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Biciclette da Giro del Mondo 2022 | Allestimenti, dettagli, foto e approfondimenti

Biciclette da Giro del Mondo 2022 | Allestimenti, dettagli, foto e approfondimenti

Why World Tour Bicycles are so special? In this guide, you’ll find all the Team 2022 machines, tech specs, and highlights that make Pros’ bikes so unique and desired.

Before going into the details, the big news for 2022 is that the World Tour teams will go from 19 to 18, with the exclusion of Team Qhubeka NextHash. There are also many name changes, related to the entry of new sponsors.

In terms of bicycles and components, the most significant change concerns the BikeExchange-Jayco team, which will not use Bianchi bikes but will be sponsored by Giant, which returns to the World Tour after a one-year break.


AG2R Citroën Team (ACT) – BMC


Team AG2R Citroën maintains the same setup as last year, with BMC bicycles and Campagnolo wheels, and groupset. The bottom bracket is supplied by Cema, a lesser-known Belgian brand that is specialized in low-friction bearings for bicycles. The team rides a range of five different Fizik saddles, depending on rider preference.

Frames: BMC Teammachine SLR01 / Timemachine Road / Timemachine (TT)
Groupset: Campagnolo Super Record EPS / Cema bottom bracket
Wheels: Campagnolo Bora WTO / WTO Ultra
Components: BMC Integrated Handlebar
Pedals: Look Kéo Blade Ceramic
Power Meter: Power2Max
Tires: Pirelli P Zero
Other: Fizik saddles, Fizik handlebar tape, Elite bottle cages, Wahoo Elemnt computer

On Bike-room we are proud to be able to offer you the authentic BMC bikes used in 2021 by Team AG2R Citroen. Superior bicycles designed and equipped to support the French Team’s extraordinary roster of talent, including Tour de France stage winner Ben O’Connor, 5-time U23 World Champion Benoit Cosnefroy, Liège – Bastogne – Liège Monument Classic winner Bob Jungels, and Olympic champion and BMC mainstay Greg Van Avermaet. We selected them with BMC engineers and reconditioned them for you with the best components: complete Campagnolo Super Record EPS groupset, new VISION SC wheels in limited Team version, Fizik saddle.

Astana-Qazaqstan (AST) – WILIER


A change of sponsors has seen Canada’s Premier Tech switch to co-sponsoring Israel-Premier Tech, leaving Astana with an all-Kazakhstan line of sponsors. This year the team racked up former riders, with the comeback of Vincenzo Nibali and Miguel Angel Lopez, and signed Gianni Moscon from Ineos-Grenadiers.

The bicycles remain Wilier. The Wilier Filante is a lightweight, aerodynamic all-around bike, while the Zero SLR aims to be even lighter. The new Willier Turbine SLR time trial bike was also presented at the Giro d’Italia.

In terms of equipment, the most important change is a switch from Wolfpack tires to Vittoria tires, so not much, with the same mix of Wilier bikes, Shimano drivetrain, and Corima wheels, as well as faster CeramicSpeed bottom brackets and rear derailleur pulley wheels as in 2021.

Frames: Wilier Triestina Filante SLR / 0 SLR / Turbine SLR (TT)
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 / CeramicSpeed bottom bracket
Wheels: Corima
Components: Wilier integrated handlebars
Pedals: Look Kéo Blade
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Vittoria Corsa
Other: Prologo saddles, Tacx bottle cages, Prologo handlebar tape, CeramicSpeed OSPW system, Garmin computer.

The bike is now in the hands of one of you, but we shot this memorable video on this very special bike.

Now available on our platform is the 2021 Team Astana Wilier. Among them is a real gem with limited edition custom paint!

Bahrain Victorious (TBV) – Merida


Bahrain Victorious is another team that stays true to last year’s formula. The main change is the new and even lighter/aerodynamic Merida Scultura. It is more integrated and more aerodynamic, although it was used for most of last year, although the official launch did not occur until September.

The team also rides a new fourth-generation Time Warp TT bike for 2022.

Frames: Merida Scultura Disc Team / Reacto Disc Team / Time Warp TT
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Vision Metron
Components: FSA / Vision K-Force / Metron 5D, 6D handlebars, and stem, FSA Seatpost (Sculpture only)
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Continental Competition Pro LTD
Other: Prologo saddles and bar tape, Elite bottle cages

Here at Bike-room, we had as a guest Claudio Marra, FSA and VISION Vice President, which with its components actively supports the Team and contributes actively to the successes of the team champions. In the full interview, he revealed to us some interesting anecdotes about the technical development of the wheels of Morhic, Caruso, and teammates.

