2020 Milano-Torino
Male Team 05 Aug


198 Kilometers

Participants list

  1. Dario Cataldo
  2. Johan Jacobs
  3. Juri Hollmann
  4. Davide Villella
  5. Einer Rubio
  6. Mathias Norsgaard
  7. Gabriel Cullaigh


The final portion of the race, as in every RCS event, will be broadcast live on Eurosport 1 (5pm CEST), GCN Race Pass and RAI.


Just like at Strade Bianche, the new date of the race means that it turns into an entirely 'afternoon event': the start from Mesero will be given at 145pm, and the finish in Stupinigi is scheduled around 6.25pm CEST.

Social Media

The race's official Twitter account is @MiTo1876; the hashtag, #MilanoTorino.


Mesero - Stupinigi (198km)
05 August


This Milano-Torino is not like in previous years. The rearrangement of the big Italian classics in the post-pandemic calendar took the oldest race of the European calendar (first edition in 1876) to a slot as prelude of Milano-Sanremo, which will be held on Saturday 8th. And for that reason, the otherwise climbing course has become a ‘final rehearsal’ of what the big names hoping to win the ‘Classicissima’ could find three days later.

There’s no single categorized climb in the 198km parcours from Mesero -30km west from Milano- to Stupinigi, which had already hosted the finish of the Gran Piemonte two years ago (that race will come a week after ‘MiTo’). The only significant elevations will be overcome halfway through the course, and the last 50 kilometers will be pan-flat. A roundabout with 2km to go and a turn left with 400m remaining are the only major obstacles for the sprinters’ teams.