Faren Honda Team
- 2012 - Faren Honda Team
- 2011 - Gauss
- 2010 - ACS Chirio - Forno d'Asolo
- 2009 - Selle Italia Ghezzi
- 2008 - Safi - Pasta Zara Manhattan
- 2007 - Safi - Pasta Zara Manhattan
- 2006 - Safi - Pasta Zara Manhattan
- 2005 - Team Bianchi - Aliverti
- 2003 - Team 2002 Aurora RSM
- 2001 - Edilsavino
- 2000 - Team Alfa Lum R.S.M.
Giro del Trentino Alto Adige-Sud Tirol
By Jeff Jones, BikeRadar.com last updated
The 12th edition of the Giro del Trentino Alto Adige-Sud Tirol will take place between June 15-19 in...
Bianchi-Aliverti for Primavera Rosa
By Jeff Jones and Hedwig Kröner last updated
The Bianchi-Aliverti women's team will race in La Primavera Rosa (Varazze-Sanremo) this Saturday,...
Showing off the goods
By Rochelle Gilmore last updated
Safi Pasta Zara Manhattan womens professional cycling team was officially launched in Montebelluna,...
Bianchi racing in Italy
By Hedwig Kröner and Jeff Jones last updated
Julien Absalon will be the captain of Bianchi-Agos in the Trofeo Cigala, the first event of the...
Fractured collar bone for Boubnenkova
By Tim Maloney, European Editor last updated
While competing at the Primavera Rosa, Svetlana Boubnenkova (PMB Fenixs) crashed at the foot of the...
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