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1985 Giro d’Italia / Netherlands

Sporting managers: ARRIETA LUJAMBIO José Luis / GARCIA ACOSTA José Vicente
State victories1
Riders in the race9
Classification1
1985 Giro d’Italia

The Spanish team always guarantees success and fights for the ultimate triumph. In the Vuelta, it not only participates with the aim of winning stages, but also has its eye firmly on first place in the general classification. Its last overall victory was in 2009 thanks to Alejandro Valverde. It has also made it to the podium in the past three editions, consecutively. Once again, the team will aim for the top prize in 2015. This team always has a prominent role in every race of the international calendar. The Vuelta will be no exception

№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
1985 Giro d’Italia
Race details
Dates 16 May – 9 June
Stages 22 + Prologue, including one split stage
Distance 3,998.6 km (2,485 mi)
Winning time 105h 46′ 51″”
Results
Winner Bernard Hinault (FRA) (La Vie Claire)
Second Francesco Moser (ITA) (Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze)
Third Greg LeMond (USA) (La Vie Claire)

Points Johan van der Velde (NED) (Vini Ricordi-Pinarello)
Mountains José Luis Navarro (ESP) (Gemeaz Cusin-Zor)
Youth Alberto Volpi (ITA) (Sammontana-Bianchi)
Combination Urs Freuler (SUI) (Atala-Ofmega-Campagnolo)
Team Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre
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Winner Bernard Hinault (FRA) (La Vie Claire)
Second Francesco Moser (ITA) (Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze)
Third Greg LeMond (USA) (La Vie Claire)

Points Johan van der Velde (NED) (Vini Ricordi-Pinarello)
Mountains José Luis Navarro (ESP) (Gemeaz Cusin-Zor)
Youth Alberto Volpi (ITA) (Sammontana-Bianchi)
Combination Urs Freuler (SUI) (Atala-Ofmega-Campagnolo)
Team Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre

Teams

  • Ariostea
  • Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre
  • Atala-Ofmega-Campagnolo
  • Carrera–Inoxpran
  • Cilo-Aufina
  • Del Tongo-Colnago
  • Dromedario-Laminox
  • Gemeaz Cusin-Zor
  • Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze
  • La Vie Claire
  • Maggi Mobili-Fanini
  • Malvor-Bottecchia
  • Murella-Rossin
  • Varta-Café de Colombia
  • Sammontana-Bianchi
  • Santini-Conti-Galli
  • 7-Eleven
  • Skil-Sem
  • Supermercati Brianzoli
  • Vini Ricordi-Pinarello

Route and stages

Stage characteristics and winners
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 16 May Verona 6.6 km (4 mi) Individual time trial Francesco Moser (ITA)
1 17 May Verona to Busto Arsizio 218 km (135 mi) Plain stage Urs Freuler (SUI)
2 18 May Busto Arsizio to Milan 38 km (24 mi) Team time trial Del Tongo-Colnago
3 19 May Milan to Pinzolo 190 km (118 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Giuseppe Saronni (ITA)
4 20 May Pinzolo to Selva di Val Gardena 237 km (147 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Hubert Seiz (SUI)
5 21 May Selva di Val Gardena to Vittorio Veneto 225 km (140 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Emanuele Bombini (ITA)
6 22 May Vittorio Veneto to Cervia 237 km (147 mi) Plain stage Frank Hoste (BEL)
7 23 May Cervia to Jesi 185 km (115 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Orlando Maini (ITA)
24 May Rest day
8a 25 May Foggia to Foggia 45 km (28 mi) Plain stage Stefano Allocchio (ITA)
8b Foggia to Matera 167 km (104 mi) Plain stage Acácio da Silva (POR)
9 26 May Matera to Crotone 237 km (147 mi) Plain stage Paolo Rosola (ITA)
10 27 May Crotone to Paola 203 km (126 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Acácio da Silva (POR)
11 28 May Paola to Salerno 240 km (149 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Stefano Allocchio (ITA)
12 29 May Capua to Maddaloni 38 km (24 mi) Individual time trial Bernard Hinault (FRA)
13 30 May Maddaloni to Frosinone 154 km (96 mi) Plain stage Urs Freuler (SUI)
14 31 May Frosinone to Gran Sasso d’Italia 195 km (121 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Franco Chioccioli (ITA)
15 1 June L’Aquila to Perugia 208 km (129 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Ron Kiefel (USA)
16 2 June Perugia to Cecina 217 km (135 mi) Plain stage Giuseppe Saronni (ITA)
17 3 June Cecina to Modena 248 km (154 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Daniel Gisiger (SUI)
4 June Rest day
18 5 June Monza to Domodossola 128 km (80 mi) Plain stage Paolo Rosola (ITA)
19 6 June Domodossola to Saint-Vincent 247 km (153 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Francesco Moser (ITA)
20 7 June Saint-Vincent to Valnontey di Cogne 58 km (36 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Andrew Hampsten (USA)
21 8 June Saint-Vincent to Genoa 229 km (142 mi) Plain stage Urs Freuler (SUI)
22 9 June Lido di Camaiore to Lucca 48 km (30 mi) Individual time trial Francesco Moser (ITA)
Total 3,998.6 km (2,485 mi)

