The 2019 Giro d'Italia is expected to include three time trials, but legendary climbs such as the Gavia, the Mortirolo, the Croce d'Aune and a new finish on the Col del Nivolet in the Alps will make for another mountainous and testing Italian Grand Tour. 

The full route of the 2019 Giro d'Italia was unveiled in Milan on October 31. Below is the framework for both tours - stay tuned for stage & ride details

Toscana Riviera Tour

16th May - Pick up ROME Airport - Pescara
17th May - Perugia
18th May - Perugia
19th May - San Marino
20th May - San Gimigiano
21st May - Santa Margherita
22nd May - Cossato
23rd May - Drop off MILAN (MXP) Airport

Dolomiti Alps Tour

25th May - Pick up MILAN (MXP) Airport - Cossato
26th May - Bellagio
27th May - Bellagio
28th May - Bormio
29th May - Canazei
30th May - Canazei
31st May - Conegliano
1st June - Conegliano
2nd June - Cossato
3rd June - Drop off MILAN (MXP) Airport