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The AIOCC was created on October 19, 1956, in Milan, at the headquarters of the daily La Gazzetta Dello Sport. It now includes the world’s largest cycling organizers of the world calendar. In 2023, we have 157 members from 26 countries, including the three Grand Tours and 26 women’s races.
Strade Bianche Men’s : Pidcock, the art and the style
The mark of the greats. Tom Pidcock (INEOS Grenadiers) performed a very high-flying number to win the Strade Bianche.
The leaders already at the rendezvous
© UAE Tour UAE Tour: Evenepoel hits hard The second race of the season was good for Remco Evenepoel. The Belgian won the UAE Tour like a boss, his third overall success in a WorldTour stage race after the Tour de Pologne and the Vuelta. At the age of 23, the Soudal -...
Multiple successes from around the world!
© Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista del Sol Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista del Sol: Tadej Pogacar starts with a bang He makes a little more history. Tadej Pogacar won the 2023 edition of the Vuelta a Andalucia. Winning three out of five stages, the Slovenian crushed...
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