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Tacx Fortius i-Magic RLV HD Giro Del Mortirolo 2008 - Italy
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Tacx Fortius i-Magic RLV HD Giro Del Mortirolo 2008 - Italy

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In this film you will get to know the three Giro d'Italia climbs that are feared by all. The Mortirolo (1.851 m), one of the toughest climbs that the sport of cycling has to offer. The Stelvio (2.758m) climbed for the first time in 1953, when cycling legend Fausto Coppi reached the top as 'numero uno'. Passo di Gavia (2.621m) that gave birth to one of the most epic Giro stages ever when Johan van der Velde conquered its snowy flanks. You will not ride through the snow in your home, but there is no doubt that seeing this film will make you break into a cold sweat.

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