The demanding Prato di Tivo will decide the Tirreno-Adriatico

The 'Race of the Two Seas' has revealed this Tuesday the route of its 2021 edition that will be held from March 10 to 16 on the roads of Italy.


The Tirreno-Adriatico 2021 once again gives hope to cycling at a difficult start to the season due to the numerous cancellations and postponements of races. The 'Race of the Two Seas' has presented this Tuesday its route for the 2021 edition that will be held from March 10 to 16 if the pandemic does not prevent it.The Tirreno-Adriatico 2021 will start with an ideal stage for sprinters of 156 kilometers, starting and finishing in Lido di Camaiore. Wall specialists will have their chance in the second stage, 226 kilometers between Camaiore and the uphill finish in Chiusdino. The finish line of the third stage will also spike upwards, which will be held over a 189-kilometer route between Monticiano and Gualdo Tadino.

The great mountain day of this edition will take place in the fourth stage, of 148 kilometers, starting in Terni and finishing high at Prati di Tivo with its 14.2 kilometers of climb at 7.2% and ramps that reach 11% . Before that, cyclists will also face another demanding pass, Passo Capannelle.

The riders will face a bumpy course on the final circuit of Catelfidardo on stage five before the sprinters have their last chance upon arrival at Lido di Fermo. If the classification were very tight, the men of the general would have one last battle on the 11.1 kilometers of the individual time trial of San Benedetto del Tronto, where it will be known who takes the champion's trident ... as long as the pandemic allow

The Tyrrhenian-Adriatic stages 2021

Stage 1 (March 10): Lido di Camaiore - Lido di Camaiore (156 kilometers, flat)

Stage 2 (March 11): Camaiore - Chiusdino (226 kilometers, walls)

Stage 3 (March 12): Monticiano - Gualdo Tadino (189 kilometers, walls)

Stage 4 (March 13): Terni - Prati di Tivo (148 kilometers, mountain)

Stage 5 (March 14): Castellato - Castelfidardo (205 kilometers, walls)

Stage 6 (March 15): Castelraimondo - Lido di Fermo (169 kilometers, flat)

Stage 7 (March 16): San Benedetto del Tronto - San Benedetto del Tronto (11.1 kilometers, individual time trial)

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