The Tour, Tirreno-Adriatico and the Giro Rosa mark the week

The second week of the French round, the Race of the Two Seas and the women's event of the Giro d'Italia are the main events this week in cycling.


The cycling world continues its activity in this unusual season. The Tour de France enters the second week of the race after the first screening of the fans and the Pyrenees and, in addition to the Tour, this week will start other important races on the calendar such as the Tirreno-Adriatico and the Giro Rosa, the test for most demanding stages of the women's calendar.

Tour de France (August 29 - September 20): The peloton faces the second week of the race with ideal days for fans this Tuesday, broken stages on the way to Sarran and Lyon and mountain days like the one on Friday with the arrival at Puy-Mary or Sunday's at the Grand Colombiere. Primoz Roglic, Egan Bernal, Tadej Pogacar, Mikel Landa, Nairo Quintana or Enric Mas will be some of the cyclists to follow on the mountain while Wout Van Aert, Caleb Ewan, Peter Sagan or Sam Bennett are emerging as favorites in arrivals at the This week's sprint.

Tirreno-Adriatico (7-14 September): The 'Race of the Two Seas' is presented as the last great test for many of the favorites of the Giro d'Italia. The days of Cascia (fourth stage), Sassotetto (fifth stage) and the final chrono of San Benedetto del Tronto will decide who takes a trident to which Jakob Fuglsang, Vincenzo Nibali, Chris Froome or Geraint Thomas among other riders choose, while in sprints all the leading role will be for runners like Fernando Gaviria or Michael Matthews.

Giro d'Italia for women (11-19 September): The biggest stage race of the UCI Women's World Tour, the Giro Rosa, will once again bring together the great figures of the women's peloton on a route in which the Assisi days (third stage) , Tivoli (fourth stage), Maddaolini (seventh stage), San Marco La Catola (eighth stage) and Motta Montecorvino will decide the overall. Annemiek Van Vleuten, Anna Van der Breggen, Amanda Spratt or Mavi García will be some of the cyclists to follow in the race.

Other races:

Turul Romaniei (8-13 September)

Course Cycliste de Solidarnosc et des Champions Olympiques (9-12 September)

Latvian National Championships (6-12 September)

Switzerland Junior National Championships (12 September)

Italy Junior and U23 National Championships (11-13 September)

Denmark U23 National Championships (12-13 August)

Bizkaikoloreak (September 12-13)

Orlen Nations Grand Prix (12-13 September)

Antwerp Port Epic (September 13)

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