Oct 3 - 25
Italy
21 stages

Giro d’Italia

The Giro d’Italia (Tour of Italy in English) is a stage cycling race created in 1909 by the newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport. It is considered as the second most important race of the Grand Tours of the UCI World Tour calendar just behind the Tour de France.

Like the Tour de France and its famous yellow jersey, the Giro d’Italia is categorized by its pink jersey which remembers the colors of the Gazzetta dello Sport, its foundator.

After a thunderous start of the season, Arnaud Démare ready to take on the cyclamen jersey !

With more than 5 sprint finishes, Arnaud Démare and his train who have been full of confidence since the start of the season will aim to conquer the cyclamen jersey of the best sprinter between October 3 and 25.

Exceptional dates due the covid-19 health crisis, the Giro d’Italia was initially scheduled to take place between May 9 and 31.

Stage 1 (ITT) – Monreale> Palermo – 15 km – 3rd october
Stage 2 – Alcamo > Agrigento – 150 km – 4th october
Stage 3 – Enna > Etna – 150 km – 5th october
Stage 4 – Catania > Villafranca Tirrena – 140 km – 6th october
Stage 5 – Mileto > Camigliatello Silano – 225 km – 7th october
Stage 6 – Castrovillari  > Matera – 188 km – 8th october
Stage 7 – Matera > Brindisi – 143 km – 9th october
Stage 8 – Giovinazzo > Vieste – 200 km – 10th october
Stage 9 – San Salvo > Roccaraso – 207 km – 11th october
Stage 10 – Lanciano > Tortoreto– 179 km – 13th october
Stage 11 – Porto Sant’Elpidio > Rimini – 182 km – 14th october
Stage 12 – Cesenatico > Cesenatico – 204 km – 15th october
Stage 13 – Cervia > Monselice – 192 km – 16th october
Stage 14 (ITT) – Conegliano > Valdobbiadene – 34,1 km – 17th october
Stage 15 – Base Area Rivolto > Piancavallo – 185 km – 18th october
Stage 16 – Udine > San Daniele del Friuli – 229 km – 20th october
Stage 17 – Bassano del Grappa > Madonna di Campiglio – 203 km – 21st october
Stage 18 – Pinzolo > Laghi di Cancano – 207 km – 22nd october
Stage 19 – Morbegno > Asti – 251 km – 23rd october
Stage 20 – Alba > Sestriere – 198 km – 24th october
Stage 21 (ITT) – Cernusco sul Naviglio > Milano – 15,7 km – 25th october