Giro d’Italia 2024 route presentation – two sprint stages and drainage climbs announced with shorter stages

The 2024 Giro d’Italia route was announced on Friday with race organizers including two time trials for the 107th edition of the Corsa Rosa.

Part of Stage 6 includes a 12km straight Bianche gravel stretch, as well as six taxing hilltop finals, according to RCS Sport.

Next season’s first Grand Tour starts in Turin on Saturday, May 4 and ends in Rome on Sunday, May 26 with a lap around the Colosseum.

With three weeks of racing, the organizers have chosen to reduce the average stage length in line with other Grand Tours, and there are only four stages over 200k, most of which are 170km.

The route was announced in Trento, Italy, featuring 2023 winners Primos Roglic, Jay Hindley, Filippo Kanna, Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali.

Umbria hosts Stage 7, with Stage 14 near Lake Garda for two time trials.

There are mountain stages near the start of the Tour, including Stage 2 towards Europa, as well as challenging routes in Stage 8 and Stage 10.

Then, last week, Stage 15’s climb reached 2,385 meters in Livigno, as the Tour detoured earlier to Switzerland. At the Passo dello Stelvio, the 2024 Tour reaches an altitude of 2,758 m.

Stage 17 features several tough climbs, with the double-climb at Monte Grappa in the Veneto being a tough ask with an equally tough breakaway.

The final stage will be held in the capital Rome before the winner is crowned.


A week-long preview of the Giro d’Italia 2024, starting in Venaria Reale and ending in Naples

Every stage of the Giro d’Italia 2024

Level 2: San Francesco al Campo – Uropa Sanctuary, 150 km

Level 3: Novara – Fossano, 165 km

Level 4: Aqui Terme – Andorra, 187 km

Level 5: Genoa – Lucca, 176 km

Level 6: Viareggio – Rapolano Terme, 177km

Level 7: Foligno – Perugia (ITT), 37.2 km

Level 8: Spoleto – Prati di Tivo, 153 km

Level 9: Avesano – Naples, 206 km

Level 10: Pompeii – Cusano Mutri (Bocca Della Selva), 141km


A preview of the second week of the Giro d’Italia 2024, starting in Pompei and ending in Livigno

Level 11: Foiano Di Valfortore – Francavilla Al Mare, 203km

Level 12: Martinsiguro – Fano, 183 km

Level 13: Riccione – Cento, 179 km

Level 14: Castiglione delle Stivier – Decenzano del Garda, 31 km

Level 15: Manerba del Garda – Livigno, 220 km

Level 16: Livigno – Santa Cristina Valgardena (Monte Pana), 202 km

Level 17: Selva de Val Gardena – Broken Pass, 154 km

Level 18: Fiera de Primero – Padua, 166 km


Preview week three of the Giro d’Italia 2024, from Livigno to Rome

Level 19: Mordegliano – Zapata, 154 km

Level 20: Albaco – Bassano del Grappa, 175 km

Level 21: Rome – Rome, 126 km

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