The 17th stage of the 2017 Giro d’Italia sees the peloton stay in the mountains, but stick to the valley roads on the way from Tirano to Canazei (Val di Fassa).
After the drama and controversy of stage 16, this looked like a chance for a lesser-known rider to take the victory from a breakaway while the GC contenders could rest their legs.
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The start of the stage is lumpy with a couple of second category climbs, before the second half of the race is basically a continuous uphill drag.
Catch-up with the best bits of the stage here or read our full report on everything that happened on the 17th day of racing here.
The Giro d’Italia will continue on Thursday with a 137km stage from Moena (Val di Fassa) to Ortisei/St Ulrich (Val Gardena, packing in five categorised climb including a summit finish.