The 4 stages of the Gran Fondo make it a one-of-a-kind event that unites cycling, sport, culture, health and wellness. Following in the wake of the legends of road racing, athletes will experience the roads that made the Giro d’Italia great. Four routes of varying lengths are available, all of which start from Pinzolo and finish in Madonna di Campiglio:
For detailed information on the routes, download the roadmaps, GPX data, altitude profiles, and 3D maps.
The classic route starts in Pinzolo, heads down to Tione and then up to the Durone Pass. From Fiavè, it heads down to Ponte Arche before turning back up towards Madonna di Campiglio by way of Stenico, Massimeno, and Pinzolo.
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The alpine Gran Fondo stage starts in Pinzolo and up to Durone and Ballino Passes before descending into Riva del Garda. It then heads back up towards Ballino Pass by way of Tenno and descends to Ponte Arche. It then climbs back up to Stenico, Massimeno, and Pinzolo before returning once again to Madonna di Campiglio.
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The short route starts from Pinzolo, goes down to Pinzolo and to Spiazzo Rendena and then goes up again to Madonna di Campiglio, passing through Bocenago, Massimeno, Giustino and again Pinzolo.
The short route could be made also by e-bikes. IT IS COMPULSORY TO HAVE A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE TO PARTICIPATING IN THE GRANDFONDO AMATEUR CYCLING.
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