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Tre Valli Varesine 2021 odds

Who wins Tre Valli Varesine 2021?

There is no odds at Tre Valli Varesine 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Vuelta a España 2020.

Who wins Tre Valli Varesine 2019?

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Alejandro Valverde6.006.00
Sonny Colbrelli7.007.00
Primož Roglic9.009.00
Diego Ulissi11.0011.00
Michael Valgren11.0011.00
Sergio Higuita12.0012.00
Michael Woods15.0015.00
Jakob Fuglsang21.0021.00
Tim Wellens26.0026.00
Bauke Mollema29.0029.00
Gianni Moscon29.0029.00
Iván García Cortina29.0029.00
Pierre-Roger Latour29.0029.00
Vincenzo Nibali29.0029.00
David Gaudu34.0034.00
Dylan Teuns34.0034.00
Gianluca Brambilla34.0034.00
Tiesj Benoot34.0034.00
Giovanni Visconti41.0041.00
Kristian Sbaragli41.0041.00
Maximilian Schachmann41.0041.00
Alex Aranburu51.0051.00
Daniel Martin51.0051.00
Davide Formolo51.0051.00
Simon Clarke51.0051.00
Steven Kruijswijk51.0051.00
Toms Skujinš51.0051.00
Ben Swift67.0067.00
Emanuel Buchmann67.0067.00
George Bennett67.0067.00
Luis León Sánchez67.0067.00
Mads Pedersen67.0067.00
Patrick Konrad67.0067.00
Rafal Majka67.0067.00
Robert Gesink67.0067.00
Rudy Molard67.0067.00
Simone Velasco67.0067.00
Tao Geoghegan Hart67.0067.00
Wilco Kelderman67.0067.00
Eddie Dunbar81.0081.00
Eduard Prades81.0081.00
Francesco Gavazzi81.0081.00
Hugh John Carthy81.0081.00
Laurens De Plus81.0081.00
Richard Carapaz81.0081.00
Sepp Kuss81.0081.00
Alexandr Riabushenko101.00101.00
Andrea Vendrame101.00101.00
Damiano Caruso101.00101.00
Davide Ballerini101.00101.00
Gregor Mühlberger101.00101.00
Jon Aberasturi101.00101.00
Mark Padun101.00101.00
Mattia Cattaneo101.00101.00
Robert Power101.00101.00
Roman Kreuziger101.00101.00
Tanel Kangert101.00101.00
Valentin Madouas101.00101.00
Carlos Barbero151.00151.00
Dario Cataldo151.00151.00
Jelle Vanendert151.00151.00
Kilian Frankiny151.00151.00
Koen Bouwman151.00151.00
Louis Meintjes151.00151.00
Marco Canola151.00151.00
Mathias Frank151.00151.00
Sébastien Reichenbach151.00151.00
Chris Hamilton201.00201.00
Francesco Bongiorno201.00201.00
Jan Polanc201.00201.00
Nicolas Edet201.00201.00
Niklas Eg201.00201.00
Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg201.00201.00
Valerio Conti201.00201.00

Tre Valli Varesine

The Tre Valli Varesine is a semi classic European bicycle race held in Varese, Italy. Since 2005, the race has been organized as a 1.HC event on the UCI Europe Tour.

It is usually the first and most important race of Trittico Lombardo, which consists of three races held around the region of Lombardy on three consecutive days. These races are Tre Valli Varesine, Coppa Ugo Agostoni and Coppa Bernocchi.

Tre Valli Varesine might not look like much, but this is a really difficult race. After a gentle start, cyclists hit the lap circuit after 82km, where they spend the next 130km of the day. The initial lap circuit features a fast descent and two climbs, with the speed increasing throughout the day. Put simply, there is nowhere to hide in the circuit!

Last year, the organizers decided to slightly change the finish of the race, by introducing a longer lap near the end of the race. The final two laps are 21.29km in length, compared to 12.9km in the shorter lap. The Montello climb is 1150m at 6.5% and had a maximum of 10%. The new addition to the race last year was the Morosolo climb, which is 4.6km at 4.8%, but that includes a descent, the beginning of the climb is the hard bit.

1.6km at 8% is a climb which will test the sprinters and will provide the punchers with a lot of hope. The organizers are hoping that this provides a launch pad for the climbers. The climb is narrow and new for the vast majority of riders. Once over the top of the difficult section, we still have 8km left in the race.

After a short descent, we have another little kicker for the riders to deal with. The climbing is all done with 4km remaining and the final kilometer is the same as in previous years.


Circuit racing usually follows a set plan. Each lap sees the pace increase and the closing 30km usually features many attacks. Teams continually want to have a man in the move, allowing their other riders the chance to hide in the pack.

Being a new finishing circuit, we will probably see a more defensive race. Most teams will be happy to have all the action in the final lap. The top of the Montello climb is too far out for a move to survive, meaning the moves will go on the new climb, but cresting with 4km remaining does mean we have a chance of a small sprint.