A special edition with a new road to ride in the middle of August. But the appeal of this great Italian race remain the same. Six riders per team will be at the official start in Milano.
3 great races in less than one week have been already rode in Italy. Strade Bianche, Gran Trittico Lombardo and Milano-Torino, but now is time to ride one of the 5 international monuments of cycling, the Milano-Sanremo. Many new things, starting from the season, coming to the road, up to the number of riders to the start. 299km to ride with the great final in Sanremo after doing as usual Cipressa and Poggio climb.
Six riders have been selected by Roberto Reverberi and Mirko Rossato, taking into consideration the condition of their riders in the previous races.
Alessandro Tonelli is the most experienced rider of the line-up, the 2020 edition will be the 4th participation to a Milano-Sanremo. With him Iuri Filosi and Vincenzo Albanese at their second participation. The other 3 riders of the team will “debut” in their first Milano-Sanremo of the career. They are Daniel Savini, Filippo Fiorelli and Fabio Mazzucco.
Vincenzo Albanese (1996) – All-rounder
Iuri Filosi (1992) – All-rounder
Filippo Fiorelli (1994) – Rouleur
Fabio Mazzucco (1999) – All-rounder
Daniel Savini (1997) – Climber
Alessandro Tonelli (1992) – Rouleur
The race will be broadcasted live in more than 200 countries, and in Italy will be available on Rai2 and Eurosport starting from 3.30 pm, with expected arrival at 6.30 pm.