Giro 2022 Route stage 13: San Remo - Cuneo
Friday 20 May - The 13th stage of the Giro d'Italia features the Colle di Nava in the first part of the 150 kilometres race. Once that climb has been done the last 100 kilometres to Cuneo are as good as flat.
The first part of the race mirrors the 2020 edition of Milano-San Remo. The riders follow the Ligurian Coast to turn left and continue inland in Imperia. The route climbs false flat on the Colle San Bartolomeo before descending to the foot of the Colle di Nava. On this side the climb is 9.1 kilometres long, while the average gradient sits at 6.8%.
There are still more than 100 kilometres remaining at the top of the Colle di Nava. This section is virtually flat.
The riders reach Cuneo with 2 kilometres remaining. The rest of the route climbs false flat to the line.
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Giro d’Italia 2022 stage 13: route, profile, more
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