The fourteenth stage of the Turn It is indicated as one of the key quotes in this edition. Came the individual fight against the clock. The tour of 34.1 kilometers between Conegliano – Valdobbiadene will shake the general, until now dominated from the third day by the Portuguese Joao almeida.
Is about a demanding profile in the context of the Prosecco vineyards. A fairly long time for current cycling. At kilometer 7, the only scoring difficulty is presented, the Muro di Ca ‘del Poggio, 1.1 kilometers long with an average 12.3 percent slope, but with a ramp of 19.
Then the chrono continues with a veritable festival of ups and downs and winding through the hills on narrow roads.
The last 3 kilometers are downhill up to 400 meters from the finish line, where the road rises with a slight unevenness that will require one last effort before crossing the last line.
Portuguese Joao Almeida will defend the pink jersey with 40 seconds ahead of Dutch Wilko Kelderman (Sunweb) and 49 seconds ahead of Spanish Pello Bilbao (Bahrain McLaren).
First runner start: 12.35 hours
Last runner start: 16.30 hours
Km 7. Muro di Ca’del Poggio (4th). 1.1 kms at 12.3 percent (includes ramp 19).