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... days riding and with the image of Stelvio still fresh in our minds, Costalunga just felt like a windy road. However, the motorcycle traffic was increasing and they all road these roads faster than our group. Heading North East we traversed first Passo di Sella , 2244 meters https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sella_P ass them Passo di Gardens, 2136 meters https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardena _Pass We stopped to view the stunningly different Dolamites. The carbonate rock of ...
... or course they count the stop for a beer. I know I mentioned Eros Poli in a previous blog, but I have to tell you how magnificent he real is. So Leslie and I were assigned to Eros with a few other guest. I got off to a great start, and never really seen Eros most of the day. He did catch me on the nasty climb in the 138 k route. But he was magnificent for Leslie, road with her to the finish of the 55 k route. He heard I had past the other guides and guests , and he chased me ...
... Ice Man , fascinating, found in 1991. Then we broke up into smaller groups and window shopped and made our way back to the bus depot, it was an ordinary city compared with what we've seen Back to base by 5.30 Packing, happy hour, speeches although some left yesterday and others this a m All thrilled with the setting after initially being disappointed that it was quite a way out of town I will ...
... like what we will see. Nice photos via Jim Merithew Relaxing day to visit the Maratona Village Oh my! Helicopters have been flying low over head today, preping for tomorrow's granfondo! Yup Italian television coverage via helicopters ... This is going to be interesting Early to bed ... 4 am wake up ... Breakfast, get ready and ride to start of the Maratona ... Yeh ...
... put them both together for the Granfondo. We are not doing the full 136k route, just the shorter 105 k, which isn't just shorter, it avoids the nastiest climb. Today's big climb was tough enough ... Just went on and on ... No flat spot, nothing under 4% and peaked at 12% I think. Was cursing to much to look to closely at the bike computer. Scenery was amazing, sorry only got a couple ...