Young Trek-Segafredo rider winds down between Tour of California stages by showing off his wheelie skills. Plus scroll on for more cycling videos

Niccolò Bonifazio (Trek-Segafredo) shows that his skills go beyond his role in the peloton. The young rider pulls a one-handed to no-handed wheelie between stages at the Tour of California.

Such skills have added to the hype around Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), who obviously wins as often as he shows off. If Bonifazio can emulate the Slovak’s winning ways as well as his tricks, he’ll have a very good career indeed.

Giro d’Italia stage 16 highlights

What a day. Steven Kruijswijk (LottoNL-Jumbo) repelled attacks from all his main rivals, and in the end increased his lead in the overall GC at the Giro d’Italia.

Alejandro Valaverde (Movistar) took the stage win and moved up to third with five stages remaining.

Joe’s not happy (contains swearing)

Joe Dombrowski (Cannondale Pro Cycling) found himself in no man’s land on stage 16 of the Giro, and he wasn’t pleased about it.

This video contains swearing.

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Find out more about the leader of the Giro

Steven Kruijswijk appeared on a lot of people’s radars at the 2015 Giro d’Italia when he challenged for the king of the mountains classification and climbed with the best in the last week.

So far in 2016 he has ridden almost the perfect race: slipping unnoticed into a top five position before smashing his way to the top of the standings.

This video gives you a bit of background on the 28-year-old who could be set to become the first Dutch winner of the Giro d’Italia.

A funny look at the Giro d’Italia’s uphill time trial

Orica-GreenEdge‘s ‘Backstage Pass’ is a always gives fans a fun look behind the scenes at one of the WorldTour‘s leading teams.

This week we see video producer Dan Jones take on the role of DS as he follows Sam Bewley up the 10km climb on stage 15.