The Giro d'Italia, which will be ridden for the 89th time between May 6-28 next year, will be unveiled to the press and invited guests in Milan's MazdaPalace on November 12. The race, organised by RCS Sport, will start in Belgium next year with an individual time trial in Seraing, in Wallonia. That will be followed by two in-line stages, between Mons and Charleroi, and from Perwez to Namur. The third stage will also start in Belgium, in Wanze. The three week tour will finish in Milan's corso Venezia on May 28.