Giro d'Italia time trial tech
By James Huang in Milan, Italy | Monday, May 28, 2012 12.21am
Astana's Specialized S-Works Shiv time trial machines are striking in their white, blue, and yellow livery James Huang/BikeRadar
With Sunday's flat course and calm winds, the riders of the Giro d'Italia choose 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 Joaquin 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.
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