Classification leadership

Classification leadership by stage
Stage Winner General classification
Points classification
Mountains classification
Young rider classification
Team classification
P Francesco Moser Francesco Moser not awarded not awarded not awarded not awarded
1 Urs Freuler Urs Freuler Roberto Calovi Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze
2 Del Tongo-Colnago Giuseppe Saronni Del Tongo-Colnago
3 Giuseppe Saronni Giuseppe Saronni Acácio da Silva Alberto Volpi
4 Hubert Seiz Roberto Visentini Johan van der Velde Carrera–Inoxpran
5 Emanuele Bombini
6 Frank Hoste Urs Freuler
7 Orlando Maini Johan van der Velde
8a Stefano Allocchio
8b Acácio da Silva
9 Paolo Rosola
10 Acácio da Silva Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre
11 Stefano Allocchio
12 Bernard Hinault Bernard Hinault Johan van der Velde & Urs Freuler
13 Urs Freuler Urs Freuler
14 Franco Chioccioli Johan van der Velde
15 Ron Kiefel
16 Giuseppe Saronni
17 Daniel Gisiger José Luis Navarro Del Tongo-Colnago
18 Paolo Rosola
19 Francesco Moser
20 Andrew Hampsten Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre
21 Urs Freuler
22 Francesco Moser
Final Bernard Hinault Johan van der Velde José Luis Navarro Alberto Volpi Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre

Final standings

Legend
Denotes the winner of the General classification Denotes the winner of the Mountains classification
Denotes the winner of the Points classification Denotes the winner of the Young rider classification

General classification

Final general classification (1–10)
Rank Name Team Time
1 Bernard Hinault (FRA) La Vie Claire 105h 46′ 51″”
2 Francesco Moser (ITA) Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze + 1′ 08″”
3 Greg LeMond (USA) La Vie Claire + 2′ 55″”
4 Tommy Prim (SWE) Sammontana-Bianchi + 4′ 53″”
5 Marino Lejarreta (ESP) Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre + 6′ 30″”
6 Gianbattista Baronchelli (ITA) Supermercati Brianzoli + 6′ 32″”
7 Silvano Contini (ITA) Ariostea + 7′ 22″”
8 Michael Wilson (AUS) Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre + 7′ 38″”
9 Franco Chioccioli (ITA) Maggi Mobili-Fanini + 8′ 33″”
10 Alberto Volpi (ITA) Sammontana-Bianchi + 10′ 31″”

Points classification

Final points classification (1–5)
Rider Team Points
1 Johan van der Velde (NED) Carrera–Inoxpran 195
2 Urs Freuler (SUI) Atala 172
3 Francesco Moser (ITA) Gis Gelati-Trentino Vacanze 140
4 Frank Hoste (BEL) Del Tongo 126
5 Franco Chioccioli (ITA) Maggi Mobili-Fanini 122

Mountains classification

Final mountains classification (1–5)
Rider Team Points
1 José Luis Navarro (ESP) Gemeaz Cusin-Zor 54
2 Reynel Montoya (COL) Varta-Café de Colombia 47
3 Rafael Acevedo (COL) Varta-Café de Colombia 38
4 Acácio da Silva (POR) Malvor-Bottecchia 32
5 Andrew Hampsten (USA) 7-Eleven 30

Young rider classification

Final young rider’s classification (1–5)
Rider Team Time
1 Alberto Volpi (ITA) Sammontana-Bianchi 105h 57′ 22″”
2 Marco Giovannetti (ITA) Ariostea + 3′ 59″”
3 José Luis Navarro (ESP) Gemeaz Cusin-Zor + 10′ 19″”
4 Andrew Hampsten (USA) 7-Eleven + 10′ 52″”
5 Luca Rota (ITA) Murella-Rossin + 15′ 47″”

Team classification

Final team classification (1–3)
Team Time
1 Alpilatte-Olmo-Cierre 315h 47′ 32″”
2 Del Tongo-Colnago + 4′ 44″”
3 La Vie Claire + 5′ 29″”


General classification
(maglia rosa)


Points classification
(maglia ciclamino)


Mountains classification
(maglia azzurra)


Young rider classification
(maglia bianca)


Team classification
(classifica a squadre)