The Giro d’Italia 2019 will feature a challenging route, once more well balanced between time trials and mountain stages. And even if climbs appear to prevail, the race goes live (Bologna-San Luca) and heads for the grand finale (Verona) with two time trials. And Riccione-San Marino, halfway, will not be just a time trialists’ affair. The route is packed with climbs. Some are first-ever passes, others are plain legend – such as Gavia and Mortirolo. Which riders will be best suited for this route?
3.518,5 kmtotal route
167,5 kmeach day average