- - Santini Announces 2024 "LaStelvioSantini" Event

Santini Announces 2024 “LaStelvioSantini” Event

The countdown to LaStelvioSantini has officially begun. On June 2, 2024, the streets of Bormio will be filled with thousands of cyclists ready to tackle the three completely renewed routes with the goal of conquering the Stelvio Pass.

There are therefore one hundred days left to the new format, which includes changes to the ranking system, where almost all the time trials will be eliminated, except for the classic and final ascent from Bormio to the Stelvio Pass.

Substantial changes have also been made to the routes, due to important road maintenance works ahead of the Milan Cortina 2026 Olympics, as the Valtellina will host alpine skiing, snowboarding, and freestyle events.

The two cornerstones common to all routes remain unchanged, the start from Bormio and the finish at 2,757 meters at the Stelvio Pass. All participants will climb through the streets of Sondalo (a 2-kilometer ascent), and those who have chosen the Medium and Long routes will also face the new climb from Vervio to Rogorbello (3.2 kilometers), and to reach Bormio, they will have to tackle the San Bartolomeo ascent (3.5 kilometers). The steep ascent to the Guspessa Mortirolo Pass (10.75 kilometers) remains for those who choose the most challenging option of the event.

All routes will undergo a change in length: the long route becomes 130 kilometers with 4,270 meters of elevation gain; the medium route is 108 kilometers with an elevation gain of 3,050 meters, and finally, the short route remains confirmed at 64 kilometers with 2,280 meters of elevation gain.

LaStelvioSantini is an amateur competition on three routes, the long one of 130 km, the medium one of 108 km, and the short one of 64 km, which attracts thousands of cyclists from all over the world every year with the aim of conquering one of the sacred monsters among the peaks of cycling, the Stelvio Pass.

Event Details:

  • Location: Alta Valtellina – from Bormio to the Stelvio Pass (province of Sondrio)
  • Edition: twelfth
  • Date: June 2, 2024
  • Long Route: Bormio – Rogorbello – Mortirolo – Bormio – Stelvio > 130 km (4,270 m elevation gain)
  • Medium Route: Bormio – Rogorbello – Bormio – Stelvio > 108 km (3,050 m elevation gain)
  • Short Route: Bormio – Sondalo – Bormio – Stelvio > 64 km (2,280 m elevation gain)
  • Organizer: US Bormiese Website:



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