Bora-Hansgrohe (BOH) –  Specialized


On the gear side, Bora-Hansgrohe continues as usual, with Specialized and Roval as the main suppliers, and the groupset is Shimano Dura-Ace Di2.

Frames: Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 / Shiv TT

Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Roval
Components: Pro handlebar and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Specialized S-Works Turbo / Turbo Cotton / Rapid Air
Other: Specialized saddles and bottle cages, Wahoo Elemnt computer

Cofidis (COF) –  De Rosa

Photo: Cofidis/

This year Cofidis continues to use De Rosa Merak, SK Pininfarina, and the new TT Disc bicycles, all with a new livery. The team has the same Campagnolo Super Record EPS groupset with an SRM power meter. The main change concerns the switch from Fulcrum wheels to Corima. This brings the number of Corima teams in the WorldTour to two this year, increasing the perception of what is a relatively minor wheel brand in the higher scene of professional cycling.

Frames: De Rosa Merak / TT-03
Groupset: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Wheels: Corima
Components: FSA/Vision ACR handlebars and stems
Pedals: Look Keo
Power Meter: SRM Campagnolo
Tires: Michelin Power
Other: Selle Italia saddles, Elite Cannibal XC bottle cages, Wahoo Elemnt computers

Only on Bike-room, thanks to our solid partnership with De-Rosa, you can buy Team Cofidis bikes (currently out of stock but coming soon). Among them we had the De Rosa SK Pininfarina 2021 that belonged to Fabio Sabatini, celebrating this great “pioneer” of modern sprinters. The SK Pininfarina DISC is a lightweight and aerodynamic bicycle with clean lines and state-of-the-art technical solutions. This bicycle combines De Rosa’s technological perfection with Pininfarina’s elegant shapes. The result is a 950g carbon Aero frame with a flat geometry, developed in a wind tunnel, ideal for those who need a performance racing bike. View all De Rosa bicycles available on Bike-room.

EF Education-EasyPost (EFE)

Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images

EF Education-EasyPost, surely the team with the “coolest” image in the World Tour, continues to race with Cannondale. The bikes are the all-around SuperSix EVO, the aero road SystemSix and Super Slice for the TT, while FSA and Vision will provide wheels and cockpits. This year the team switched to Wahoo computers, along with the brand’s sneakers and other equipment, and also continues to use Wahoo Speedplay pedals. Riders used Power2Max power meters in early season races, although a switch to the new Speedplay power meter seems likely.

Frames: Cannondale SuperSix EVO / SystemSix / SuperSlice (TT)
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Vision Metron
Components: FSA/Vision K-Force / Metron 5D, 6D
Pedals: Speedplay
Power Meter: Power2Max NG Road Cannondale
Tires: Vittoria Corsa / Corsa Speed
Other: Prologo saddles, FSA crowns, Tacx bottle cages, Wahoo computer

Available on Bike-room is the latest Super Six EVO ridden by the Team EF Pro Cycling pros in 2021.  A true icon of style and technique, designed for the champions of the most Hype team in the World Tour.

Ineos-Grenadiers (IGD) – Pinarello

Photo: Peter Stuart/

Team Ineos-Grenadiers riders are equipped with the Dogma F, the latest version from Pinarello as early as the middle of last year, and at the same time, they have mostly switched to pedaling with disc brakes, after being the last stronghold of traditional brakes among the pros for years. Otherwise, things remain much the same, albeit with a 12-speed Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 groupset. You’ll also find Dura-Ace wheels, although Ineos is leaning toward other wheel brands, including Lightweight and Princeton, Fizik saddles, and Pinarello’s MOST cockpits.

In Bike-room we were able to ” put our hands” on some of these jewels. Five unique pieces, two of them limited editions, inspected and refurbished for you by our World Tour mechanic. We also had the honor of receiving directly from Gianni Moscon, his signed Dogma F. Gianni, now with Team Astana, allowed us an exclusive interview to tell us about his feelings in the race, share with us the emotions of the 2021 Paris-Roubaix lived as a protagonist and about his passions and personal projects.

