The Granfondo Milan-San Remo Cicloturistica is the only amateur cycling event that lets you cover the same route as that followed by the great champions in the Spring Classic.
From the outskirts of Milan to the center of San Remo, the route re-traces the same roads as the Spring Classic being covered each year by cyclism greatest champions.
Sunday 9 June 2019 take the climbs of the great champions: Turchino, Cipressa e Poggio
Through the Granfondo Milan – San Remo Cicloturistica you can cover the same climbs as the great champions: Turchino, Cipressa and Poggio of San Remo.
Sunday 9 June 2019
Opening registrations: 1st September 2018
49th Granfondo Milano – San Remo Cicloturistica
Put yourself to the test in the Great Classic of amateur cycling!
The Granfondo MILAN – SAN REMO cicloturistica covers the same route as that followed by the great champions in the Spring Classic.
This is the longest amateur cycling event in the world, with a distance of about 296 km from the outskirts of Milan, crossing the Lombardy and Piedmont Plains, proceeding to the ascent of the Turchino and arriving finally at the Ligurian Riviera. From Genoa the route follows the coast of the Ligurian sea right to the finish line, which can only be conquered by venturing up the legendary climbs of the Cipressa and the Poggio of San Remo.
The MILAN – SAN REMO cicloturistica began in 1970 on the initiative of the Unione Cicloturistica Sanremo, and they have organized it ever since without a break, making it into the most famous cicloturistica event in Italy.
The last editions welcomed in all about 2,000 athletes coming from all over Europe, with the participation also of athletes from countries as far away as New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Brazil, the United States and Canada.
On our site you will find all the information you need to register and organize your trip, everything from hotels to transfers. You concentrate on training, we will think of everything else …… register now!
Official t-shirt and shorts
Included in the race pack for registrations by 30 April