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86th Giro d'Italia
Stage 17 Salice Terme 28 May 2003

Fassa Bortolo

Photos courtesy of Fabio, all rights reserved.
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Fassa Bortolo

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Alessandro Petacchi trying to fix his saddle

 

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Petacchi posed for photos with fans.

 

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Petacchi and another fan. His six winning sprints in this year's Giro, and the fighting spirit he displayed after Sunday's crash, definitely earned the 29-year-old from La Spezia a huge popularity among cycling fans.

 

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Not just Petacchi though. Fassa is here with other big names. And one of them certainly is Dario Frigo.

 

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UK-born, and former MTB sensation, Dario David Cioni

 

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Mr. Cioni, part two

 

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Italy's Marzio Bruseghin,a newcomer to Fassa, last year with iBanesto.com

 

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Luxembourgian Kim Kirchen, who had a great performance in last Sunday's ITT

 

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Legendary DS Giancarlo Ferretti, one of most successful team managers of all times.

 

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Alessandro Petacchi's Pinarello Dogma bike.

 

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A more detailed of image of the rear wheel of Petacchi's own bike.

 

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Kim Kirchen's Pinarello bike.

 

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And last but not least, Matteo Tosatto's.
 
 
 

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