The Ghisallo Cycling Museum returned to host the Torriani Award for the third year in a row; a well-established tradition since the pandemic. The ceremony is now in its 25th year and was created at the behest of Gianni Torriani and his brothers in memory of his father Vincenzo, the historic patron of the Giro, to award former athletes and those who have left an indelible mark on the world of cycling.

This year the sculpture by artist Domenico Greco was presented to Moreno Argentin, Pier Bergonzi and Giancarlo Brocci, who together remembered the figure of the historic patron.

The special Cuore d’argento award, on the other hand, went to Italo Zilioli, one of the greats of Italian cycling whose palmares include five stages at the Giro d’Italia, one at the Tour de France and a Tirreno Adriatico