The 1984 and 2010 Giro d’Italia finished in similar style with Francesco Moser and Ivan Basso winning the maglia rosa. The ITT on the last day of action takes in an intermediate climb on the Via Torricelle. With its gradients fairly steady the ascent slopes for 4.5 kilometres at 4.6%. The intermediate time check is at the summit – kilometre 9.5 – before a descent along wide roads leads to the finish in the Arena.
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Including this 17 kilometres of time trialing, the route of the 2019 Giro d’Italia takes in almost 60 kilometres against the clock. Most of it is on lumpy or even mountainous terrain, so climbers are given a chance to limit their losses.
Another interesting read: ITT results and final GC 2019 Giro d’Italia.
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