Added: thursday 05 May 2016 at 14:57:00

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Currently 10 comments!
  1. Merci pour ce travail formidable !

    | Freddy | wednesday 11 May 2016 at 12:29:34

  2. Nice web page but where is the kmz file?
    I need it now and not when the race is over.
    Many Thanks!

    | Oli | sunday 15 May 2016 at 8:25:22

  3. @Freddy #1 : merci, ça fait plaisir :). Et ce n'est pas fini ! (malheureusement ;-))

    @Oli #2: this is all perfectly explained in the article and the KMZ file will be published before the end of the race. If you *need it now* as you say, I suggest you create it, that'll probably only take you a few hours. Before writing those kind of things, think again: it's not as if I owe you something on this, all the information on this website is provided for free! Of course, I strive to publish the full race route even before the start of each race, but in this case it's just not possible. If you pay me a good salary every month I'd be able to quit my job and only focus on this. In that case I would guarantee you the availability before each race ... Now think again and understand that your comment was rude ...

    | Thomas Vergouwen | sunday 15 May 2016 at 13:58:14

  4. I sure appreciate each & every .kmz you provide! + ALL the other INFO, Insight, News, & stories. I love to follow along as the race goes on TV and just dream of someday going to some of these places.
    I tried to make some of my own for the first couple of Giro but by the roads listed on their site, my maps ended up wrong. I wanted to make the 16 TOC too but they don't give turn by turn and their maps don't show names of EVERY street/road for some reason.
    Thanks again!

    | notch_j_johnson | monday 16 May 2016 at 6:45:43

  5. Wordt het volledige KMZ-bestand nog beschikbaar gemaakt voor het einde van de Giro?

    | Steven Duchateau | tuesday 17 May 2016 at 14:20:24

  6. Une fois n'est pas coutume mais cette année, les Alpes semblent plus dures que les Dolomites.

    | Dom | friday 20 May 2016 at 21:59:05

  7. Many thanks for the Kmz file. Greatly appreciated.

    | Charlie | saturday 21 May 2016 at 2:20:18

  8. Les Alpes, les Dolomites? Je ne pense pas!

    | aria | monday 23 May 2016 at 13:17:39

  9. Bongiorno.

    Comme annoncé sur "A votre Tour", je confirme l'info (Raisport 1 d'hier) du chroniqueur Beppe Conti : projet d'arrivée du 100ème Tour d'Italie dans la ville éternelle : Rome.

    Un transfert en "Frecciarossa" (Treno Alta Velocita) de couleur rouge permettrait de rejoindre Rome après le passage dans la montagne de l'Alto Adige et du Valtellina.

    Je n'ai trouvé aucune mention/confirmation dans la presse francophone.

    Velowire number one ?

    Ciao.

    | André | friday 17 June 2016 at 12:07:42

  10. N'est pas encore confirmè, c'est seulement un projet.
    La "Capital" du Giro d'Italia c'est Milano, comme Paris pour le TDF.

    | aria | friday 17 June 2016 at 13:37:34