The mountain arrives on the third day of this Italy spin which is disputed this Monday and does it with a very interesting stage 150 kilometers who must put everyone to the test the favorites since the one who is careless could even say goodbye to the final victory.
The ascent to the Etna volcano is presented with 18.8 kilometers of climb and 1,248 meters of accumulated unevenness. The average percentage of the slope to the top of the volcano is 6.6% but in the final part there are ramps that reach 13%.
Today’s day comes after victory of the Italian cyclist Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates), who won this Sunday in the second stage of the race. His compatriot Filippo ganna (INEOS Grenadiers) managed yesterday to keep the ‘pink jersey’ as leader of the transalpine round.