In 2015, Fabian Cancellara was fastest in 11’24”. The Swiss bested Adriano Maori and the current world champion Vasil Kiryienka by 4 and 9 seconds.
The flat route on straight roads goes along the Mediterranean – 5 kilometres one way and 5 kilometres back. Two 90-degree turns in shortly succession and that’s it as far as steering goes. The intermediate check point is halfway.
Race results/race report stage 7, Tirreno-Adriatico 2016.
Tirreno Adriatico 2016 stage 7: Route maps, height profile, and more
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Start in San Benedetto del Tronto
Finish in San Benedetto del Tronto
Start and finish at Google Maps
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