The Sassotetto, main course of the Tirreno-Adriatico 2023

The organizers of the Tirreno-Adriatico have presented this Thursday the route of the 2023 edition, which will be held from March 6 to 12. A route that will offer opportunities to all the runners and that will have its main day in the fight for the general classification on the ascent to Sassotetto.

The test will begin on the 6th with a totally flat 11.5-kilometre time trial starting and finishing at Lido di Camaiore, which will make the first differences in the general standings on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. For its part, the second day will give sprinters an opportunity in a 209-kilometre stage that ends in Follonica. The sprinters will once again have options in the third stage, 216 kilometers long, on the way to Foligno.

The race will get tougher from the fourth stage, where the peloton will have to face four laps of the final circuit with the Tortoreto elevation in a day of 219 kilometers and that will end in the fourth pass over the top of this elevation. The day in Tortoreto will be the appetizer for the great mountain day of this edition in the Tirreno-Adriatico, since in the fifth stage, of 168 kilometers, the cyclists will have to ride through leg-breaking terrain before facing the final climb to Sassotetto, with almost 15 kilometers of ascent at 7%.

The sixth day of the Tirreno-Adriatico will also put the riders to the test after the accumulated fatigue in Sassotetto with a very tough 194-kilometre route that ends in Osimo with four final laps on a circuit that includes the demanding climb of Osimo. The Race of the Two Seas will end on March 12 with a 154-kilometer day starting and finishing in San Benedetto del Tronto that will end with a massive sprint on the shores of the Adriatic Sea.

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Stages of the Tirreno Adriatico 2023

Stage 1: Lido di Camaiore – Lido di Camaiore (March 6, 11.5 kilometers, individual time trial)

Stage 2: Camaiore – Follonica (March 7, 209 kilometers, flat)

Stage 3: Follonica – Foligno (March 8, 216 kilometers, flat)

Stage 4: Greccio – Tortoreto (March 9, 219 kilometers, medium mountain)

Stage 5: Morro d’Oro – Sarnano-Sassotetto (March 10, 168 kilometers, mountain)

Stage 6: Osimo Stazione – Osimo (March 11, 194 kilometers in the middle of the mountains)

Stage 7: San Benedetto del Tronto – San Benedetto del Tronto (March 12, 154 kilometers, flat)

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