We’ll set off early this morning, making our way to the finish area of today’s stage. One of our favourite climbs near Bormio and aptly the locals call it “piccolo Stelvio”. It may be the Giro’s equivalent to the Lacets Montvernier of the Tour de France. A final climb with many switchbacks in close succession will deliver a spectacular finish. The race goes over the Stelvio Pass today, where the Cima Coppi is claimed. It is the highest point reached by the Giro this year. We’ll keep our ride short and on the valleys around Bormio this afternoon, giving us time to watch the Queen stage of the Giro d’Italia 2020.