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Etappe 8 Giro d’Italia 2023 | Terni – Fossombrone

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Resultater, tidskjema og kart for etappe 8 Giro d'Italia fra Terni - Fossombrone lørdag 13. mai 2023.

Publisert 13. mai 2023 i Sykkel

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Etappe 8 Giro d’Italia 2023

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13. mai

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The stage is divided into two parts. The first 150 km serve as an approach to the finish city. For the following 60 km, the route undulates continuously around the finish, crossing the urban centre twice (including once over the line).

The long approach is on fast roads with a few tunnels and some urban areas along the route, such as Foligno and Cagli, where roundabouts, traffic dividers and pedestrian islands will be the common impediments. The stage finale begins past the Gola del Furlo (on narrow but well‑surfaced road).

The route takes in the Cappuccini climb, passes over the finish and tackles the Monte delle Cesane ascent (with peaks reaching 18%). The route takes a wide loop, passes near the finish with 10 km to go, and climbs up the Cappuccini for the second time.

Final kilometres
After passing by (not over) the finish, the line is 9 km away. The ‘Cappuccini’ ascends in hairpins for 2.8 km, with gradients steadily above 12%, and 19% peaks halfway through the climb. Past the summit, the finish is 5.6 km away. The route descends rapidly for 4 km and then levels out over the final 1,600 m. The home straight is 700 m long, on 7 m wide asphalt, and slightly uphill

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