Our staff will meet you at Milan Malpensa Airport and will transfer you to your hotel.
After checking in we will stop at Cicli Mattio shop for a bike set-up and a warm-up ride to allow each cyclist to get acquainted with the road
Dinner in hotel.
Piasco -Costigliole Saluzzo -Villafalletto – Busca – La Colletta – Piasco
Today we will ride the 3 climbs that give the name to our OM bikes! Eremo – Brondello – Lemma
Dinner in a local restaurant.
Costigliole Saluzzo – Lemma – Brondello – Eremo – Piasco
Today we have planned a trip (easy ride) in a beautiful hilly area, inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage list for its cultural landscape, outstanding living testimony of wine growing and winemaking traditions.
Famous for its wine, cheese and particularly for Alba’s white truffle auction market. Driving and cycling through the stunning countryside with breathtaking views, we will visit a vinyard/vinery and will taste some incredible wines.
Dinner in a typical restaurant of the Langhe.
La Morra – Barolo – Monforte – Serralunga – Diano d’Alba – Alba
The Santuario of Vicoforte is a monumental church known for having the largest elliptical cupola in the world.
We will ride to Finale Ligure located on the Italian
Riviera crossing a gentle climb called Colle del Melogno.
Vicoforte Mondovì – Colle Del Melogno – Finale Ligure
After breakfast we will get ready to leave Sanremo for the day tour of the Apricale and Perinaldo climbs cycling through spectacular sceneries of hills and sea.
Sanremo – Bordighera – Ventimiglia – Camporosso – Dolceacqua – Isolabona – Apricale – Perinaldo – San Romolo – Ospedaletti – Sanremo
After breakfast we will get ready to leave Sanremo for the day tour of the Col de Vescavo and Col de Castillion climbs, cycling through spectacular sceneries of hills and sea.
Col de Vescavo – Col de Castillon
Col de Castillon – Col de Brauss – La Turbie
From San Remo we will descend to MonteCarlo by cycling the challenging Col de Madone with breathtaking scenery of Alps and seaside.
Sanremo – Montecarlo- Col de Madone
After breakfast we will get ready to leave San Remo for the day tour of the Pantasina. as well as the amazing climbs of Cipressa and Poggio.
Sanremo-Imperia-Salita Pantasina-Imperia-Dolcedo-Bellissimi-Discesa sul Civezza-Costa Rainera-Cipressa-Poggio-Sanremo
Time to relax and enjoy the Ligurian Riviera and/or Saluzzo.
This short yet demanding stage takes a double pass over the steep Via dei Principi di Acaja (with peaks topping out at 20%) and clears the first summit of the 2019 Giro in Montoso (1st category). The course first follows the mild undulations of the Pre-Alps around Saluzzo. After reaching Pinerolo, the route takes a first pass over the wall, tackles the Montoso climb and goes back to Pinerolo to clear the wall for the second time, 3 km before the finish
This high mountain stage features 3 harsh summits: Colle del Lys first (along the Val Susa side), then the Pian del Lupo (Santa Elisabetta) climb just above Cuorgné/Castellamonte, and the final Colle del Nivolet climb, leading all the way to Lago Serrù. The route takes the renewed “old road”, with steep gradients topping out at 14/15%.
This is a very short stage (131 km) featuring 5 summits and a remarkable elevation gain (4,000 m) compared to the route length. The course takes in climbs up Verrayes, Verrogne, Truc d’Arbe (Combes) and Colle San Carlo, before the summit finish in Courmayeur. The ascents are long, steep and unrelenting, except for maybe when the route cuts across Aosta. The stage, therefore, is very intense and demanding.
Our Giro D’Italia Tour
has come to an end.
We hope to have you back again for some new adventurous cycling tours.
Today we will drop you off at Milano Malpensa Airport.
Have a safe return home!