Tour of the Alps to unveil 2023 course in Milan on November 4th

Tour of the Alps to unveil 2023 course in Milan on November 4th

After a successful 2022 edition, whose outcomes will be presented along with the 2023 course, the Tour of the Alps is warming up for another exciting show from April 17th to 21st, 2023

Once again, the prestigious Sala Buzzati, in the heart of Milan, will host the first official presentation of the 2023 Tour of the Alps. The routes of the five stages of the 2023 #TotA will be unveiled to the authorities and the international media on Friday, November 4th at 11.30 am

From April 17th to 21st, the big names of cycling will be in the action again in the Tirol-Südtirol/AltoAdige-Trentino Euroregion. In April 2022, the UCI Pro Series events offered memorable days and a breathtaking finale in the Tyrolean Alps: in Lienz, Frenchman Thibaut Pinot delivered an emotional win in the rain, while compatriot Romain Bardet managed to blow up the GC along with talented Dutch youngster Thymen Arensman, yet another rising star of international cycling launched by the Tour of the Alps. 

Again in 2022, the Euro-regional stage race displayed its original formula at its best, bringing a number of World Teams to compete on its traditionally short and challenging routes, in the breathtaking views on the Alps. A spectacle that gave a unique exposure to the beauty of the territories of Tirol, South Tyrol and Trentino, reaping significant results in terms World media exposure and value in the process, as demonstrated by the figures of the United Synergies report that will be presented in Milan. 

A rising trend that the event aims to follow also in 2023: the ambition of the G.S. Alto Garda organizers is to offer, once again, five days of cycling excitement, destined to leave their mark on the cycling season and in the hearts of fans in the buildup to the Giro d'Italia.

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