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156 km - Altitude gain 1100mt

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Lido di Camaiore -

Lido di Camaiore

Wednesday 10  March 2021 156km Altitude gain1100mt

Total time: 03:36:17 Withdrawals: 0

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JUMBO-VISMA

03:36:17

EWAN Caleb

LOTTO SOUDAL

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GAVIRIA RENDON Fernando

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Bianca
BAIS Mattia
ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI - SIDERMEC
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Lido di Camaiore

Informazioni Turistiche

Lido di Camaiore is one of the most popular and best-equipped seaside resorts in Europe. Its lovely golden sand beach, stretching between Marina di Pietrasanta and Viareggio, is washed by the Ligurian Sea. The city is conveniently located to explore the charming Tuscan countryside, and is an excellent starting point towards the major tourist destinations and art heritage cities in Tuscany and Liguria. The elegant promenade, lined with beach resorts, restaurants and shops, is the hallmark of the town, and the iconic Bellavista Vittoria pier offers a stunning view over the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apuan Alps, just behind. Sports enthusiasts will love the many beach activities and the long cycle track running from Viareggio to Forte dei Marmi. The hilly inland area is a major destination for hiking, biking and horse riding among the lush greenery, while the mountains (within short driving distance) offer a variety of routes. Lido di Camaiore has often been Giro d’Italia finish city in 1997, in 2002 and in 2007, and currently hosts the opening stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico.

Gastronomia

Scarpaccia: è una torta salata tradizionalmente preparata con zucchine, farina, sale, pepe e cipolla.

Torta di Pepe o “co’ pizzi”: è una torta salata a base di riso, bietola, pane casalingo, uova, pepe, prezzemolo e formaggio pecorino. Cotto l’impasto, si stende su una sfoglia fatta con farina, acqua, sale, olio e burro.

Tordelli: è un piatto salato con pasta (simile al raviolo) ripiena di carne di manzo e maiale macinata, bietola lessa, parmigiano, uova e mollica di pane. Il tutto viene condito con ragù.

Norcineria camaiorese: storica la presenza di norcini provenienti dalla frazione di Gombitelli, isola linguistica che ha ospitato una popolazione longobarda già dal medioevo. Prodotti tipici sono la mortadella di maiale anche detta sbriciolona (dal gusto dolce e delicato, realizzata con lombo spalla, coppa e pancetta di maiale, a cui si aggiungono aromi e spezie, sale, pepe, semi di finocchio, cannella e chiodi di garofano) il lardo e il biroldo (insaccato di carne di maiale realizzato con le parti considerate meno nobili come testa, polmoni, cuore, lingua e talvolta frattaglie, il tutto amalgamato con sangue di maiale).

Lido di Camaiore

Informazioni Turistiche

Lido di Camaiore is one of the most popular and best-equipped seaside resorts in Europe. Its lovely golden sand beach, stretching between Marina di Pietrasanta and Viareggio, is washed by the Ligurian Sea. The city is conveniently located to explore the charming Tuscan countryside, and is an excellent starting point towards the major tourist destinations and art heritage cities in Tuscany and Liguria. The elegant promenade, lined with beach resorts, restaurants and shops, is the hallmark of the town, and the iconic Bellavista Vittoria pier offers a stunning view over the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apuan Alps, just behind. Sports enthusiasts will love the many beach activities and the long cycle track running from Viareggio to Forte dei Marmi. The hilly inland area is a major destination for hiking, biking and horse riding among the lush greenery, while the mountains (within short driving distance) offer a variety of routes. Lido di Camaiore has often been Giro d’Italia finish city in 1997, in 2002 and in 2007, and currently hosts the opening stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico.

Gastronomia

Scarpaccia: è una torta salata tradizionalmente preparata con zucchine, farina, sale, pepe e cipolla.

Torta di Pepe o “co’ pizzi”: è una torta salata a base di riso, bietola, pane casalingo, uova, pepe, prezzemolo e formaggio pecorino. Cotto l’impasto, si stende su una sfoglia fatta con farina, acqua, sale, olio e burro.

Tordelli: è un piatto salato con pasta (simile al raviolo) ripiena di carne di manzo e maiale macinata, bietola lessa, parmigiano, uova e mollica di pane. Il tutto viene condito con ragù.

Norcineria camaiorese: storica la presenza di norcini provenienti dalla frazione di Gombitelli, isola linguistica che ha ospitato una popolazione longobarda già dal medioevo. Prodotti tipici sono la mortadella di maiale anche detta sbriciolona (dal gusto dolce e delicato, realizzata con lombo spalla, coppa e pancetta di maiale, a cui si aggiungono aromi e spezie, sale, pepe, semi di finocchio, cannella e chiodi di garofano) il lardo e il biroldo (insaccato di carne di maiale realizzato con le parti considerate meno nobili come testa, polmoni, cuore, lingua e talvolta frattaglie, il tutto amalgamato con sangue di maiale).

