The Return of Castelli

After more than two decades, Castelli once again returns as the official jersey sponsor of the leader's jerseys for the Giro d'Italia. Whether you prefer to represent the overall leader, pay homage to the race's best climber, or honor the standout junior rider, these official replica jerseys display your commitment to the race in impeccable style.

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Castelli becomes the official jersey sponsor of the Giro d'Italia, marking the first Castelli-made Maglia Rosa, which was won by Giovanni Battaglin.


Frenchman Bernard Hinault wins his second Giro d'Italia GC title.
Francesco Moser wins the Maglia Rosa for the only time in his career, in a result that was dictated largely by his impressive time trialing. Moser had won the Points Classification in four previous Giros.



Bernard Hinault wins his third and final Maglia Rosa. Each of his successful GC campaigns was undertaken while wearing Castelli clothing.
Roberto Visentini defeats favorites Francesco Moser and Greg LeMond to win his first and only Maglia Rosa.


Irishman Stephen Roche wins the GC, becoming the first rider hailing from outside of mainland Europe to do so.



Widely remembered for his 1991 GC victory, Franco Chioccioli sports the Maglia Rosa, which he held until Stage 6 of the 1988 edition. Andy Hampsten would go on to win that year's GC, becoming the first and only American to have won the Maglia Rosa.


Laurent Fignon, wearing the Maglia Rosa, outsprints Marizio Fondriest to narrowly win the 1989 GC title.
Gianni Bugno wins the GC and Points Classification in one fell swoop.



In the highpoint of his cycling career, Franco Chioccioli takes the GC win.


Castelli ends its run as the official supplier of leader's jerseys for the Giro d'Italia, with Gianni Bugno winning the Maglia Rosa.
Castelli makes its joyous return to supplying the Giro d'Italia leader's jerseys.


The Maglia Rosa

Borrowing its distinctive pink hue from the newspaper pages of the race's original sponsor, the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Maglia Rosa is an object of adoration for cycling fans the world over. It has been donned by such giants as Coppi, Merckx, and most recently Tom Dumoulin, just to name but a few from the illustrious list who have earned the right to wear this iconic leader's jersey.

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The Leader’s Jerseys

The Giro d'Italia's remaining leader’s jerseys have history and panache to spare. From the points leader's jersey, the red Maglia Ciclamino, to the distinctive blue climber's jersey, the Maglia Azzurra, to the best junior rider's jersey, the Maglia Bianca, each is a faithful rendering of those that will feature heavily throughout this year's race, making them coveted objects for the truest of fans.

The Stage Jerseys

The 101st edition of the Giro d'Italia will offer fans a race for the ages, so it's only fitting to commemorate the noteworthy cities that define year's stages. Starting in Jerusalem and finishing in Rome, this year's edition is bookended by two cities whose influence has been felt across the globe for millennia, making this a historic twist to the world's most beautiful race.

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