Milan – San Remo and the Cape Epic, great cycling events this week

After a hectic week with the dispute between Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico, the cycling peloton to face a week in which, despite there being no major stage races, one of those races that every cyclist wants to have in his or her record is held. : Milan – San Remo, the first monument of the season.

Milan – Turin (March 15): One of the oldest classics in the world celebrates a new edition of the race in which the cyclists will fight for victory in a predictable mass sprint in Orbassano instead of doing so in the emblematic climb to Superga.

Milan – Sanremo (March 18): The first of the five monuments of the season in cycling arrives. The Classiccisima will force the runners to face a very long route of 294 kilometers in which the climb to Passo del Turchino is presented as the first great difficulty before entering the last 60 kilometers where the race will be decided with the climbs to Capo Mele , Capo Cervo and Capo Berta and, above all, on the climbs to the Cipressa and the Poggio di San Remo before the arrival on Via Roma in San Remo. Figures of the stature of Tadej Pogacar, Wout Van Aert, Mathieu Van der Poel, Arnaud De Lie, Mads Pedersen, Jasper Philipsen, Arnaud Démare, Mark Cavendish, Magnus Cort Nielsen, Julian Alaphilippe or Pello Bilbao among others will be some of the cyclists to continue in the race as favorites to win.

Alfredo Binda Trophy – Community of Cittoglio (March 19): While the elite of the men’s peloton meets in Milan – San Remo, the great figures of the UCI Women’s World Tour meet in another of the great Italian classics: the Alfredo Binda Trophy, which will consist of a 139-kilometre route with four laps to the final circuit of Cittiglio with the ascents to Casalzungo and Orino.

other races

Algeria Tour (March 7-16)

Taiwan Tour (March 12-16)

Danilith Nokere Koerse male and female (March 15)

Grand Prix Denain – Porte du Hainaut (March 16)

Rhodes International Tour (March 16-19)

Grand Prix of the Villa d’Algiers (March 17)

Bredene Koksijde Classic (March 17)

Youngster Coast Challenge (March 17)

Women’s Normandy Tour (March 17-19)

Classic Loire Atlantique (March 18)

Guido Reybrouck Classic (March 18-19)

Cholet – Pays de la Loire (March 19)

Forever Alfredo (March 19)

Slovenian Istria GP (March 19)

Bernaudeau Junior (March 19)

Most Popular (March 19)

Piccolo Trofeo Alfreo Binda – Valli del Verbano (March 19)

Classica da Arrábida (March 19)

Track cycling

Tissot Nations Cup in Cairo (14-17 March)

Australian National Championships (March 15-19)

National Elite and Under-23 Championship of Ecuador (March 17-19)


Absa Cape Epic (March 19-26): The considered MTB “Tour de France” starts this Sunday in South Africa and brings together again the great figures of world MTB in an adventure that will last until March 26 and in which we will be able to see figures like Nino Schurter or David Valero. The former Spanish soccer coach Luis Enrique Martínez will also participate in the race.

other races

Israel Cup (March 17)

Crankworx Rotorua Downhill (March 17-19)

Hellenic XCC Series 2 (March 18)

Mezuena Specialized V1 Cup (March 18-19)

Swiss Bike Cup Gränichen (March 18-19)

Pineta Sperane XCO (March 18-19)

Portugal Cup DHI (March 18-19)

Metan International Cup (March 18-19)

Hellenic Cup 2 (March 19)

Continental Championship Championships (March 19)

Tennessee National (March 19)

MTB super prestige (March 19)

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