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16:51:34
The 22 year old joined the early, 6-man breakaway, picked up a Maglia Ciclamino point at the intermediate sprint, and was one of the last two men away with Mattia Bais. Last byt not least for the rider from Trento today.
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16:50:03
  • Maglia Azzurra (blue), General Classification Leader, sponsored by Sara Assicurazioni Wout Van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma)
  • Maglia Ciclamino (cyclamen), General Individual Classification by Points Leader, sponsored by Segafredo Zanetti – Wout Van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma)
  • Maglia Verde (green), King of the Mountains Classification Leader, sponsored by Enel – Vincenzo Albanese (Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team)
  • Maglia Bianca (white), Young Rider General Classification Leader, sponsored by Sportful – Mattia Bais (Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec)
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16:48:26
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16:45:15
Vincenzo Albanese leads the Maglia Verde competition
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16:43:52
... and Ciclamino
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16:41:09
Van Aert ends the day in blue...
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16:37:26
In stages over 100km in length, today’s was the 9th fastest average speed in Tirreno Adriartico history. The fastest stage was won by an other Belgian: Castelraimondo-Cepagatti in 2016 was won by Greg Van Avermaet at an average speed of 45.946 kph.
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Gaviria gets best stage finish so far this season
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16:15:08
Van Aert wins stage 1!
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16:02:57
At that moment, there is a reshuffle at the front of the peloton and Eolo-Kometa riders hit the front, with their colleagues from Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert.
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15:47:24
Albanese and Niv drop back to the group.
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15:11:32
At Pietrasanta (km 107.8), the result was as follows:
  1. 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita – 5 Maglia Ciclamino points
  2. 31 Mattia Bais (ANS) Ita – 3
  3. 152 Guy Niv (ISN) Isr
  4. 106 Samuele Rivi (EOK) Ita – 1
The peloton passed at exactly 1 minute.A reminder that the finish line offers 12, 10, then 8 down to 1 Maglia Ciclamino for the first ten, so Velasco’s lead in the competition is, sadly for him, destined to be only temporary!
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14:09:15
The result of  the final mountains prime of the day (Pitoro, km. 60.9)
  1. 102 Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) Ita – 5 Maglia Verde pts
  2. 141 Jan Bakelants (IWG) Bel – 3
  3. 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita – 2
  4. 31 Mattia Bais (ANS) Ita – 1
That gives Albanese, with two wins and one second place, 13 pts, compared with Bakelants, with one win and two second places, 11 pts. Provided he finishes the stage safely, Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) will stand on the podium this evening and recieve the Maglia Verde.The current mountain standings:
  1. 102 Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) Ita  – 13
  2. 141 Jan Bakelants (IWG) Bel – 11
  3. 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita – 6
  4. 13 Lilian Calmejane (ACT) Fra – 2
  5. 152 Guy Niv (ISN) Isr – 1
After the third GPM, 141 Jan Bakelants (IWG) Bel sat up and waited to rejoin the peloton., leaving the other five out front. A reminder of who they are:
  • 31 Mattia Bais (ANS) Ita
  • 102 Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) Ita
  • 106 Samuele Rivi (EOK) Ita
  • 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita
  • 152 Guy Niv (ISN) Isr
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13:31:52
3km before the 2nd mountain prime on Pitoro (i.e., km 34.3) the 6 led by 1’30”.2km before it (i.e., km, 35.3), they led by 1’32”.At the GPM,
  1. 102 Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) Ita – 5 Maglia Verde points
  2. 141 Jan Bakelants (IWG) Bel – 3
  3. 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita – 2
  4. 152 Guy Niv (ISN) Isr – 1
Albanese and Bakelants are tied on 8 Maglia Verde pts, with one GPM win each.As a matter of interest, the tie breakers in the mountains competition race are as follows:
  • number of “higher category” mountain wins (both of these are on stage 4)
  • number of “single category” mountain wins
  • GC position
After 40 km, the gap is 2’27”.The average speed after the first hour of racing is 39.8 kph.
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13:02:59
At Pitoro (alt. 224 m) km 13
  1. 141 Jan Bakelants (IWG) Bel – 5 Maglia Verde points
  2. 102 Vincenzo Albanese (EOK) Ita –  3
  3. 117 Simone Velasco (GAZ) Ita – 2
  4. 31 Mattia Bais (ANS) Ita – 1
The peloton passed the mountain prime 3’14” behind the leaders.
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12:43:12
The breakaway has formed.

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The Route
The stage is divided into two circuits. In the first 90 kilometres, the route covers 3 laps of the Monte Pitoro circuit (approx. 24 km), climbing up from Stiava and descending into Camaiore. After the third pass, the route takes three nearly full laps of a large and flat 29 km circuit running from Pietrasanta to Lido di Camaiore, heading for a sprint finish in Lido di Camaiore.
Final Kilometers
The final kilometers are perfectly flat and straight, with just two bends in the closing part. The finish line lies on an 8 m wide tarmac road.

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