The fifth stage of the Giro d’Italia on Wednesday, May 10 will see the riders take the 171km route from Atripalda to Salerno with the focus again likely to be on Remco Evenepoel and if he can recover strongly from losing the maglia rosa.
Evenepoel, Primoz Roglic and Britain’s Geraint Thomas are among the big names that will be covering the stage, which will include two category-three climbs: Passo Serra and Oliveto Citra.
How can I watch the Giro d’Italia on TV and live stream?
The UK coverage will be bookended by The Breakaway, presented by Orla Chennaoui, who has Dan Lloyd, Adam Blythe and Robbie McEwen for company.
Rob Hatch, Sean Kelly, Lloyd and Blythe will be in the commentary box, with Jens Voigt and Alberto Contador doing their thing on the back of a motorbike.
What time does Stage 5 of the Giro d’Italia start?
The fifth stage that covers the 171km distance between Atripalda and Salerno will begin at 11:30 UK time on Wednesday, May 10.
Giro d’Italia 2023 TV schedule and route details
|Stage||Date||Start / Finish||Distance||Breakaway on-air time|
|Stage 1||Sat May 6||Costa dei Trabocchi (Fossacesia Marina) – Ortona||19.6km (ITT)||12:30|
|Stage 2||Sun May 7||Teramo – San Salvo||201km (Flat)||11:00|
|Stage 3||Mon May 8||Vasto – Melfi||216km (Medium mountains)||10:30|
|Stage 4||Tue May 9||Venosa – Lago Laceno||175km (Medium mountains – summit finish)||11:00|
|Stage 5||Wed May 10||Atripalda – Salerno||171km (Flat)||11:30|
|Stage 6||Thu May 11||Napoli – Napoli||162km (Flat)||11:30|
|Stage 7||Fri May 12||Capua – Gran Sasso d’Italia (Campo Imperatore)||218km (High mountains – summit finish)||10:00|
|Stage 8||Sat May 13||Terni – Fossombrone||207km (Medium mountains)||10:30|
|Stage 9||Sun May 14||Savignano sul Rubicone – Cesena (Technogym Village)||35km (ITT)||12:00|
|Rest day||Mon May 15||–||–||–|
|Stage 10||Tue May 16||Scandiano – Viareggio||196km (Flat)||11:00|
|Stage 11||Wed May 17||Camaiore – Tortona||219km (Flat)||10:00|
|Stage 12||Thu May 18||Bra – Rivoli||179km (Medium mountains)||11:00|
|Stage 13||Fri May 19||Borgofranco d’Ivrea – Crans Montana||207km (High mountains – summit finish)||09:30|
|Stage 14||Sat May 20||Sierre – Cassano Magnago||193km (Medium mountains)||10:30|
|Stage 15||Sun May 21||Seregno – Bergamo||195km (High mountains)||10:30|
|Rest day||Mon May 22||–||–||–|
|Stage 16||Tue May 23||Sabbio Chiese – Monte Bondone||203km (High mountains – summit finish)||09:30|
|Stage 17||Wed May 24||Pergine Valsugana – Caorle||195km (Flat)||11:30|
|Stage 18||Thu May 25||Oderzo – Val di Zoldo||161km (Medium mountains)||11:00|
|Stage 19||Fri May 26||Longarone – Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Rif. Auronzo)||183km (High mountains – summit finish)||10:00|
|Stage 20||Sat May 27||Tarvisio – Monte Lussari||18.6km (ITT – summit finish)||10:15|
|Stage 21||Sun May 28||Roma – Roma||135km (Flat)||14:00|
Stage 5 profile and route map
Giro d’Italia 2023 Stage 5 Profile – Atripalda-Salerno
Giro d’Italia 2023 route map
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