Girodellista Giro di Lombardia will be the first Giro to be held at the Dolomites.
With only one stage to go, the first stage of the race will begin on Saturday with a stage race.
The race will take place in the Dolome Valley of the Dolorosa mountain range.
The Dolomite is a steep, rugged mountain range located in the foothills of the Andes, in South America’s Andean region.
The Dolomitic is a narrow mountain range in the Andean Mountains of South America, that has been known as the “lost continent” due to its isolation.
It has a population of about 40,000 people and is the fourth largest mountain range of South American.
The area has been a hotbed for many forms of natural and manmade disasters including earthquakes, landslides, and floods.
The race will start in a scenic setting, where the race route will be laid out on a road, the race organizers said.
“The Dolome Mountain is a popular cycling route that is popular among the riders of the Giro,” they said.
The organizers have also been planning the event since 2017.
“Since 2016, the Dolomedas main event has been the first in Dolomeda Valley.
We are now in the first part of the 2018 race,” they added.
The organizers said that the start of the stage was scheduled for 3:00 p.m. local time (16:00 GMT) on Saturday.
“This will be a long day with a long descent, but we have the best weather for a stage,” Giro director Paolo Tocci said.
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