He Turn of Italy 2020, which will be held from May 9 to 31, presented its tour on Thursday for an edition that will leave for the first time from Hungary and will end in Milan, after a last week of a lot of mountains.
Three individual time trial, which will cover 58.8 kilometers, six stages for sprinters, seven of medium difficulty and five of high mountain make up this Giro. Seven finals high, of the 21 stages that will end in a chrono from Cernusco sul Naviglio to Milan, traditional final of the pink 'Corsican', defended by Richard Carapaz.
The organization of the 'big' Italian unveiled a 103 edition which will begin with a brief time trial in Budapest, 8.9 kilometers, on May 9. The Giro will stay another two days in Hungary, a priori sprinter meat, before moving to Sicily, where there is an ascent to Etna in the fifth stage.
Heading north will then begin the journey through peninsular Italy, heading for the Dolomites before the third and decisive week. The final berth will begin with the challenge of Mount Ragogna, while stage 17, on May 27, will be over 202 kilometers ending in Madonna di Campiglio.
The legendary Stelvio Pass will give way to the longest stage of the turn, 251 km and the last option for a photo finale, on the way for Milan to decide, for the 78th time in the history of the Giro, the winner of the first of the 'big' 'of each season. Peter Sagan, present at the event, announced his intention to attend the meeting.