Milan-San Remo presents its route without the Turchino

The 112th edition of the Milan-San Remo, "La Classicissima", scheduled for next March 20, announced the route of the test.

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The 112th edition of the Milan-San Remo, "La Classicissima", scheduled for March 20, unveiled the test route, which does not include the passage through the Turchino, since the road is still under construction after the landslides that occurred in December 2020. The Turchino will be replaced in 2021 by the Colle di Giovo, from which the race will descend towards the Riviera, re-entering the traditional coastal route along the Via Aurelia in Albisola with 112 km still to go.

Milan-San Remo, with this exception, will return to its traditional route, with the top of Cipressa as a key point 21.5 km from the finish line, and Poggio, 5 from the final banner on Via Roma. RCS Sport CEO Paolo Bellino described last year's novel route as "very positive for the sport, for the media and from the audience's point of view," but welcomed the return of the competition. to a more familiar route along the Ligurian coast in 2021. "Most of the route will continue as it has traditionally been, with the Aurelia, Tre Capi, Cipressa and Poggio before arriving in Via Roma, but we will not be able to visit the Turchino for technical reasons, "said Bellino in a statement from RCS Sport.



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