Every year, Italy becomes the home of Giro. The Giro d'Italia also known as the Giro is an annual multiple-stage bicycle race with riders and attendees from across the world.
The route changes every year but the basic format remains the same with time trials and a passage through the Alps and Dolomites.
There are 21 stages taking place over a 23 days period that includes 2 days for rest time. There are also other classifications for the Sprinters, Climbers, Young Riders under 25 and Teams.
Stage 1: Monreale - Palermo TISSOT ITT - 15.1 km
Stage 2: Alcamo - Agrigento - 149 km
Stage 3: Enna - Etna (Linguaglossa Piano Provenzana) - 150 km
Stage 4: Catania - Villafranca Tirrena - 140 km
Stage 5: Mileto - Camigliatello Silano - 225 km
Stage 6: Castrovillari - Matera - 188 km
Stage 7: Matera - Brindisi - 143 km
Stage 8: Giovinazzo - Vieste (Gargano) - 200 km
Stage 9: San Salvo - Roccaraso (Aremogna) - 207 km
Stage 10: Lanciano - Tortoreto - 177 km
Stage 11: Porto SantâElpidio - Rimini - 182 km
Stage 12: Cesenatico - Cesenatico - 204 km
Stage 13: Cervia - Monselice - 192 km
Stage 14: Conegliano - Valdobbiadene (Prosecco Superiore Wine Stage) TISSOT ITT - 34.1 km
Stage 15: Base Aerea Rivolto (Frecce Tricolori) - Piancavallo - 185 km
Stage 16: Udine - San Daniele del Friuli - 229 km
Stage 17: Bassano del Grappa - Madonna di Campiglio - 203 km
Stage 18: Pinzolo - Laghi di Cancano (Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio) - 207 km
Stage 19: Morbegno - Asti - 253 km
Stage 20: Alba - Sestriere - 198 km
Stage 21: Cernusco sul Naviglio - Milano TISSOT ITT - 15.7 km
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