Gran Fondo Dolomiti Stars 2011
From 25 June 2011 to 11 September 2011
The towns of Civetta, Falcade-Passo San Pellegrino, Arabba and Marmolada receive great attention in the world of cycling, not simply for their exciting natural settings, but mainly as they were in the past the stage for amazing sport performances.
Every year more and more tourists choose this healthy and characteristic form of holidaying, so that they can experience first hand exciting cycling feats. It is worth remembering that the Giro dItalia, one of the most important world stage races, passes through this area.
During the course of the summer these roads will stage many different 'not-to-be-missed' races: the 12th King Giau Mountain Trophy Edelweiss (25 June the Oderzo-Falcade-Oderzo (25 and 26 June the strenuous Mountain time trial Arabba-Passo Pordoi (26 June the Craft Bike Trans Alp (20 and 21 July) and the 2011 Saranno Campioni (3 September). Finally, the season will be wrapped up by the traditional Dolomiti Classic-TMC-Arabba (11 September) dedicated to those passionate about the two wheels, both amateurs and cyclists.
Along the duration of the summer you will be able to follow the many itineraries of the races and test yourself on the most demanding Dolomite passes, to challenge the fame of the great past champions who have here written some of the most memorable moments of the history of cycling.
The Dolomites are waiting for you and ready to welcome all those passionate about sport, with their perfectly equipped accommodation facilities, ideal for those looking for a unique and fully satisfying experience.
Period: From 25 June 2011 to 11 September 2011
Event location: Alleghe (BL)Arabba (BL)Civetta (BL)Marmolada (BL)
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