On the Como-Bergamo axis everything is ready for the ‘classic of the dead leaves’, on Saturday the 117th edition will start, in which Pogacar, Roglic and Vingegaard, among others, will participate.

The breathtaking scenery of the stretch between Como and Bergamo will see almost all the big names of international cycling at work, grappling with a route that is anything but banal: and so, at the ‘Autumn World Championships’, among others, there will be the winner of the Giro d’Italia 2023, Primos Roglic, there will be Remco Evenepoel who has won both editions he has raced, the winner of the ‘Tour de France’ Jonas Vingegaard, and the classics specialists Van Aert and the rainbow winner Van Der Poel. The Azzurri’s hopes of returning to triumph after Vincenzo Nibali’s exploits were pinned mainly on Giulio Ciccone, who was, however, forced to forfeit after a crash at the Tre Valli Varesina.

EXCEPTIONAL SPONSORS OF THE EVENT. Being an integral part of this prestigious competition offers sponsors an extraordinary opportunity to interact with a wide audience of cycling fans and create meaningful connections with sports enthusiasts. The association with the Giro di Lombardia is synonymous with successful partnerships and represents a unique opportunity for sponsors to stand out in an environment of sporting excellence. Specifically benefiting from this will be Top Sponsors Credit Agricole and Livigno, as well as Tudor as Official Timekeeper, Toyota as Mobility Partner and Astoria as Official Wine. The race and its associated brands will enjoy great visibility on live TV on RaiSport, Rai2 and Eurosport.

OVER 200 KM OF EXCITEMENT. The Giro di Lombardia covers a route of 248 km with an altitude difference of 4400 metres, making it similar to a high mountain stage of the Giro d’Italia. Seven climbs, including the famous Madonna del Ghisallo, create an exciting course. The race starts in Como at 10:20 a.m. and ends in Bergamo around 4:30 p.m., with the world’s best cyclists ready to compete for glory. It will be a day of epic cycling and a celebration of sport on two wheels.