Toughest cyclists in the history of pro bike racing — part 3

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Toughest cyclists in the history of pro bike racing

Toughest cyclists in the history of pro bike racing

Andy Hampsten: The American makes the list for one of the most brutal stages ever in pro cycling, stage 14 of the 1988 Giro d’Italia over the Passo Gavia. Hampsten rode into the pink jersey in conditions that had riders crying in pain from the cold on the descent of the Gavia.

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