Cima Coppi history 2010-2019

Cima Coppi history 2010-2019: the Cima Coppi is the summit with the highest altitude reached by cyclists during the Giro d’Italia. It was established in 1965, five years after the death of “Il Campionissimo” (champion of champions) Fausto Coppi.

Here is the brief history of Cima Coppi between 2010 and 2019.

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Cima Coppi history 2000-2009

Cima Coppi history – the Cima Coppi is the summit with the highest altitude reached by cyclists during the Giro d’Italia. It was established in 1965, five years after the death of “Il Campionissimo” (champion of champions) Fausto Coppi.

Here is the brief history of Cima Coppi between 2000 and 2009.

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Cima Coppi history (1990-1999)

Cima Coppi history – the Cima Coppi is the summit with the highest altitude reached by cyclists during the Giro d’Italia. It was established in 1965, five years after the death of the “Il Campionissimo” (champion of champions) Fausto Coppi.

Here is the brief history of Cima Coppi between 1990 and 1999.

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Cima Coppi history (1965-1989)

The Cima Coppi is the summit with the highest altitude reached by cyclists during the Giro d’Italia. It was established in 1965, five years after the death of the “Il Campionissimo” (champion of champions) Fausto Coppi.

Naturally, depending on the altitude profile of the Giro d’Italia, the Cima Coppi changes from year to year. The highest point of Cima Copi in history is Passo dello Stelvio (Stelvio Pass), which is 2758 meters. Passo dello Stelvio has been used in 1972, 1975, 1980, 1994, 2005, 2012, 2014 and 2017 editions of the Giro d’Italia. It was also expected in 1967, 1984, 1988 and 2013 editions, but in each case, the course was modified due to weather conditions.

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Hemingway’s grimpeurs

Note: Hemingway’s grimpeurs was originally published on “le grimpeur” blog by Guy WR (grimpeur means “climber” in French). It was “a cycling blog for everything climbing”. Unfortunately, it is no longer online. So after a long wait, I decided to revive this wonderful blog post (see Notes 1).

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Pinarello Dogma F10 2020

Pinarello Dogma F10 2020 is one of the high-end road bike models of the Italian manufacturer.

According to Pinarello, the Dogma F10 2020 has inherited a lot of aero features from the Bolide, the time-trial bike of Pinarello that used by Bradley Wiggins while breaking the Hour Record in 2015, by Vasil Kiryienka while winning the UCI Time Trial World Championship in 2015, and by Chris Froome while winning the Tour de France.

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Gallery of Vélo d’Or winners (2010-2019)

“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 2010 to 2019.

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Gallery of Vélo d’Or winners (2000-2009)

“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 2000 to 2009.

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Gallery of Vélo d’Or winners (1992-1999)

“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 1992, the year the award was created, to 1999.

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Vélo d’Or winners (from 1992 to 2019, complete)

Created in 1992 by the French cycling magazine Vélo, the “Vélo d’Or” award is given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. An international jury consists of top cycling journalists votes on which rider was top across the season.

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