Tour de France is the world most famous cycling race, one of the three great male road tours, and takes place every year since 1903 for about three weeks. A great opportunity for enthusiasts and non to follow the race and, at the same time, to enjoy a very special holiday with Rodolfo Massi, winner of the 1998 tenth stage.
As for the Giro d'Italia, the race has its turning point in the mountain stages, some of which have become legendary for fans of this sport. Among the most famous are the Tourmalet pass (2,114 m in the Pyrenees), the Galibier pass (2,645 m in the Alps) and the Ventoux pass (1,909 m in Provence).
Great start in Italy
This year will be a special Tour de France. Great start in Florence-Italy, to continue with two other stage to celebrate Fausto Coppi.
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 Alpes to Nice
The Tour de France continue with some very interesting mountain stages such as: the Tuormalet and the Galibier. On the occasion of the Olympics in Paris the final arrival will be in Nice.
If you're not trained, don't worry, we might offer two bike types, choosing between E-bike and racing bikes, between the lightweight carbon model with electric gear and standard e-bikes with more thrust and power.
ROUTE CHARACTERISTICS MEDIUM: Wavy, climbs (5-15 km) with greater slopes
DIFFICULT: Various climbs (10-20 km) with gradients ranging from 20 to 25%
What to eat in France
If there's one thing you'll take home with you from your time in France, it's food memories – whether it's feasting on bouillabaisse in Marseille, savouring pissaladière in Nice, trying olive oil in St-Rémy de Provence, munching calissons in Aix or just sipping a shot of pastis while watching a game of boules on the village square.
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