The 104th edition of the Giro d’Italia will start in Torino on Saturday with Mikel Landa leading the team for Bahrain Victorious.
Mikel Landa is a three-time stage winner at the Giro, plus finished on the podium in the GC in 2015 and 4th in 2019. Landa comes into the race in excellent form, finishing on the podium at his last race in Italy, Tirreno Adriatico. Mikel will have a strong support team with the versatility to help across all stages.
The riders will take on 3,479.9 kilometres over 21 stages, climbing over 47,000m, starting with a 9km time trial in Turin.