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Appia Maxima

By luigi.russo 

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  • Description

Breve corsa a tappe nel Centro-Sud Italia che ricalca l'antico percorso dell'antica via Appia, da Brindisi a Roma.
Tutto il percorso (compresi partenze, sprint intermedi e arrivi) segue il tracciato storico reale della via romana.
La corsa a tappe è molto varia e presenta un arrivo per sprinter a Gravina, una tappa molto mossa ma con arrivo semplice a Benevento e un arrivo su uno strappo all'antico tempio romano di Giove Anxur a Terracina, prima dell'ultima tappa.
Questa prevede una facile salita fino ad Ariccia e poi un circuito da ripetere 3 volte con un passaggio di 11 km sul ciottolato proprio dell'Appia antica, prima dell'arrivo davanti al Colosseo.
Il percorso suggestivo ma non troppo esigente e il clima dei luoghi attraversati sarebbe particolarmente adatto ad un posizionamento a fine Febbraio/inizio Marzo, come preparazione per le corse WT della primavera italiana.

Stage race in Center-South Italy following the ancient route of via Appia, from Brindisi to Rome.
All the route (included starts, sprints and finishes) followe the real ancient route of the roman road.
This race has varied kind of stage: a sprint in Gravina, medium mountain with an easy finish in Benevento, finish on a climb to the ancient Giove Anxus temple in Terracina.
The last stage include an easy climb to Ariccia and a 3 times repeated circuit with 11 km of cobblestone of the ancient Appia, before stage finish near Colosseo.
The route is appealing but not too demanding and the race take place in hot zones, so it will be suitable to be raced in late February/early March, before the italian WT races.

  • Stages




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1 Plain Brindisi - Gravina BRINDISIUM (Brindisi) > SILVIUM (Gravina) 173.98 Km 0 64


2 Medium Mountain Gravina - Benevento SILVIUM (Gravina) > BENEVENTUM (Benevento) 203.54 Km 0 77


3 Medium Mountain Benevento - Terracina BENEVENTUM (Benevento) > ANXUR (Terracina) 174.87 Km 0 70


4 Plain Terracina - Roma ANXUR (Terracina) > ROMA 150.33 Km 0 56


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702.72 Km

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