9th May, 2020

31st May, 2020

Giro d’Italia

The Giro d’Italia is an annual multiple-stage bicycle race primarily held in Italy, while also starting in, or passing through, other countries. The first race was organized in 1909 to increase sales of the newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport; and is still run by a subsidiary of that paper’s owner.

Stages
  • 1.

    Budapest › Budapest 9th May, 2020. — 8.6 km

  • 2.

    Budapest › Győr 10th May, 2020. — 195 km

  • 3.

    Székesfehérvár › Nagykanizsa 11th May, 2020. — 204 km

  • 4.

    Monreale › Agrigento 12th May, 2020. — 136 km

  • 5.

    Enna › Etna 13th May, 2020. — 150 km

  • 6.

    Catania › Villafranca Tirrena 14th May, 2020. — 138 km

  • 7.

    Mileto › Camigliatello Silano 15th May, 2020. — 223 km

  • 8.

    Castrovillari › Brindisi 16th May, 2020. — 216 km

  • 9.

    Giovinazzo › Vieste 17th May, 2020. — 198 km

  • 10.

    San Salvo › Tortoreto Lido 19th May, 2020. — 212 km

  • 11.

    Porto Sant'Elpidio › Rimini 20th May, 2020. — 181 km

  • 12.

    Cesenatico › Cesenatico 21st May, 2020. — 205 km

  • 13.

    Cervia › Monselice 22nd May, 2020. — 190 km

  • 14.

    Conegliano › Valdobbiadene 23rd May, 2020. — 33.7 km

  • 15.

    Base Aerea Rivolto › Piancavallo 24th May, 2020. — 183 km

  • 16.

    Udine › San Daniele del Friuli 26th May, 2020. — 228 km

  • 17.

    Bassano del Grappa › Madonna di Campiglio 27th May, 2020. — 202 km

  • 18.

    Pinzolo › Laghi di Cancano 28th May, 2020. — 209 km

  • 19.

    Morbegno › Asti 29th May, 2020. — 251 km

  • 20.

    Alba › Sestriere 30th May, 2020. — 200 km

  • 21.

    Cernusco sul Naviglio › Milan 31st May, 2020. — 16.5 km

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