Details of the route for the 102nd edition of the 21-stage Giro d’Italia was revealed in Milan earlier this week.
Next year’s Italian Grand Tour will kick off in Bologna on May 11 and conclude after 21-stages and 3 518.5km in Verona on June 2.
The balanced but testing route will feature three time-trial stages, five mountain finishes, six low difficulty stages and seven medium difficulty stages.
Iconic Italian climbs that will be included in the route include the Passo Gavia and Passo del Mortirolo on stage 16, as well as the Croce d’Aune on the penultimate stage.
View more details of the stages below.
Stage one – May 11, Bologna to Bologna, 8.2km ITT
Stage two – May 12, Bologna to Fucecchio, 200km
stage three – May 13, Vinci to Orbetello, 219km
stage four – May 14, Orbetello to Frascati, 228km
stage five – May 15, Frascati to Terracina, 140km
stage six – May 16, Cassino to San Giovanni Rotondo, 233km
stage seven – May 17, Vasto to L’Aquila, 180km
stage eight – May 18, Tortoreto Lido to Pesaro, 235km
stage nine – May 19, Riccione to San Marino, 34.7km ITT
Rest day – May 20
stage 10 – May 21, Ravenna to Modena, 147km
stage 11 – May 22, Carpi to Novi Ligure, 206km
stage 12 – May 23, Cuneo to Pinerolo, 146km
stage 13 – May 24, Pinerolo to Ceresole Reale (Lago Serru), 188km
stage 14 – May 25, Saint-Vincent to Courmayeur (Skyway Monte Bianco), 131km
stage 15 – May 26, Ivrea to Como, 237km
Rest day – May 27
stage 16 – May 28, Lovere to Ponte di Legno, 226km
stage 17 – May 29, Commezzadura (Val di Sole) to Anterselva Antholz, 180km
stage 18 – May 30, Valdaora/Olang to Santa Maria di Sala, 220km
stage 19 – May 31, Treviso to San Martino di Castrozza, 151km
stage 20 – June 1, Feltre to Croce d’Aune Monte Avena, 193km
stage 21 – June 2, Verona (Fiera) to Verona (Arena), 15.6km ITT