Giro d’Italia – All about the 105th Giro d’Italia … it’s in 3 days!

The complete path of the 2022 edition of Tour of Italy (from 6 to 29 May) has been known for some time. In conclusion, the organizers unveiled the route of the last stage, the last 17-kilometer time trial held in Verona on a profile identical to that of 2019 where Riccardo Carapaz (INEOS Grenadiers but who played for Movistar) had achieved the final victory. It should be noted that the runners will face one final listed climb (4.7km at 5%) in the timed exercise. Find below all the steps that will make it up Giro d’Italia 2022.

Video – Everything you need to know about the 2022 Giro d’Italia route

The route of the 105th Giro d’Italia (6-29 May)

Friday 6th May – 1st stage: Budapest – Visegrad, 195 km (real departure at 12:40 pm, arrival around 5.15 pm)

Ascent listed

Visegrad (km 195 / 4th category): 5.5 km at 4.2%

Saturday 7 May – 2nd leg: Budapest – Budapest, 9.2 km / individual time trial (departure at 2pm, arrival around 5.10pm)

Ascent listed

Budapest (km 9.2 / 4th category): 1.3 km at 4.9% (max 14%)

Sunday 8 May – 3rd stage: Kaposvar – Balatonfüred, 201 km (actual departure at 12:40 pm, arrival around 5.15 pm)

Ascent listed

Tihany (km 188.4 / 4th category): 1.6 km at 3.1%

Monday 9 May – 1st day of rest

Tuesday 10 May – 4th stage: Avola – Etna-Nicolosi, 172 km (actual departure at 12:35 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Ascent listed

Etna-Nicolosi (km 172 / 1st category): 22.8 km at 5.9% (max 14%)

Wednesday 11 May – 5th stage: Catania – Messina, 174 km (actual departure at 11:45 am, arrival around 4 pm)

Ascent listed

Portella Mandrazzi (km 75.3 / 2nd category): 19.6 km at 4%

Thursday 12 May – 6th stage: Palmi – Scalea (Riviera dei Cedri), 192 km (effective departure at 12:50 pm, arrival approximately at 5:10 pm)

Ascent listed

Razza Airport (km 34.5 / 4th category): 4.1 km at 3.7%

Friday 13 May – 7th stage: Diamante – Potenza, 196 km (actual departure at 11:55 am, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Passo Colla (km 45.6 / 3rd category): 9.3 km at 4.5% (max 12%)
Monte Sirino (km 90.1 / 1st category): 24.4 km at 3.8% (max 12%)
Montagna Grande di Viggiano (km 135.6 / 2nd category): 6.6 km at 9.1% (max 15%)
La Sellata (km 172.2 / 3rd category): 7.8 km at 5.9% (max 12%)

Saturday 14 May – 8th stage: Naples – Naples, 153 km (actual departure at 13:40, arrival around 17:15)

Ascent listed

Monte di Procida (km 118.7 / 4th category): 2.1 km at 6% (max 11%)

Sunday 15 May – 9th stage: Isernia – Blockhaus, 191 km (actual departure at 11:45 am, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Valico del Macerone (km 4.2 / 3rd category): 3.1 km at 5.7%
Rionero Sannitico (km 17.8 / 2nd category): 9 km at 6.7%
Roccaraso (km 37.6 / 2nd category): 7.3 km at 6.1%
Passo Lanciano (km 147.7 / 1st category): 10.3 km at 7.6% (max 14%)
Blockhaus (km 191 / 1st category): 13.6 km at 8.4% (max 14%)

Monday 16th May – 2nd day of rest

Tuesday 17th May – 10th stage: Pescara – Jesi, 196 km (actual departure at 12:40 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Montecosaro crosses (km 110.8 / 4th category): 4.9 km at 2.2%
Recanati (km 126.3 / 4th category): 3.4 km at 6.9% (max 18%)
Monsano (km 187.5 / 4th category): 4.2 km at 4.2% (max 11%)

Wednesday 18 May – 11th stage: Santarcangelo di Romagna – Reggio Emilia, km 203 (actual departure at 12:30, arrival at approximately 5.15pm)

Thursday 19th May – 12th stage: Parma – Genoa, 204 km (actual departure at 12:05, arrival at approximately 17:10)

Climb listed

Passo del Bocco (km 97.6 / 3rd category): 6 km at 4%
La Colletta (151.7 km / 3rd category): 9 km at 4.3%
Trensasco Pass (173.4 km / 3rd category): 4.3 km at 8% (max 12%)

Friday 20 May – 13th stage: Sanremo – Cuneo, 150 km (actual departure at 1:35 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Ascent listed

Colle di Nava (km 54.1 / 3rd category): 10.1 km at 6.7%

Saturday 21st May – 14th stage: Santena – Turin, 147 km (actual departure at 1.15 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Il Pilonetto (km 43.3 / 3rd category): 3.6 km at 7.2%
Superga (83.2 km / 2nd category): 5 km at 8.6% (max 14%)
Colle della Maddalena (km 98.7 / 2nd category): 3.5 km at 8.1% (max 20%)
Superga (km 119.7 / 2nd category): 5 km at 8.6% (max 14%)
Colle della Maddalena (km 135.2 / 2nd category):

Sunday 22 May – 15th stage: Rivarolo Canavese – Cogne, 177 km (actual departure at 12:25 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Pila-Les Fleurs (km 104.7 / 1st category): 12.3 km at 6.9% (max 15%)
Verrogne (km 136.9 / 1st category): 13.8 km at 7.1% (max 14%)
Cogne (km 177 / 2nd category): 22.4 km at 4.3% (max 11%)

Monday 23 May – 3rd day of rest

Tuesday 24th May – 16th stage: Salò – Aprica, 202 km (actual departure at 11:15, arrival around 17:10)

