A sportive that will put any athlete, even the most prepared one, to the test and that will certainly make you live unforgettable moments

Length: 205 Km

Maximum height: 791 m

Climb (including apparently flat ground): 89 km

Downhill slope: 77km

Flat ground: 39km

Max slope: 18 %

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Length: 205 Km

Maximum height: 791 m

Climb (including apparently flat ground): 89 km

Downhill slope: 77km

Flat ground: 39km

Max slope: 18 %

The route starts from Cesenatico’s canal harbour, covering a distance of 28 km at a very high average speed (over 40 km/h), using the slipstreams of other cyclists and arriving at the first climb towards Bertinoro.

**km 37: Polenta**

The first ascent of the Nove Colli begins near Bertinoro. The climb covers a distance of 8 km with an average gradient of 3% and a maximum gradient of 13%, for a total 227-metre elevation gain.**km 65: Pieve di Rivoschio**

Around Piandispino, another 8 km climb begins: the average gradient is 4.7% with the maximum reaching 9%, for a total 307-metre elevation gain.**km 80: Ciola**

After Linaro the route reaches the Ciola ascent: the climb covers a distance of 6 km, with an elevation gain of 313 metres. The average gradient is 5.5% and the maximum gradient is 11%.**km 91: Barbotto**

This is probably the most challenging and characteristic ascent. It climbs 372 metres in just 5.5 km. The maximum gradient is as steep as 18%, while the average is 6.9%.**km 112: Monte Tiffi**

Located in the municipality of Sogliano, this is a short 3 km climb, but with a maximum gradient reaching 16% and an average gradient of 5.8%.**km 121: Perticara**

After Monte Tiffi the route reaches Perticara, near Novafeltria. The average gradient is 4.1% while the maximum gradient is 12%, with an elevation gain of almost 370 metres.**km 141: Monte Pugliano**

This is the greatest elevation gain in the Nove Colli, climbing 511 metres in just 9 km, the result of an average gradient of 5.6%. The maximum gradient reaches 12%.**km 156: Passo delle siepi**

This 4 km ascent begins after passing Secchiano. The average gradient is 5.8%, while the maximum is "only" 7%.**km 176: Gorolo**

The last challenge of the Nove Colli is also one of the toughest. The climb is relatively short, covering a distance of 4 km, but with a "wall" as steep as 17%. The average gradient is 6%.

The first ascent of the Nove Colli begins near Bertinoro. The climb covers a distance of 8 km with an average gradient of 3% and a maximum gradient of 13%, for a total 227-metre elevation gain.

Around Piandispino, another 8 km climb begins: the average gradient is 4.7% with the maximum reaching 9%, for a total 307-metre elevation gain.

After Linaro the route reaches the Ciola ascent: the climb covers a distance of 6 km, with an elevation gain of 313 metres. The average gradient is 5.5% and the maximum gradient is 11%.

This is probably the most challenging and characteristic ascent. It climbs 372 metres in just 5.5 km. The maximum gradient is as steep as 18%, while the average is 6.9%.

Located in the municipality of Sogliano, this is a short 3 km climb, but with a maximum gradient reaching 16% and an average gradient of 5.8%.

After Monte Tiffi the route reaches Perticara, near Novafeltria. The average gradient is 4.1% while the maximum gradient is 12%, with an elevation gain of almost 370 metres.

This is the greatest elevation gain in the Nove Colli, climbing 511 metres in just 9 km, the result of an average gradient of 5.6%. The maximum gradient reaches 12%.

This 4 km ascent begins after passing Secchiano. The average gradient is 5.8%, while the maximum is "only" 7%.

The last challenge of the Nove Colli is also one of the toughest. The climb is relatively short, covering a distance of 4 km, but with a "wall" as steep as 17%. The average gradient is 6%.

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A sportive that will put any athlete, even the most prepared one, to the test and that will certainly make you live unforgettable moments

Length: 130 Km

Maximum height: 791 m

Climb: 50 km

Downhill slope: 46km

Flat ground: 34km

Max slope: 18 %

Starting grid
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Length: 130 Km

Maximum height: 791 m

Climb: 50 km

Downhill slope: 46km

Flat ground: 34km

Max slope: 18 %

The route starts from Cesenatico’s canal harbour, covering a distance of 28 km at a very high average speed (over 40 km/h), using the slipstreams of other cyclists and arriving at the first climb towards Bertinoro.

**km 37: Polenta**

The first ascent of the Nove Colli begins near Bertinoro. The climb covers a distance of 8 km with an average gradient of 3% and a maximum gradient of 13%, for a total 227-metre elevation gain.**km 65: Pieve di Rivoschio**

Around Piandispino, another 8 km climb begins: the average gradient is 4.7% with the maximum reaching 9%, for a total 307-metre elevation gain.**km 80: Ciola**

After Linaro the route reaches the Ciola ascent: the climb covers a distance of 6 km, with an elevation gain of 313 metres. The average gradient is 5.5% and the maximum gradient is 11%.**km 91: Barbotto**

This is probably the most challenging and characteristic ascent. It climbs 372 metres in just 5.5 km. The maximum gradient is as steep as 18%, while the average is 6.9%.

The first ascent of the Nove Colli begins near Bertinoro. The climb covers a distance of 8 km with an average gradient of 3% and a maximum gradient of 13%, for a total 227-metre elevation gain.

Around Piandispino, another 8 km climb begins: the average gradient is 4.7% with the maximum reaching 9%, for a total 307-metre elevation gain.

After Linaro the route reaches the Ciola ascent: the climb covers a distance of 6 km, with an elevation gain of 313 metres. The average gradient is 5.5% and the maximum gradient is 11%.

This is probably the most challenging and characteristic ascent. It climbs 372 metres in just 5.5 km. The maximum gradient is as steep as 18%, while the average is 6.9%.

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