This bike, produced in a one-off and signed by the athlete, was auctioned on Catawiki. Part of the proceeds was donated to MelaMango, a non-profit organization working in Africa with the goal of contributing to the dream of Davide Chini, a friend of Gianni’s who died in an accident.

Frame: Pinarello Dogma F / Bolide (TT)
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace / Pro
Components: MOST handlebars and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Continental Competition Pro Ltd
Other: Fizik saddles, Elite bottle cages, Garmin computer

Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux (IWG) – CUBE

Photo: Cube

Again this year, with Cube bicycles and especially the Litening aerodynamic road bike, Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux is now also using Cube’s wheels from the Newmen sub-brand, with profiles from 50 mm to 80 mm. Cube made the most of the available bicycle space with huge logos for both brands.

Other components and finishing kits remain as last year, with Shimano Dura-Ace, CeramicSpeed’s OSPW system, and Bryton Rider 750 computers.

Frames: Cube Litening C:68X / Aerium TT
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Newmen Advanced SL
Components: Cube integrated bar/rod
Pedals: Look Kéo
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Continental
Other: Prologo saddles, Elite cages, CeramicSpeed OSPW, Bryton computer

Israel-Premier Tech (IPT) – FACTOR

Photo: factor

Factor bicycles are supporting Team Israel-Premier Tech also this year, with the premium lightweight VAM frame paired with cockpits and wheels from Black Inc, a sub-brand of Factor. This year Israel-Premier Tech switched from entirely Shimano chains and power meters to Rotor. Shimano continues to supply Dura-Ace Di2 derailleurs. Oval chainrings are not as popular as they were a few years ago, but we may see some make an appearance. Other kits, including CeramicSpeed bearings and Hammerhead computers, are up to the task as usual.

Frames: Factor Ostro VAM / O2 VAM / One Disc / Slick (TT)
Groupset: Rotor Aldhu chain, Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 rear derailleur
Wheels: Black Inc 30 / 45 / 60
Components: Black Inc monoblock
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Rotor INspider
Tires: Maxxis High Road
Other: Selle Italia saddles, CeramicSpeed and OSPW bottom bracket, Elite bottle cages, Hammerhead Karoo 2 computer, SwissStop brake pads

Jumbo-Visma (TJV) – CERVELO

Photo: Luca Bettini/SCA/Cor Vos © 2022

It was a winning formula last year, with Primož Roglič triumphing at the Vuelta an España and the Olympics, and Wout van Aert winning just about everywhere, so why change? After the “epochal switch” of bikes, from Bianchi to Cervélo, this year’s Jumbo-Visma, fresh Tour De France winner with Jonas Vingegaard, sampled to triumph by the outstanding Wout, remains loyal to the Canadian brand, with the rest of the components and finishing kit unchanged.

In Bike-room we have a wide selection of Cervélo bicycles. Known for its racing soul, for more than two decades the goal at Cervélo has been simple: to design and build the fastest bikes in the world. Whether you are a Gran Fondo hunter or an Ironman champion, with Cervélo you will always have the best to reach and break your personal records.

Frames: Cervélo R5 Disc / S5 / Caledonia / P5 (TT)
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace
Components: Cervélo handlebars and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Vittoria
Other: Fizik saddles, Tacx bottle cages, Garmin computer

Lotto-Soudal (LTS) – RIDLEY

The big change this year for Lotto-Soudal is the switch from the Campagnolo groupset and wheelset, which it had been using since a long time, to Shimano Di2 and DT Swiss wheels. This involved switching from the SRM power meter to 4iiii. Like AG2R Citroën, the team uses Cema bottom bracket bearings. For the 13th year, the team continues to use bikes from the Belgian brand Ridley. Here in Bike-room two, really rare frames from Ridley have stopped by. We are talking about 2 exclusive paint jobs made by the Belgian brand, for two of its Top Riders: Thomas De Gendt and John Degenkolb.

Frames: Ridley Noah Fast Disc / Helium SLX Disc / Dean Fast (TT)
Drivetrain: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 / Cema Bearings
Wheels: DT Swiss
Components: Deda handlebars and stem
Pedals: Look Kéo
Power Meter: 4iiii
Tires: Vittoria Corsa / Corsa Speed
Other: Selle Italia saddles, Tacx bottle cages, Garmin computer

Movistar Team (MOV) – CANYON

Movistar is another team that has made no equipment changes this year. Its Canyon Aeroad CFR bicycles feature an all-SRAM kit, with a SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset, SRAM/Quarq power meter, and Zipp wheels.

