It starts from Treviso, with the group leaving the Venetian capital and heading towards the lands of Prosecco, where it faces
the famous Muro di Ca’ del PoggioPoggio, a climb that is part of the history of Italian and international cycling, with its 1150 meters of
development and an average gradient of 12.7% with peaks of 19%, for a total difference in height of 140 meters.
But the whole route is full of climbs and challenging stretches, with its 190km of development for 2900 meters in altitude.
Crossing the province of Belluno, at the foot of the wonderful Dolomites, the competitors will then point towards the beating
heart of the race, thus facing the spectacular final circuit with the Rosina climb and Tisa wall in Colceresa with its stone
ground similar to pavé, 350 meters long and with slopes of nearly 20%.
A perfect passage also for the fans who will be able to witness the efforts of their idols and support them with their warmth in
the different stages of the race.
We add that after having done the Rosina and the Tisa there will be the ascent Diesel Farm and the tear of Contrà Soarda
before the final.
This leads to the final rush that sees Bassano del Grappa as the protagonist, with the architectural wonders of Palladio and Jacopo
Bassano and the unmistakable silhouette of its Ponte Vecchio, under which the Brenta river flows.
Here, in the central Piazza Garibaldi, the winner of this second edition of the Veneto Classic will cross the finish line by winning
a place in the Golden Roll of the competition.
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