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/ 06.08.2018

          LIGURIA DAY 1 Ligurian hinterland, Apricale and Baiardo villages   Distance 65,00 km , ascent 1.100 m Difficult medium, possible to use e-bike     DAY 2 Riviera dei Fiori bicycle lane, ascent to Dolcedo and the end of Milano - San Remo classic race   Distance 71,00 km , ascent 1.000 m Difficult medium-high, possible to use e-bike   DAY 3 Cote d’ Azur e Nice   Distance: 114,00 km , ascent 980 m Difficult medium-high, possible to use e-bike   We cycle along the winding Via Aurelia coastal road with its short climbs and descents, the Mediterranean sea on our...

/ 06.08.2018

            DAY 1 Loop: La Morra - Barolo - Monforte d’Alba - Diano d’Alba - Grinzane Cavour   Distance 49,30 km , ascent 800 m Difficult medium, possible to use e-bike   "The King of wines, the wine of Kings". There is no better way to describe one of the greatest wines in the world. Made from Nebbiolo grapes - grown on these lands since the 13th century -, the oldest record of the designation "Barolo" dates back to 1730 in London, on a goods shipment invoice to the British Ambassador from the Kingdom of...

/ 06.08.2018

        THE ROYAL PALACE OF VENARIA   The Royal Place of Venaria, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the main Savoy royal family residences whose dimensions are comparable to those of Versailles. Built between 1658 and 1679 at the behest of the Duke Carlo Emanuele II, the palace was for centuries the place of recreation for the most beloved rulers of the house of Savoy, the scene of lavish receptions and long hunts on horseback. The flat route will lead from the center of Turin to the Venaria Reale village crossing...

/ 06.08.2018

          GRAN TORINO   Squares and majestic Baroque palaces, kilometers of arcades, parks, gardens and castles: the focus of this route is the historic center of Turin, full of architectural wonders and scenic vistas. Founded by Augustus in the imperial era, as evidenced by the Porte Palatine and the amphitheater, Turin remained until the sixteenth century a small trading city on the border of Italy. Turin’s fate changed in 1563, when Emanuele Filiberto of the Savoy royal family decided to make it the capital of his Dukedom. At the same time as...

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