Responding to the unveiling of the 2014 Giro d’Italia route, Nicolas Roche has made clear that he is determined to take part in the race and will lobby the Saxo Tinkoff team to ride. 

Roche wants to grab the opportunity, being motivated by the fact that the first three days will be held in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Day one is a 21.7 kilometre team time trial starting and finishing in Belfast, while stage two also begins and concludes in that city, but takes the riders on a 218 kilometre road race stage. 

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