A sprint stage along the coast.
The Giro resumes and a day packed with sharp climbs in the finish.
A mountain stage into the Apeninnes, this is a hard course with hardening weather conditions.
A stage along the Italian coast in two halves, the first is gelato-sweet, the second much saltier.
A short stage, no climbs and an obvious sprint finish. Normally yes but watch out for the wind today, the roads are exposed and this could have the air of a semi-classic.
A good day for visuals, today’s stage takes in scenery used in many films, from spaghetti westerns to Mel Gibson’s Passion of Christ. As for the bike race, tune in for the tough finish today.
The rare chance to look at the budget of a World Tour team and once again a record budget from the British team. Only don’t get too excited, the takeover by Ineos seems to have brought a change as only a thin set of accounts has been filed with just the headline numbers so this is a quick blog post.
A hard day’s racing in Calabria, 225km with a tiring climb at the end, today’s is a mountain stage.
A sprint stage. Although after yesterday’s stage, can we be certain?
A big summit finish on Monte Etna. This isn’t the hardest climb of the Giro but it’s plenty for the first Monday of the race.