Leaving Osnabrück, some hilly terrain awaits the peloton before a flatter run-in to Münster which should see a battle as the attackers will look to hold off those wanting a fast finish.
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A punchy local lap will no doubt see lots of attacks as the puncheurs try to distance the climbing sprinters, so we can expect an action-packed afternoon of racing.
A race on exposed roads, with some rolling sections and a cobbled climb; the weather conditions will play a big part on the outcome of the day where the best will do battle on the uphill drag to the line.
Another new race on the calendar for our Women's program, we can expect to see plenty of attacks over the punchy circuit in Varese as teams look to take advantage of the rolling terrain.
Taking place in the Dutch region of Friesland, Autumnal conditions can make for a particularly weather affected race, especially if the wind blows; but the sprinters will fancy their chances nonetheless.
A route described by the organisers as one for the "Classic Hunters", the climbs in the final third should tempt the climbers and puncheurs into action, looking to distance those with a fast kick.
The final Monument of the season, Il Lombardia, otherwise known as the "Race of the Falling Leaves", takes in a beautiful yet challenging parcours in the Lombardy region of Italy.
The climbs and gravel sections towards the end of the day will no doubt shape the race, with a reduced bunch sprint or an escape group battling for the win equally plausible.
The Development program's last race on the 2023 calendar, Paris-Tours always provides an exciting day of action where the potentially race winning move can go at any moment.
Rounding out the WorldTour campaign, the Tour of Guangxi gives the sprinters one last chance to test their speed while the climbers and puncheurs battle for the overall title.