Giro Rosa, the world’s most prestigious road race, is now a free event, with a new route and schedule for 2019.
The race will also be run on the roads of Italy, and with a focus on new developments for the race’s road course.
This means it will no longer be possible to race on the main roads, but the Gualtieri and Lido di Gualteria will return, as will a new race on Saturday morning in the city of Siena.
While there will be no new Giro entries for 2019, there will still be one new race: the Gialetti di Loro, which is a one-day race for men, for the first time in the Gros Michel region of southern Italy.
In a move which has been welcomed by both the race organisers and the Giochi Della Ciccone, this race will be run from November 21-28.
On the road, the Girelotti di Cascio (Cascio) and Cinzia di Casca (Casca) will once again be raced on the same roads, though there will also once again also be a day of cycling for women, this time in Bergamo.
There will also not be a new edition of the Giallo-Loro di Giro di Poggio, but that will be for 2018.
Giro Rosa’s new route will follow the G-road, which takes the route between Milan and Milan-Turin.
It will be a two-stage race, with the first stage running from the Lido della Bologna to the Lino di San Nicola.
With only two days of racing on this course, it is the first major road race to be run by the Italian organisers in a long time, as they are currently racing at the top of their game.
I am convinced that the Giorgio Pantano-Siccardi team will be able to achieve this with the new course, and that the race will have a good future. “
The route has changed and the roads have been redesigned, but we have seen the sport evolve to be much more competitive, with more teams and riders and many more climbs.
I am convinced that the Giorgio Pantano-Siccardi team will be able to achieve this with the new course, and that the race will have a good future.
We are happy that the first two stages will also offer a breakaway finish, which we are very excited about.
Finally, it will be the first Giro without the use of a new tyre, but with a completely new road course and the ability to adapt to different weather conditions.
For 2019, we will continue to improve the race and introduce new stages.”
This will be Giro Racizione, the second stage of the original race.
The race, which started in 1954, was originally named the Girano di Lorghetto, which was changed to Giro, because of the Italian national team’s success in the race in 1954.
Nowadays, the race is known as the Giappone di Cerca, after the first part of the road that is currently the final climb in the course.
This new course will be used to run a new 1.4km, 400m time trial for the riders, as well as a 100km road race and a 5km intermediate sprint.
However, the two-day road race will run on Saturday mornings as usual, with an extra 100km on the route on the weekend.
More than 600 riders will compete in this race, including more than 70 national and international stars, including Giorgi Pardini, Joaquim Rodriguez, Giorgia Bronzini, Anna van der Breggen, Joost Vansummeren, Kristina MÜllberg, Claudia Lichtenberg, Gino Bartali, Silvia Lucca, Luca Mazzucchelli, Claudia Lotti, and Ilaria Sotirini.
According to the official Giro website, this will be an extra special race.
This year’s race will kick off on Sunday morning, with two stages, with stage one running from Gioi Gualtini in the north, with stages two and three taking place on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
At the end of the two stages on Saturday, stage four will be held on Saturday evening in Bergamotto.
Stage five will take place on Sunday evening in Sienese, and stage six will be on Monday morning in Bergim.
Both stages will be part of a two stage race, and the main stages will start at 5.30am on Sunday, and finish at 7am on Monday.
Sixty teams will compete, with four of