These are the stages of the Tirreno-Adriatico 2019

This Wednesday starts the Race of the Two Seas, which will bring together some of the best figures in the peloton. There will be times, sprint opportunities and many walls.


This Wednesday starts the Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy, one of the most emblematic races of a week of the cycling calendar. Figures like Geraint Thomas, Jakob Fuglsang, Vincenzo Nibali, Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet, Nacer Bouhanni, Julian Alaphilippe, Adam Yates, Primoz Roglic, Tom Dumoulin and Richard Carapaz are some of the figures that will face a journey with opportunities for all the runners of the platoon.

Stage 1: Lido di Camaiore - Lido di Camaiore (21 kilometers, CRE)

The race will start with a time trial by teams of 21.5 kilometers with start and finish at Lido di Camaiore where they will run parallel to the sea until you reach Forte dei Marmi, where you will return to the outskirts of the starting line, where the finish will be located.

Stage 2: Camaiore - Pomarance (195 kilometers)

The second stage of the Adriatic Tirreno is presented as an opportunity for the specialists in walls with a distance of 195 kilometers between Camaiore and Pomarance. After several quiet kilometers the cyclists will pass through some cities like Pisa and Livorno before facing a broken ground with the climbs to Castellina Maritima and Serrazzano prior to the final climb to Pomarance, with ramps of up to 16% .

Stage 3: Pomarance - Foligno (226 kilometers)

New opportunity for the sprinters in a long route of 226 kilometers between Pomarance and Foligno. After a start through a terrain full of steep slopes and climbs to the Passo del Rospatoio and La Foce, the cyclists will face a final 80 final kilometers calm road of the more than foreseeable arrival to the sprint to Foligno.

Stage 4: Foligno - Fossombrone (221 kilometers)

Mid-mountain peak in the fourth stage of Tyrrhenian-Adriatic on a route of 221 kilometers between Foligno and the arrival at Fossombrone. After about 100 relatively calm first kilometers, the cyclists will face a second section of the stage full of steep slopes before reaching Fossombrone to give two rounds to a circuit in which the double climb to I Capuccini, with 1.5 to 10% and ramps of up to 19%, the group could leave before the descent prior to arrival.

Stage 5: Colli to Metauro - Recanati (180 kilometers)

New half-day journey with a distance of 180 kilometers between Colli to Metauro and arrival up to Recanati. The riders will make 100 first kilometers practically flat before reaching Loreto and entering the final circuit of Recanati, which will give three laps before the final climb to the finish line with 1 kilometer at 10.8% and ramps up to 19% before from meta.

Stage 6: Matelica - Jesi (195 kilometers)

Another occasion for the sprinters in this sixth stage of 195 kilometers between Matelica and Jesi. After a start with numerous ramps and the climb to Valico di Pietra Rossa, cyclists will ride on favorable terrain until three times around the final circuit in Jesi, where massive arrival is expected.

Stage 7: San Benedetto del Tronto - San Benedetto del Tronto (10 kilometers, CRI)

The Tirreno-Adriatico will finish with a completely flat 10-kilometer individual chrono with start and finish in San Benedetto del Tronto in which cyclists will ride close to the coast and which could decide the winner of the Trident of champion of Tirreno-Adriatico.



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