September 4 – 10, 2023
- San Vito di Cadore, Italy
- San Vigilio di Marabbe, Italy
- Santo Stefano di Cadore, Italy
- Stressen, Austria
6 days, 6 nights / Breakfast, lunch, two group dinners included
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For most, the mere mention of Italian Dolomites sets off fireworks of spectacular mountain scenery—and rightly so. There may be no more dramatic grouping of spires and rocky ridges jutting to the sky than that found in the Dolomites. For winter sports lovers, it’s pure paradise, with infinite options at every turn. For hikers and bikers, summer brings a wonderland of treasures, with trails and lanes crisscrossing remote ridgelines. Hard core road cyclists from around the world arrive each year to challenge themselves on passes made famous by cycling’s greats going back to the founding of bike racing itself. And all for good reason. You see, for all the glory laid upon this place, precious little can be disputed.
We take this week to absorb and enjoy the Dolomites, and one of the great places on Earth. Most of our cycling will find us on gravel backroads, leaving the famous road cycling passes to the those who seek conquest more than marvel. We’ll give a tip of the hat to the hard-core roadies, but we’re here for a different reason.
In truth, though, our paths are more authentic, as there were few if any paved roads when early greats of the Giro d’Italia made their marks here so many decades ago. But it won’t be racing or counting passes conquered that will be on our minds; we’ll be here for the pure joy of cycling, the love of adventure, and the simple appreciation of the good fortune that brought us to this magnificent place.