellare certificato GL24H con le seguenti sezioni di travatura:

    La struttura in sintesi:

    • Pilastri di sezione cm. 20 x 20/24
    • Banchine ad anello di sezione cm. 14/16 x 28/32
    • Arcarecci di sezione cm. 10/12 x 16/20

    Carport Cube modulo triplo

      La versione triposto del carport in legno Cube presenta normalmente una struttura in legno lamellare certificato GL24H con le seguenti sezioni di travatura:

      La struttura in sintesi:

      • Pilastri di sezione cm. 20 x 24/28
      • Banchine ad anello di sezione cm. 16 x 32/36/40
      • Arcarecci di sezione cm. 10/12 x 16/20/24

    Il carport può essere dotato di un box integrato

    Il carport può essere dotato di un box integrato laterale o posteriore: consiste nell'installazione di ulteriori due pilastri a delimitazione dell'area parcheggio e dell'area riservata al box stesso. Le pareti del carport vengono realizzate in perlinato maschiato di spessore mm.33 con elementi di rinforzo pareti quando necessario. Oltre ad una porta d'ingresso che può essere singola o a doppia anta, il box può essere dotato di una o più finestre (porte e finestre sono di produzione nazionale con vetri stratificati 3+3). Esternamente non sono visibili viti di fissaggio; internamente le stesse sono nascoste da profilati d'angolo di rifinitura in lamiera zincata preverniciata. Altri profili-zoccolo dello stesso materiale rifiniscono il perimetro esterno inferiore delle pareti con sigillatura a schiuma poliuretanica quando richiesto.

    Personalizzazione e copertura del Carport il legno Cube

    Come già descritto, strutturalmente il carport in legno Cube può essere personalizzato nelle dimensioni di altezza, larghezza e profondità. Di seguito alcune tra le personalizzazioni estetiche del carport.

    • TRATTAMENTI E COLORI
    • COPERTURE DISPONIBILI
    • LATTONERIA
    • CHIUSURE LATERALI / POSTERIORI
    • TRATTAMENTI E COLORI
      Quando non meglio specificato, il trattamento standard è Impregnazione (colore a scelta) + finitura all'acqua impermeabilizzante. Su richiesta viene effettuato il trattamento di levigatura delle travature, comunque necessario con colorazione bianco o nero poro aperto Vedere la TABELLA COLORI nell'Area Download.
    • COPERTURE DISPONIBILI
      Le tipologie di copertura previste sono le seguenti:
      • Tavolato e guaina ardesiata adesiva
      • Policarbonato compatto sistema PolyX semiremovibile

      Quando non meglio specificato, la copertura standard è TAVOLATO e GUAINA ARDESIATA ADESIVA ROSSA
    • LATTONERIA
      La lattoneria standard è in lamiera zincata preverniciata di colore testa di moro, bianco 90/10 oppure bianco/grigio. E' disponibile la lattoneria in alluminio Silver o in alluminio ramato Vestis oltre alla lattoneria in rame, con relativi sovraprezzi.
    • CHIUSURE LATERALI / POSTERIORI
      E’ possibile chiudere lateralmente e posteriormente i carport con pannelli grigliati in legno, pannelli frangivento, tavolato in legno pieno o fessurato, vetri, tende a rullo, tendaggi. Nel caso di pannelli grigliati (soluzione comune) si utilizzano pannelli in legno di pino di prima qualità, nazionali, con disegno diagonale ed a maglia stretta di centimetri 6x6. Sono impregnati ad alta pressione in autoclave e successivamente finiti color noce o nero (con struttura bianca).

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