The second of three Apennine stages that will lure the GC riders into battle. There is no uphill finish, unlike on stages 6 and 10, but this sloane safari through the middle-class holiday haunts of Umbria and Tuscany does feature the 2016 Giro’s only stretch of sterrato, or gravel road, up to Alpe di Poti.
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