Movistar Team

Kick off in Sardinia on 5th May, covering a total of 3572 km in 21 stages.

After the first phases in Sardinia and Sicily, they will head north to face legendary climbs such as Blockhaus (9th stage, 14th May), Mortirolo, Stelvio and Umbrailpass (King’s stage, 23rd May). From there, it’s on to the Dolomites via Pordoi, Valparola and Gardena, final destination St. Ulrich (18th stage, 25th May). A 28 km-long individual time trial from Monza to Milan (the 21st stage) on 28th May will decide the overall winner, if this has not already been decided by previous races.

The 100th Giro d’Italia is set to feature the world's best racers

If you are focusing on the overall prize, like Nairo Quintana's Movistar team is, there won’t be a second to lose over the next three weeks. This means that having the right equipment can make all the difference. As an official partner, this is where ABUS has been able to step in thanks to the ergonomic fit, aerodynamics, and innovative features of their high-tech helmets. The world’s best team is reaping the benefits from the joint development and the aerodynamic advantages of the GameChanger. Of course on hot days and during mountain stages, the team will still be able to fall back on the features of their TecTical all-rounder team helmet.

ABUS and Movistar will be joining forces for the first time in a grand tour at the 100th Giro d’Italia, one of the three week tours that make up the World Tour.

In the fight for the coveted pink jersey awarded to the overall leader, the team will not only be donning their trusted team helmet from TecTical, but also strapping on ABUS’s latest development. As such, the team will be sure to benefit from the GameChanger's incredible aerodynamics, optimum breatheability and many other features.

We change the game!

Nairo Quintana claimed stage number 9 Giro d'Italia

The first climbing stage of the 100th Giro d’Italia marked a historic day for ABUS:

Nairo Quintana claimed stage number 9 and is thereby the first ever Giro leader to wear an ABUS helmet. We change the game!
For the Movistar Team it was already the 25th victory of the ongoing season. Just a day before Quintana’s brave stage win, his team mate Gorka Izagirre claimed the victory at stage number 8.
This is what Nairo Quintana said about his race and the outstanding performance of his „boys“:
"Such a great day! I feel strong and I'm pleased to see the whole Movistar Team riding this way. All of the boys have been simply outstanding, [...] and that also brings you extra motivation to give your best.
[...]
I'm so happy I ended up winning this stage and also wearing the Maglia Rosa before the rest day.“ - Nairo Quintana

Movistar Team Line Up - 100. Giro d’Italia

100th Giro d’Italia Stages 5-28 May 2017

© ABUS und Movistar Team on Tour

05/5/2017   |   1st stage:   Alghero – Olbia, 203.0 km
06/5/2017   |   2nd stage:   Olbia - Tortoli, 208.0 km
07/5/2017   |   3rd stage:   Tortoli - Cagliari, 148.0 km
08/5/2017   |   Rest day
09/5/2017   |   4th stage:   Cefalù - Etna, 180.0 km
10/5/2017   |   5th stage:   Pedar - Messina, 157.0 km
11/5/2017   |   6th stage:   Reggio Calabria - Terme Luigiane, 207.0 km
12/5/2017   |   7th stage:   Castrovillari - Alberobello, 220.0 km
13/5/2017   |   8th stage:   Molfetta - Peschici, 189.0 km
14/5/2017   |   9th stage:   Montenero di Bisaccia - Blockhaus, 139.0 km
15/5/2017   |   Rest day
16/5/2017   |   10th stage:   Foligno - Montefalco, 39.0 km (EZF)
17/5/2017   |   11th stage:   Firenze - Bagno di Romagna, 161.0 km
18/5/2017   |   12th stage:   Forlì - Reggio Emilia, 237.0 km
19/5/2017   |   13th stage:   Reggio Emilia - Tortona, 162.0 km
20/5/2017   |   14th stage:   Castellania - Oropa, 131.0 km
21/5/2017   |   15th stage:   Valdengo - Bergamo, 199.0 km
22/5/2017   |   Rest day
23/5/2017   |   16th stage:   Rovett - Bormio, 227.0 km
24/5/2017   |   17th stage:   Tirano - Canazei, 219.0 km
25/5/2017   |   18th stage:   Moena - Ortisei/St. Urlich, 137.0 km
26/5/2017   |   19th stage:   San Candido/Innichen - Piancavallo, 191.0 km
27/5/2017   |   20th stage:   Pordenone - Asiago , 190.0 km
28/5/2017   |   21st stage:   Monza - Milano, 28.0 km (EZF) 

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