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2014 Giro Winner Nairo Quintana Photo via Gazzeta.it
On Monday, October 6th, 2014 the Giro d' Italia race directors presented the 2015 route. The route features
3,481.8 Km (2163.5 miles) The first stage starts in San Lorenzo de Mare on May 9th and the last stage finishes in Milan on May 31st.
1 individual time trial
1 team time trial
7 stages for sprinters
3 medium mountain with summit finish
4 high mountain
with summit finish
The 2015 Giro d' Italia Map. Map courtesy Gazetta.it (Click to enlarge)