Climbing: Lucca – Tuscany / July 10 – 13, 2018

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Four days on some of the most difficult and famous slopes of Tuscany. The program varies according to the season and weather conditions. With departure from Lucca, we take you up Mount Serra to admire the Pisa valley and coast, riding along fascinating roads through historic hamlets like Sant’Andrea and Pieve di Compito as well as the marvelous Camelie farms. We can also take on the very difficult highlands of Pizzorne, testing ourselves against one of the ten most difficult slopes in Tuscany or reaching Il Passo del Trebbio and Mount Sella. The program also gives you the opportunity to ride on the most difficult mountains and passes of the Apuan Alps, where you can contemplate the breathtaking views of the Passo Croci and Passo del Vestito. The challenging San Pellegrino hill, which was often the protagonist for the epic Giro d’Italia rides, will lead you to the Radici pass, before arriving at Abetone, a mountain town, crossing fir and beech forests.

  • Start Location: Lucca
  • End location: Lucca
  • Average daily distance: 70/90 km
  • Average daily elevation: 1.000/1.300 mt
  • Days: 4
  • Difficulty: 4/5
  • Group size: 8-12 riders

Included

  • All lodging in four-star hotels (usually inside Lucca’s walls)
  • All breakfasts
  • All dinners
  • High-end Pinarello bike
  • Daily bike tune-ups and washing
  • Daily laundry service for bike clothing
  • Daily post-ride massages
  • Professional riding guide
  • Support car with escort mechanic, spare wheels, sports nutrition and everything the riders may need along the ride
  • Transfer to and from Pisa or Florence airport or train station
  • Basic Health Insurance (see terms and conditions)

Not Included

  • Lunches
  • Flights to and from Lucca
  • Changes or additions to the menus will be charged separately
  • Anything not listed will be charged separately

Occupancy

Double occupancy (two people per room): you’re paying to reserve a room and we’ll assign you a roommate of the same gender. 

Single occupancy: you are paying to reserve a private room for your exclusive use.   

Double occupancy with riding partner (two people per room): you’re paying to reserve a room for your and your riding partner use. 

Double occupancy with non-riding partner (two people per room): you’re paying to reserve a room for your and your non riding partner use

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