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The 58th Tirreno-Adriatico is underway


The 11.5 km long Lido di Camaiore – Lido di Camaiore (Tudor ITT) marks the start of the ‘Race of the Two Seas’.

The first rider to start was Dylan Groenewegen (Team Jayco AlUla) at 12.50. The last one will be Valerio Conti (Team Corratec) at 15.43.

Among the pretenders to the Tridente di Nettuno are Primoz Roglic (2019 winner), Jai Hindley (Giro d’Italia 2022 winner), Adam Yates (UAE Tour 2020 winner), Enric Mas (runner up of the Vuelta a España in 2022) and Mikel Landa (3rd in 2022).

Other big names include the winner of the Strade Bianche Thomas Pidcock, Wout Van Aert, Mathieu Van Der Poel, Julian Alaphilippe, Filippo Ganna, Damiano Caruso, Joao Almeida, Giulio Ciccone, Alexsandr Vlasov, Thibaut Pinot, Peter Sagan, Dylan Groenewegen, Fabio Jakobsen, Mark Cavendish, Biniam Girmay, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Michal Kwiatkowski (2018 winner) and Greg Van Avermaet (2016 winner).

General Information


Live coverage of today’s stage is available on Tirreno-Adriatico Crédit Agricole site


Lido di Camaiore (Start): Changeable, 10°C. Wind: Moderate S – 14km/h

Lido di Camaiore (16 – Finish last rider): Changeable, 12°C. Wind: Moderate W – 13km/h.


Here the start order.


The official Jerseys

The leader jerseys of the 58th Tirreno-Adriatico Crédit Agricole are produced with SITIP garments and designed by SPORTFUL

  • Maglia Azzurra, General Classification Leader, sponsored by ENIT – Agenzia Nazionale del Turismo;
  • Maglia Ciclamino, General Individual Classification by Points Leader, sponsored by;
  • Maglia Verde, King of the Mountains Classification Leader, sponsored by Trenitalia;
  • Maglia Bianca, Young Rider General Classification Leader, born after 1 January 1998, sponsored by Crédit Agricole.

The route


The route of the ITT is composed of two virtually straight sectors, taking a ‘round trip’ along the same lane, with a ‘U turn’ halfway. The course runs straight for 5.0 kms all the way to the U turn in Marina di Pietrasanta, where split time is taken. The route then runs for a further 5.3 kms up to Lido di Camaiore, where an S bend leads into the final kilometre.

Final kilometres

The last 3 kilometres are flat and straight, heading south. With 1,200 metres to the finish, a right/left S bend on narrowed roadway, leading to the 1 km long home straight, marks the only complication. The finish line lies on a 6.5 m wide tarmac road.

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