Giro d’Italia iCal Calendar

Here’s the Giro d’Italia for your diary with all stages listed along with a rating for their likely importance to the race or potential for action.

The calendar keeps proving popular for each grand tour. It lists each stage along with the distance plus a stellar rating to indicate the strategic importance or likely entertainment.

Here’s the URL to copy-paste for your diary:

An iCal is a calendar file that you can store on your phone or electronic diary like Outlook. There are several ways to get this on to your computer or phone.

  • If you use MacOS copy the URL… and open the Calendar app. Then got to File > New Calendar Subscription…) and paste in the link and you’re done
  • iPhone/iPad users should hold down a finger here , wait for the pop up message and select “Copy”. Then on your device go to Settings > Accounts and Passwords > Add account > Other > Add Subscribed Calendar and paste in the URL
  • If you use Microsoft Outlook, copy the URL and then go to Tools > Account Settings > Internet Calendars and paste the URL to subscribe. In each case when the calendar is updated with a date change or an event is cancelled your software will upload the new data
  • Google users can click on the Google logo on the bottom right corner of the calendar below
  • Alerts are turned off in the calendar settings by default but to be safe think about turning off the alarm in your calendar settings to avoid any nocturnal notifications
  • Stages are listed as “all day events” so they don’t clutter up your actual diary but in case you need to know so you can keep slots clear during May then each stage finish is forecast to finish at 5.15pm CEST

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3 thoughts on “Giro d’Italia iCal Calendar”

  1. There’s a strong case for it ending up with a mammoth breakaway and nothing relevant in GC terms, as so many beautiful Appenine stages before, but I’d give at least one star – and quite probably even two – to stage 7 Diamante-Potenza. “2nd category” Montagna Grande di Viggiano is a very serious climb, albeit far from the line (of course, ride it slowly and nothing will happen all the same).
    The couple of stars for the Genova stage (stage 12) depend probably on its original version – as it is now, I’d rather award it a single star.

    • Good points, the Potenza stage is a breakaway day but could see a battle behind too, I think it’ll be interesting. As for Genova, agree too that the original route was more interesting, having to use the new bridge now is understandable of sorts but makes the race more obvious.

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