Rubiano solos wins on Giro'd Italia Stage 6

Androni Giocattoli Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez 剛剛在五月十一日環意第六站由 Urbino Porto Santo Elpidio 二百一十公里的比賽中,在賽程中段多名車手突圍而出組成領先集團,最後在距離終點四十公里時再單飛出擊,當時突圍車手集團領先主車群大約五分多鐘,最後他以 5:38:30 贏得第六站分站冠軍並獲得 20 秒減秒獎勵,Rubiano 現在於終成績排名第四!


Giro, Bianchi Oltre shines brightly with Rubiano’s solo win


Androni Giocattoli's Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez on Bianchi Oltre took an outstanding solo win at Giro d'Italia's stage-6, 210 km from Urbino to Porto Santo Elpidio (Central Italy), on Friday, May 11th. Colombian rider left the early race's breakaway group with 45 km to go, crossing the finish line with a 1:10 advantage on the the new race leader Adriano Malori.


Rubiano is now 4th in the GC, although Colombian rider was pedaling on his Oltre virtually wearing the pink jersey until three km to go, after having taken the KOM classification lead. Rubiano took Colombian 15th victory at Giro d'Italia and the third for Bianchi Oltre bike: the previous victories had been taken by Angel Vicioso in Rapallo (North-West Italy) and Josè Rujano on the Grossglockner tophill (Austria) in 2011.

Colombian rider Miguel Rubiano (Androni Giocattoli) produced the best performance of his career to win stage six of the 2012 Giro d’Italia at Porto Sant'Elpidio, as the race headed to the hills for the first time.

The 27-year-old was part of a breakaway group that put some distance between themselves and the peloton early on in the race and he made his bid for glory with around 45km to go. He crossed the line in a time of 5:38:30, earning himself the 20-second time bonus on offer. He also seized control of the mountains classification.

“At first I was just aiming for the mountain points, but then when I heard how far behind the group was I decided to take a risk and try a breakaway, and it went well,” a delighted Rubiano said afterwards.


At 2012 Giro Androni Giocattoli already took a Top-5 with sprinter Roberto Ferrari in the stage-2.

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