Giro 2020 Route stage 14: Conegliano - Valdobbiadene

Giro d'Italia 2020Saturday 23 May - The Giro d'Italia serves its second individual time trial on the thirteenth day of action. The hilly route amounts to 33.7 kilometres and features a wall-like climb of 1.1 kilometre at 12% early on.

The start ramp is located in Conegliano, a town of 35,000 people which is dominated by the ruins of a 10th century castle. The town hosted the start of Queen Stage of the 2011 Giro, which was won by Mikel Nieve. This time the riders tackle an individual time trial through the region of the sparkling prosecco wines.

The first 6 kilometres before the Muro di Ca’del Poggio are flat. The hardest climb of the day is 1.1 kilometres long and the average gradient at sits 12%, while sections of 18% after 400 metres and 16% just before the top stand out. The first time check is located at the crest.

A gradual descent leads onto gently rolling terrain with more time splits taken after 16.9 kilometers and 24.8 kilometres.

A false flat uphill of 5.5 kilometres takes the riders to the highest point on the route at roughly 350 metres before a 3 kilometres descent leads into Valdobbiadene. The final section is a short kick-up to the line.

Giro d’Italia 2020 stage 14: route, profile, more

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