Bring the Giau


The Passo Giao. 9.9km. 29 corners. Close to 10% all the way.

It’s a tough climb. There’s no hiding.

2 Responses to “Bring the Giau”

  1. Millsy June 29th, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    “…the type of climb you can imagine – in the Giro – the favourites coming to the front, and putting the hammer down, and watching the rest of the peleton melting away into nothing.”

    If the 34 degree heat in the Dolomites continues, melting away will be about right!

  2. Legs, Feeling No Pressure » Back from the Dolomites July 18th, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    […] The first 7 passes all felt easy, but somehow Theobald got the early jump on me. Suddenly he was nowhere to be seen amid the mass of jerseys. I caught him exiting the Belvedere feed stop at 83km.¬†With the crowds and the views, the day had felt more like a charity ride than a sportive. But by now my legs were buzzing and my head was full of the Giau. […]

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