The 2023 Giro will start with a time trial and will climb the Gran Sasso

The Giro d’Italia 2023 begins to take shape. This Wednesday the organizers of the Italian round have confirmed that the Abruzzo region will host the grand departure of the race in next year’s edition.

After the presentation of the teams, which will take place in the city of Pescara, the Giro 2023 will start with an 18.4-kilometre time trial between Fossacesia Marina and a final climb in Ortona, on a route that will run parallel to the Adriatic Sea. It will be the second time in history that the Giro leaves Abruzzo after being the great start in 2001 with a time trial of 8 kilometers in which Rik Verbrugghe won, something that many already identify as a clear nod to Remco Evenepoel so that compete in the Giro.

For its part, the The second day will give us the first great opportunity for the sprinters on a 204-kilometre route between Teramo and San Salvio. As if this were not enough, the Giro revealed that the seventh stage of the Giro will host one of the first great days of the race with the climbs to Roccaraso and Calasci before the final ascent to Gran Sasso, which was last climbed in 2018 with victory for Simon Yates.

We will have to wait until next October 17 to know the complete route of a Giro to which Evenepoel could go with the rainbow jersey to collect the pending accounts of the 2021 edition.

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