With a fantastic effort by the organizers and the host cities, the 2018 Giro D’Italia starts in Israel and ends in Rome, and will surely be a race remembered for years to come.
The final stage on May 27, where the racers vie for the pink jersey, provides a circuit of 11.8 kilometres, repeated 10 times. Some of the roads will be routes used in the 2009 time trial stage.
The peloton will ride by many historical places, like the National Imperial, Circus Maximus, Piazza del Popolo and the Colosseum. Favorites to win include the Italians Viviani, Nizzolo and Modolo, along with the Australian Matthews.