Lots of news for the second edition of the Monte Grappa Cycling: shift of the race in July, new routes designed by Stefano Di Santo, cartographer of the Giro d'Italia and special promotions developed by the Organizing Committee thanks to the experience gained from the Dolomiti Classic of Arabba.
The organizing committee for Monte Grappa Cycling really pays a lot of attention to its participants, since they want to guarantee the maximum safety on both routes (the long 114 km and the short 57.9 km) and allow everyone to finish the race in the best way possible.
Special price for all the riders of the Gran Fondo Sportful Dolomiti Race. The calendar of the granfondo races is enriched by a new appointment at the end of the summer: the Monte Grappa Cycling, a challenging race for two-wheel lovers that on Sunday, September 7 will take cyclists and amateurs to face the up-hill climb of the Mount Grappa, tackled this year by the Giro d'Italia with an up-hill time trial.
Generally, the word stereotype conjures up negative images. Fair enough, but on the flip side, there are those happy stereotypes - like the Italian grandmother for instance (or German, American, whatever) - here, eat more, you're all skin and bones - have some more sugary deliciousness. It's the stereotype we all love to roll our eyes to, but on a hot Sunday in July, it was the stereotype that saved the day.
Roadside St. 14:What started as a failed attempt to climb a mountain, ended up with PEZ taking a trip to the tailors to see about a custom fitting. Sounds strange, but bear with us as Matt takes over Roadside duties as the Giro d'Italia heads into the mountains.