Milano-Torino 2020 odds
Who wins Milano-Torino 2020?
There is no odds at Milano-Torino 2020 yet, but we had already found odds at Tour of Flanders 2020.
Who wins Milano-Torino 2019?
Milano Torino 2019
Milano Torino is a one-day pro cycling race event which held in Milan, Italy. It is the semi-classic European event owned by RCS media group and is ranked as 1-HC in the UCI continental calendar. The race usually starts in the early October—from Milan and Turin (The most famous Italian cities) with a total distance of 199 kilometers on the surface. The race consists of a straight flat; head start and several hilly mountains, and sprints on the surface, and is categorized as a medium hard event in entire european cycling calendar with just one stage.
The recent version of Milano Torino was held last year, and Thibaut Pinot from France ( Team Groupama-FDJ) won the title of 1st man in the race with the timelapse lead of 4h43'36’’ while Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Astana Pro Team) took the 2nd place in the overall race.
The Route 2019
The race starts in Magenta, and within the initial parts, it follows flat, large and straight roads crossing the Pianura Padana and passing through the territories of Abbiategrasso and Vigevano and from Lomellina to Monferrato. Here, the altimeter analysis tends to expand a series of ups and downs. Then, the route implies some sprints for the places settled on the highest of the hills (like Altavilla Monferrato, and Alfiano Natta) which bring around the ultimate circuit.
After San Mauro Torinese the route coasts the Po in Corso Case to climb up to the Basilica of Superga. Then, the route goes down (making a deviation of 600mt before the end line) to Rivodora with a hard downhill that brings back to San Mauro. Then, the road implies once more to climb up with a gradient of over 100%. The mounted feed zone is found once Fubine Monferrato at the 94-97 kilometer of the race.
The last five kilometers (which area unit continual doubly excluding the ultimate 600 mt) From Torino in Corso Casale, wherever the climb starts, rouse the Basilica of Superga. The common slope is nine,1% with a peak of 14 July within the middle of the climb and long components of 100 pc. At 600m from the arrival, the route needs a you-turn while navigating the left to face the ultimate ramp of eight,2% of slope. Finally, the last turn on the asphalt at 50mt from the goal.
1. Milan to Torino, 199 kilometers (Flat sprint stage)