Friday afternoon the 198 riders of the 90th Giro d'Italia will be presented to the public. The riders will line up on the Giuseppe Garibaldi aircraft carrier off the island of Sardegna.
The race will make its way around the island the following three days; a 24 kilometre team time trial on Saturday, 205 kilometres to Bosa on Sunday and 181 kilometres to Cagliari on Monday. Then, after arriving on the mainland, the riders will enjoy their first day of rest before departing from Salerno on Wednesday.
In total there are 21 stages and 3486.2 kilometres before the riders arrive in Milan on June 3.