Giro Dolomiti plus Stelvio

Alpine Cadence : Supported rides for cyclists in the Alps

Giro Dolomiti plus Stelvio

7th - 15th September 2019


7 fantastic days of riding in the most stunning scenery you're likely to ever come across. All the classic climbs of the beautiful Dolomites as well as a dramatic climax to the trip on Stelvio, Mortirolo and Gavia.





After 6 previous Giro Dolomiti tours we've decide to adapt it a little and pack even more in! Full details of the exact route will be available here in the weeks to come. In place and confirmed already:
 
  • Arrivals into Venice airport on Saturday 7th September 2019
  • Ride start is Bassano del Grappa (1 hour 15 min transfer from Venice)
  • 7 days of riding with medium and longer ride options on most days.
  • Classic Dolomite climbs - Passo Giau, Passo Fedaia, Passo Pordoi, Passo Sella and many more.
  • 2 nights in Bormio to fully exploit Passo Stelvio, Passo Gavia and the fearsome Mortirolo.
  • Departures from MIlan airports on September 15th.



Cost £1445


What's included in the trip?
  • Transfers from Venice Airport (Marco Polo) and to a choice of Milan airports.
  • 8 nights twin share accommodation in carefully selected 2 and 3 star hotels
  • 7 days of  supported rides (mechanical assistance, vehicle support and guiding on all days)
  • All breakfasts and dinners
  • Informal evening lectures available from a qualified cycling coach offering training advice in preparation for cycling events
  • Energy drinks and snacks available at all times


What's not included?
  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Lunches





Who is this trip aimed at?

This is a challenging trip with some steep and sustained climbs. The format of the trip means that riders will have some flexibility each day to take on a 'standard' route or an extra 'challenge' route. This flexibility means that stronger riders will have the opportunity to be as challenged as they wish whereas more moderate level riders will still be able to enjoy riding in this incredible region.Distances and amount of climbing will vary each day but as a guide each day will be between 80 - 130km and 2000-3000m of climbing. Those riders taking on the 'standard' route that we offer can expect to ride around 600km in the 7 days with around 13000m of climbing. Those taking on all the 'challenge' options will be looking at around 800kms and 18000m climbing.

VAM rating

We use VAM as one way of determining a rider's level and therefore their suitability for a given tour. Riders on this trip should be capable of climbing at a rate of around 700m on a long climb. This does not mean that riders have to ride at this level for the duration of the trip but it's simply a measure of what a rider is capable of when they are at or close to their limit. Find out more about VAM in our Frequently Asked Questions


Please contact us if you would like to book into this trip or to find out more information
 
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