Frames: Canyon Aeroad CFR / Ultimate CF SLX / Speedmax CF SLX (TT)
Drivetrain: SRAM Red eTap AXS
Wheels: Zipp
Components: Canyon handlebars and stem
Pedals: Look Kéo
Power Meter: SRAM Red AXS
Tires: Continental Competition Pro Ltd
Other: Fizik saddles, Canyon bottle cages, Garmin computer, Lizard Skins handlebar tape

QuickStep Alpha Vinyl Team (QST) – SPECIALIZED


Once again this year, QuickStep Alpha Vinyl chose the Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 with Roval wheels and Spesh tires. The Belgian team also again chose Shimano Dura-Ace for the groupset – upgraded to 12 speeds – and Shimano power meter.

Frame: Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 / Shiv TT
Transmission: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Roval
Components: PRO/Roval handlebar and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Specialized S-Works Turbo / Turbo Cotton / Rapid Air
Other: Specialized saddles, CeramicSpeed bearings, Tacx bottle cages, Supercaz handlebar tape, Garmin computer

Team BikeExchange-Jayco (BEX) – GIANT

Photo: Giant

We love puns, and Team BikeExchange-Jayco made an easy one by swapping bikes for the second year: keep up the good work, guys! After one season, the team dropped Bianchi Bicycles and switched to Giant bikes with Giant’s Cadex performance brand wheels, tires, handlebars, and saddles. The new Giant computer and Stages Dash 200 is the riders’ headset. Shimano remains the groupset supplier, with Dura-Ace Di2 as the only non-Giant component. The partnership with Giant lasts until 2024, so next year we will be out of luck with puns.

Frames: Giant TCR Advanced SL Disc /Propel Advanced Disc /Trinity Advanced Pro (TT)
Drivetrain: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Cadex 36, 42, 65
Components: Cadex handlebars and stems
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Cadex
Other: Cadex saddles, Giant bottle cages, Giant computer


Team DSM keeps the same equipment as last year, using Scott bikes with Shimano Dura-Ace groupsets and wheels, as well as Syncros components, PRO saddles, and Wahoo computers.

Frames: Scott Addict RC / Foil RC / Plasma 5 (TT)
Transmission: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace
Components: Syncros handlebar and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: Shimano Dura-Ace
Tires: Vittoria
Other: PRO saddles, Elite bottle cages, Wahoo computer

Trek-Segafredo (TFS) – TREK

Photo: Trek

Like Movistar, Trek-Segafredo is also riding SRAM groupsets this year, but in this case with wheels from Trek’s Bontrager brand. The biggest change is a new version of the time trial bike, the Speed Concept, launched late last year. According to Trek, it will save 16 watts at 40 kilometers per hour and now features IsoSpeed.

Road stage bikes remain unchanged, with the aerodynamic and lightweight Emonda SLR and the aerodynamic and flat Madone SLR.

Frames: Trek Émonda SLR / Madone SLR / Speed Concept (TT)
Transmission: SRAM Red eTap AXS
Wheels: Bontrager Aeolus
Components: Bontrager handlebar and stem
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Power Meter: SRAM Red AXS
Tires: Pirelli
Other: Bontrager saddles, Wahoo computer

UAE Team Emirates (UAD) – COLNAGO


Last team, but only on the list, the UAE Team Emirates of two-time Tour de France champion Tadej Pogačar continues to use Colnago bikes this year, fully Campagnolo-equipped and with SRM power meters. Despite the release of the new Colnago C68 Dura-Ace superbike, team riders remain riding Colnago V3Rs bikes throughout the season. The K. one-time trial bike has been replaced by the Colnago TT1.

Campagnolo Bora wheels are fitted with Pirelli P Zero tires.

Frames: Colnago V3Rs / Concept / C64 / TT1 (TT)
Drivetrain: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Wheels: Campagnolo Bora
Components: Deda handlebar and stem
Pedals: Look Kéo
Power Meter: SRM
Tires: Pirelli P Zero
Other: Prologo saddles, Elite bottle cages, SRM computer

We are among the few in the world to offer authentic Pro bikes. The same bikes you’ve seen climb and sprint in the most iconic stages of the Grand Tours, or tackle the toughest terrain of the Northern Classics and Cyclocross circuits. Yes, you can make your dreams come true here.

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