After 800 flat metres the road start to climb for 5.2 kilometres at an average gradient of 4.3%. At 7.4%, the second part is steepest. Following the descent a next flat section of 800 metres leads to the second climb, going up at 3.3% for 4.2 kilometres before a 8.7 kilometres drop leads to the line.
Last year, the ITT in the Giro Rosa was 21.7 kilometres with Anna van der Breggen powering to victory, 1’03” ahead of Megan Guarnier.
The first rider leaves the ramp at 12:15. The top-10 starts every 2 minutes, all other riders every minute.
Giro Rosa 2016 stage 7: Route maps, height profiles, etc.
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