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Great start for blue-and-white cycling at Giro d'Italia

Israel Start-Up Nation's German rider Rick Zabel earns 'King of the Mountains' after opening stage of Grand Tour

Israel Cycling Academy to race in the Tour de France

According to a statement by the team, ICA signed an agreement with Katusha Management: the Israeli team will race in the World Tour under the existing Katusha license.

 Sylvan Adams (C, blue), honorary president of Giro d'Italia's "Big Start" Israel

Israel Cycling Academy takes part in the 2019 'Giro d’Italia'

In 2018 Israel hosted the three opening stages of the "Giro," marking the first time that a Grand Tour held a stage outside Europe.

Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai (second from left) and Canadian-Israeli philanthropist Sylvan Adams (right

Pedaling a new path: new bike trails inaugurated in Tel Aviv

The mayor added: “This new path will give thousands of commuters a healthier and safer path to work.”

President of SpaceIL Morris Kahn with Canadian-Israeli businessman Sylvan Adams at IAI

Billionare Sylvan Adams joins Israeli space project

SpaceIL announced Monday that Adams would be joining their groundbreaking project and donating $5 million to the effort.


Giro d’Italia, Mahmoud Abbas and Jerusalem

The launching of the race in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is a sign of solidarity, of identification.

Giro d'Italia in Israel: Far more than a cycling race

For many years Israel advocates have sought to sell an image of “brand Israel” that differs from the headlines about conflict and politics.

GIRO D’ITALIA cyclists at the entrance to Yad Vashem.

Grapevine: The Bike Age

A round-up of news from around Israel.

Top cyclists launch historic Giro d’Italia race on Jerusalem’s roadways

Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev revealed the government has invested about NIS 30 million in the initiative.

A hiking trail named after the late Italian cyclist and Righteous Among the Nations Gino Bartali

Ahead of Giro d’Italia, Gino Bartali honored for heroism during WWII

Yad Vashem posthumously grants Bartali Israeli citizenship.

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