The 160 riders who will battle for the Maglia Verde from tomorrow until 3 September have been made official. Among the big names at the start will be Simone Gualdi, Samuele Privitera, Jorgen Nordhagen, Matys Grisel and Jarno Widar.

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Lerici, 30 August 2023 – Everything is ready for the 47th Giro della Lunigiana, an international stage race in the Juniores category organised by Casano SSD and scheduled from 31 August to 3 September. The starting field has been made official with big names of international cycling that will do battle to conquer #TheRaceOfTheFutureChampions.

Among the main contenders for the Maglia Verde are Italians Simone Gualdi and Filippo Turconi (Lombardia), Samuele Privitera (Liguria), Edoardo Cipollini (Toscana), Alessandro Borgo and Mattia Negrente (Veneto).

The patrol of foreign riders is large and competitive, including Jorgen Nordhagen (Norway), Matys Grisel (France), Jarno Widar (Belgium), Matthias Schwarzbacher (Slovakia) and Filip Gruszczynski (Poland).

Among the riders born in 2006, who will also fight for the Maglia Bianca, will be at the start Lorenzo Finn (Liguria), Enea Sambinello (Emilia Romagna), Andrea Bessega (Friuli Venezia Giulia), Adrià Pericas (Spain), Patryk Goszczurny (Poland) and Jasper Schoofs (Belgium).

The main Social will be Facebook, where we will be present right from the start with the return of “Lunigiana Caffè”, a corner in which the day’s stage will be presented through interviews with the protagonists of the race a few minutes before the start. Lunigiana Caffè will not have a clearly defined timetable but will start approximately one hour before the start of the day’s stage. The big news is the return of RaiSport, which will offer everyone a summary of the five stages to be aired on 3 September.