Peloton rider Julian Edmondson has lost just under 25 kilograms, with his weight dropping to less than 25 kilograms.

The 21-year-old will start the Giro d’Italia, the first time he’s competed in the race since May.

It’s been a tough season for the world’s biggest cycling team, which has struggled to win races due to injuries and suspensions.

Edmonds first victory came in June, when he took the sprint in the Tour de France and then finished third in the overall.

Since then, the team has not won a race.

He also missed the Tour of Qatar and the Vuelta a Espana.

In January, he broke his leg during training and missed the remainder of the season.

He said on his Twitter account that the break meant he had “not been able to train for a long time”.

The team said it had not yet been able do a detailed analysis of the athlete’s condition but said he was recovering well.