The Strade Bianche Donne (Strade Bianche Women), also named Strade Bianche Rosa by Italian media, is an annual professional women's road bicycle racing event in Tuscany, Italy. Roughly a quarter of the route is raced on white gravel roads – unpaved country lanes winding through the countryside of the Chianti region – from which the event gets its name.

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  • The Strade Bianche Donne (Strade Bianche Women), also named Strade Bianche Rosa by Italian media, is an annual professional women's road bicycle racing event in Tuscany, Italy. Roughly a quarter of the route is raced on white gravel roads – unpaved country lanes winding through the countryside of the Chianti region – from which the event gets its name. First held in 2015, the race serves as the opening event of the UCI Women's World Tour, cycling's top-tier female elite competition. It is organized on the same day as the men's race, on the first or second saturday of March, on much of the same roads but at a shorter distance. Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten won the most recent edition in 2019. (en)
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  • The Strade Bianche Donne (Strade Bianche Women), also named Strade Bianche Rosa by Italian media, is an annual professional women's road bicycle racing event in Tuscany, Italy. Roughly a quarter of the route is raced on white gravel roads – unpaved country lanes winding through the countryside of the Chianti region – from which the event gets its name. (en)
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