*BOOK NOW* Ciclismo d’Italia: a pro-cycling pilgrimage

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Are you wondering where to head for your holidays next year?

Maybe you want the cycling holiday of a lifetime but don’t know where to start?

Luckily, with a combination of spectacular riding, luxury accommodation, superb food and wine, visits to the Pinarello and Bianchi bike factories, and more, I might just have the answer.

In 2018, and in partnership with www.gogetlost.com, I will be hosting: Ciclismo d’Italia: a pro cycling pilgrimage.

For 10 days we will ride the classic climbs of the Italian Alps (the Stelvio, the Mortirolo, the Gavia, and more), talk pro-cycling, and generally bask in the history and atmosphere of some of the finest bike riding on the planet.

This luxury trip will feature:

  • 4* hotels (in Cortina, Bormio, and Milan)
  • spa facilities (to ease the aches and pains of an epic day)
  • professional guides
  • commemorative jersey
  • scene setting presentations of the climbs (and the famous names who’ve ridden there before)
  • visits to the factories of Pinarello and Bianchi
  • a photo journal of the trip
  • and more…

All welcome, whether travelling alone, as a couple, or in a group.

This is a friendly trip, designed to combine spectacular cycling with great times (and a spot of luxury) off the bike.

Check out the Go Get Lost website for full details and to reserve your place with a deposit.

Get in there soon before we’re all booked up.

If you’ve any questions or queries just drop me an e-mail and I’ll get right back to you: ragtimecyclist@outlook.com.

I would LOVE you to join me!

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