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The Route
The Milano-Sanremo presented by EOLO is raced mostly on the classic route which has connected Milan to the Riviera di Ponente over the last 100 years, via Pavia, Ovada and the Ligurian Apennines, negotiating the Colle di Giovo as the Passo del Turchino has become impassable owing to a landslide. The descent into Albisola leads back onto the Via Aurelia; the route then strikes west, passing through Savona, Albenga and Alassio. After the classic sequence of the “Capi” (Capo Mele, Capo Cervo and Capo Berta), the peloton passes through Imperia and San Lorenzo al Mare to negotiate two climbs which have entered the race route in recent decades: the Cipressa (1982) and Poggio di Sanremo (1961). The Cipressa is just over 5.6 km long with a gradient of 4.1%. The descent leading back down to SS 1 Aurelia road is highly demanding.
 
Cipressa, Poggio and final kilometres
The ascent of Poggio di Sanremo starts 9 km before the finish line. The climb is as follows: 3.7 km, average gradient less than 4%, maximum 8% in the segment before getting to the top of the climb. The road is slightly narrower, with four hairpin turns in the first 2 km. The descent is highly demanding, on asphalt roads, narrow at points and with a succession of hairpins, twist and turns as far as the junctions with SS 1 Aurelia. The final part of the descent enters urban Sanremo. The last 2 km are on long, straight urban roads. There is a left-hand bend on a roundabout 850 m from the finish line. The last bend, leading into the home straight, is 750 m from the finish line.
 
Cipressa, Poggio e ultimi km
A 9 km dall’arrivo inizia la salita del Poggio di Sanremo (3.7 km a meno del 4% di media con punte dell’8% nel tratto che precede lo scollinamento). La salita presenta una carreggiata leggermente ristretta e 4 tornanti nei primi 2 km. La discesa è molto impegnativa su strada asfaltata, ristretta in alcuni passaggi, con e un susseguirsi di tornanti e di curve e controcurve fino all’immissione nella statale Aurelia. L’ultima parte della discesa si svolge nell’abitato di Sanremo. Ultimi 2 km percorrono lunghi rettilinei cittadini. Da segnalare a 850 m dall’arrivo una curva a sinistra su rotatoria e ai 750 m dall’arrivo l’ultima curva che immette sulla retta finale di via Roma, tutto su fondo in asfalto.

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