No wonder Gino Bartali had the chance to be a great biker and champion

Sorting out Tuscany’s cycling offer is certainly not child’s play: from the rugged mountains to the north, to the gentle hills of the central region, without forgetting the charming industrious plains climbing back up to the peaks of the Apennines.

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Monte Grappa challenges you: 10 climbs, 1 unique mountain

Monte Grappa is located in Veneto’s Alpine foothills, an area between the provinces of Treviso, Vicenza and Belluno, and with a height of 1,775 metres from the valley floor, is one of the most arduous Italian climbs.

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Monte Baldo Challenge

We are situated between the provinces of Trento and Verona, where Monte Baldo extends for over 40 kilometres, splitting into two culminating ridges at Punta Telegrafo (2,200 m a.s.l.) and Altissimo di Nago (2,070 m a.s.l.).

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Following in Pantani’s footsteps, beyond the Carpegna

The territory around Pantani’s hometown might seem flat. From the Adriatic coast towards the inland areas there are seemingly no changes in altitude, but when you least expect it, the hills emerge majestically one after the other.

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Discovering Lessinia and the Little Dolomites

Where are they located? How many kilometres of off-road trails are there? Which single trails are the most spectacular and offer the greatest adrenaline rush? It’s difficult to summarise in a few lines all of the offers that are available for fat tyres in Lessinia and the Little Dolomites.

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