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Giro d’Italia 2023 stage 10 preview

SIENA, ITALY - MARCH 03: Alexey Lutsenko of Kazahkstan and Astana-Qazaqstan team attends Strade Bianche 2023 race route recon on March 03, 2023 in Siena, Italy. (Photo by Sara Cavallini/Getty Images)

Another day of two parts, and much will depend on the mood in the peloton after the Giro’s first rest day. With 2,600m of climbing, there is scope for an early break to stay away to the finish on the Tuscan coast, but the fast run-in to Viareggio might yet see the sprinters’ teams fire into action.

The route climbs to above 1,500m on the category 2 Passo delle Radici at nearly 90km in the stage, before a long and steady drop into Tuscany. If the break’s lead is within manageable proportions at that point, the peloton will surely crank into action to peg them back.

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