8 DaysOpen Scheduling: Jun 10 > July All inclusive
From green hills and vast vineyards to medieval castles and villages, Langhe has a one of a kind landscape. Visiting this place means diving into its history and culture, thanks to its views but also its delicacies, like the Barolo wine. In addition, its beautiful vineyards helped this place achieving his status of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.
The land of “Il Campionissimo” Fausto Coppi
In this place any cycling enthusiast can travel along the routes where “the champion of champions” Fausto Coppi trained as well as visiting the Coppi Museum.
Arrival at Milan Malpensa airport and transfer by van. The journey will start at Novi Ligure, area not far from the routes where Fausto Coppi trained. Then it will continue Canelli to visit its famous caves.
Rodolfo Massi, assisted by his staff, personally follows all cyclists pedalling with them, providing his professionalism, services and advice that come from his great experience and infinite passion for cycling.
From Nizza Monferrato back to Canelli everyone will have the possibility to taste the best local wines into several local wineries. Lastly, the cycling tour will continue along vineyard paths and will end in Monforte d’Alba.
If you're not trained, don't worry, we might offer two bike types, choosing between mtb and racing bikes, between the lightweight carbon model (weight 11 kg) with a little help and standard e-bikes (20-23 kg) with more thrust and power.
ROUTE CHARACTERISTICS Flat and wavy, suitable for everyone.
Wavy, climbs (5-15 km) with greater slopes.
What to eat in Piedmont Langhe
Not only wine, but also cold cuts, cheeses and truffles are central in the simple but delicious Langhe’s cuisine. Some examples are: Agnolotti del plin, Brasato del Barolo, Cooked Salame, Salsiccia di Bra, Veal with Tuna sauce, Zabaione al Moscato and Bonet.
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