Cycling Across Italy

February 2nd, 2013 · No Comments

 

inrng : roads to ride - the stelvio

inrng.com2/2/13

As the sixth part of a series to explore the famous roads of cycling, here is the Passo dello Stelvio in the Italian Alps. The idea is to discover the road and its place in the world, whether as part. ... Built in 1959 by a mountaineer it might sound exotic, but no, you really are so high up amidst a rocky landscape with glaciers hanging around that this does feel Himalayan. The remote feeling is quickly forgotten at the summit where shops and restaurants crowd the top, the ...

 

Bicycling Southern Italy…the perfect wintertime touring destination ...

twowheeltravelblog.com1/31/13

Over two weeks we traveled from Rome to Naples and the Amalfi Coast by bicycle and back to Rome by train. The warm Italian winter sun was the perfect antidote for the pending wintertime blues that usually set in this time of ...

 

Onwards and Downwards – Cycling across Italy | James Desmond

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Onwards and Downwards – Cycling across Italy. James August 5, 2012 · [1] comment. Lake Como. The Mt. Blanc failure was a disappointment but I didn't want to dwell on it too long. Although there was plenty to see and do in chamonix, ...

 

Ciclismo Classico - Bike Across Italy

Ciclismo Classico's award-winning bike tour! Pedal Coast-to-Coast through Italys Cultural Soul! This coast-to-coast tour passes through four of Italys most beautiful regions: Le Marche, Umbria, Lazio and Tuscany, each known for its charming hilltowns...

 

Bike Across Italy rough draft

Re-edited, better and HD format video can be found here: vimeo.com Footage shot October 2009. www.ciclismoclassico.com Wide angle bike camera: www.actioncameras.co.uk

 

Cycling Across Mediterranean Europe, part 8 - Italy

Across Mediterranean Europe by bike. The slideshow with some movie clips covers the part of the ride from Civitavecchia through Rome and then by via Appia to Napoli and across the Apeninnes to the Adriatic coast and Bari. It ends in a beautiful, tiny...

 

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