Giro d'Italia time trial tech

Pulling out the aero stops for the final stage

This article originally published on BikeRadar

With Sunday's flat course and calm winds, the riders of the Giro d'Italia chose their most aerodynamic gear to tear through the streets of Milan.

Canadian Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin-Barracuda) and his new Cervélo P5 took the overall victory away from Katusha's Joaquim Rodriguez and his pink-accented Canyon Speedmax CF.

Meanwhile, Vacansoleil-DCM's Thomas De Gendt climbed aboard the final step of the podium with a brilliant performance atop his Bianchi Pico Chrono.

Take a trip inside the pits of 15 pro teams with this in-depth image gallery.

Taking aerodynamics to new heights

Taking aerodynamics to new heights

Author: James Huang

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