In a season where cycling’s three most important national tours all begin far from the country of origin – the Tour de France on 1 July in Copenhagen, the Vuelta a España on 19 August in Utrecht – the Giro d’Italia presents when the participants in the 105th edition of The boot country’s three-week-long test of strength today travels 195 km northwest from Budapest to Visegrád close to the border with Slovakia.
Ahead are two more stages on Hungarian asphalt before heading towards Sicily, from where it continues north in Italy until the 17.4 km long single start in Verona, which on 29 May rounds off a total of 3,445.6 kilometers of hardships.
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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