The stage is still very young when the riders hit a 6 kilometres climb at 3.6%. After the descent the route is flat until kilometre 47 before a rolling stretch of 45 kilometres takes in a lot of false flat.
At kilometre 93 the riders tackle the only categorised climb of the day. Passo Serra is 6.5 kilometres and averaging 4.4%. Following the drop the route continues on rolling roads for 25 kilometres to a 4 kilometres descent. The last 10 kilometres are flat.
One intermediate sprint – at kilometre 89 – comes with time bonuses of 3, 2 and 1 seconds, while the first three riders on the line grab 10, 6 and 4 seconds.
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Giro Rosa 2017 stage 7: Route maps, height profiles, and more
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