Climb listed

Goletto di Cadino (km 59.2 / 1st category): 19.9 km at 6.2% (max 12%)
Mortirolo Pass (km 129.9 / 1st category): 12.6 km at 7.6% (max 16%)
Pass of Santa Cristina (km 195.8 / 1st category): 5.6 km at 8.2% (max 16%)

Wednesday 25 May – 17th stage: Ponte di Legno – Lavarone, 168 km (actual departure at 12:40 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Giovo (km 85.8 / 3rd category): 5.9 km at 6.8 (max 12%)
Passo del Vetriolo (km 134.3 / 1st category): 11.8 km at 7.7% (max 12%)
Monterovere (km 160.1 / 1st category): 7.9 km at 9.9% (max 15%)

Thursday May 26th – 18th stage: Borgo Valsugana – Treviso, 152 km (actual departure at 1:50 pm, arrival at approximately 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Le Scale di Primolano (km 24.8 / 4th category): 2.3 km at 4.7%
Muro di Ca ‘del Poggio (km 102.3 / 4th category): 1.1 km at 12.3% (max 19%)

Friday 27 May – 19th stage: Marano Lagunare – Sanctuary of Castelmonte, 178 km (departure at 12:25 pm, arrival approximately at 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Villanova Grotte (km 74.9 / 3rd category): 3.7 km at 8% (max 13%)
Passo di Tanamea (km 94.3 / 3rd category):
Kolovrat (km 134.6 / 1st category): 10.3 km at 9.2% (max 15%)
Castelmonte Sanctuary (km 178 / 2nd category): 7.1 km at 7.8% (max 14%)

Saturday 28 May – 20th stage: Belluno – Marmoloda / Passo Fedaia, 168 km (actual departure at 12:25 pm, arrival approximately at 5.15 pm)

Climb listed

Passo San Pellegrino (km 81.9 / 1st category): 18.5 km at 6.2% (max 15%)
Passo Pordoi (km 123.4 / Cima Coppi): 11.8 km at 6.8% (max 10%)
Marmolada / Passo Fedaia (km 168 / 1st category): 14 km at 7.6% (max 18%)

Sunday 29 May – 21st stage: Verona-Verona, 17.4 km / individual time trial (starts at 1:55 pm, arrival at approximately 5:10 pm)

Ascent listed

Torricella Massimiliana (9.5 km / 4th category): 4.1 km at 5.4%

Mortirolo, Blockhaus, Passo Pordoi: a very mountainous program at the Giro 2022!

Starting from the fourth day, the group will have to face the arrival at the top of the standingsEtna in Sicily at the end of a stage of 166 kilometers and 3590 meters in altitude. We will have to wait for the ninth stage to see a new explanation among mountaineers since Fortino will decide between the runners after crossing Roccaraso and the Passo Lanciano. The sequence of the 15th, 16th and 17th stages will allow to establish a precise hierarchy among the cadores with arrivals at outbursts, aprica (after climbing in particular the Mortirolo) And Lavarone. Before the last day of the event, the riders will compete in a 20th stage that promises to be decisive with the climbs of the San Pellegrino Pass, Pordoi Pass (2239 meters above sea level, the highest point of the 105th edition) before reaching Fedaia Pass.

The six mountain stages of the Giro d’Italia 2022

Avola – Etna, 166 kilometers (3590 meters in altitude)

Isernia – Fortino, 187 kilometers (4990 meters in altitude)

Rivarolo Canavese – Cogne, 177 kilometers (4030 meters in altitude)

Salò – Aprica, 200 kilometers (5540 meters in altitude)

Ponte di Legno – Lavarone, 165 kilometers (3740 meters in altitude)

Belluno – Marmoloda (Passo Fedaia), 167 kilometers (4490 meters in altitude)

The flat stages of the Giro d’Italia 2022

After the revelation last week of the first three Hungarian stages of the Giro d’Italia 2022the organizers of Tour the five flat stages that will take place on Italian soil unveiled on Monday morning. The arrival of the stage will take place at Messina, Scalea, Reggio Emilia, Wedge And Treviso. On paper, the steps of Scalea, Reggio Emilia – which, with 201 kilometers scheduled, will be the longest of this one Tour with the 3rd phase – e Treviso it will be very convenient for sprinters. As for who comes to Messina And Wedge, the fast men of the group will have to face in each of these two days a big climb – placed far from the finish line – which could put them in difficulty. In all, there will be seven simple stages on the 105th Tour of Italy as it is necessary to add to it the two online phases contested in Hungary.

The five stages unveiled on Monday by the organizers of the Giro d’Italia

Catania – Messina, 172 kilometers

Palmi – Scalea (Riviera dei Cedri), 192 kilometers

Santarcangelo di Romagna – Reggio Emilia, 201 kilometers

Sanremo – Cuneo, 157 kilometers

Borgo Valsugana – Treviso, 146 kilometers

The great departure from Budapest

As expected, the organizers of the Tour of Italy unveiled last Wednesday the profile of the first three of the 2022 edition, from which it will start Budapest in Hungary May 6. The first stage will connect the Hungarian capital Visegrad where there is a side finish. The next day, it’s time for a short 9.2 kilometer time trial Budapest, with a last bumpy kilometer. Finally, the third stage (the last on Hungarian soil) will be promised to sprinters arriving in Balatonfured.

The profile of the first three stages of the 2022 Giro

Friday 6th May – 1st stage: Budapest – Visegrad, 195 kilometers

Saturday 7 May – 2nd stage: Budapest – Budapest, 9.2 kilometers (individual time trial)

Sunday 8 May – 3rd stage: Kaposvar – Balatonfüred, 201 kilometers

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