Giro d'Italia Final Week - Dolomites (Final 8 days)

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The riders will start the final week into the Eastern Alps and climb via the steep Mortirolo and the legendary Passo di Gavia, where Andy Hampsten gained time on his rivals in the snow to win the 1988 Giro d'Italia.

 

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Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

The riders will enjoy the second rest day near Bergamo before climbing high into the Eastern Alps via the steep Mortirolo and the legendary Passo di Gavia, where Andy Hampsten gained time on his rivals in the snow to win the 1988 Giro d'Italia.

Other mountain stages then head north and south between Val di Sole and Anterselva, Dobbiaco and Santa Maria di Sala and then Treviso and San Martino di Castrozza. The final mountain stage, on the final Saturday, is from Feltre to the Passo Croce d'Aune. The riders will climb the Passo Manghen, the Passo Rolle and finish on the 8.5km Croce d'Aune, where Tullio Campagnolo struggled to change a wheel during a race in 1927 and so was inspired to create the quick-release lever.

The 21 days of racing will end with the final 15km time trial around Verona, making for a total of approximately 58km of time trialing. However, many of them are on hilly, rolling roads, giving the climbers a chance to limit their losses and then perhaps attack in the mountains.

Join Go4Cycling on this tour honoring sporting history.  The 1909 Giro d'Italia winner, Luigi Ganna, used his prize money to open a bicycle factory and while we can't promise you will do the same, we can guarantee memories that will last a lifetime.

 

Spectators (non-cyclists) will be able to follow the same itinerary. Our luxury minibus follows during all rides. We provide 5% discount for non-cyclists (not applicable for the Hospitality packages)contact us!

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

Giro d'Italia - Final Week (Dolomites) - 8 days

 

Sunday, May 26th: Meeting point at Malpensa Airport (Milan)

  • Go4Cycling provides flexible meetings points to match your travel itinerary:
    • 1 pm: Our Go4Cycling-staff will meet you at Malpensa Airport (Milan) to take you to our hotel near the airport.  
    • In case you arrive earlier in Italy you can book an extra night at our hotel near the Airport (Malpensa) and meet us at the lobby (hotel details can be requested by email).
  • After the check-in our staff can assist with the assembly our world-class rental bikes. For those bringing their own bikes, our staff can assist with the assembly of your bike.
  • 3pm: Short loop ride in the region for bike fitting.
  • Welcome dinner: The itinerary and program for the following days will be explained.

Monday, May 27th: Rest day Giro - Transfer to the Dolomites

  • After breakfast we will drive to our next home base in Ponte di Legno for the next 2 nights. 
  • Hotel Mirella offers a wellness center with indoor pool, hot tub and sauna.
  • The pro riders will enjoy their rest day, but for us there is a huge challenge waiting...Passo Gavia! We will take the ascent to the Cima Coppi  (highest climb of the Giro d'Italia 2019). With its peak at 2,618 metres, the Gavia can be severely cold. In fact, in the 1988 Giro d’Italia Andy Hampsten and Erik Breukink rode into cycling legend when a blizzard engulfed the mountain pass. In white out conditions the riders crested the Gavia and following a freezing descent – with visibility of at most 20 metres on the twisting road – Breukink took the stage win and Hampsten the maglia rosa.
  • Let’s hope for better conditions in the 2019 edition. The Passo Gavia is 16.5 kilometres long and fairly regular, like most Alpine giants. The opening kilometres rise at 5% and when the hairpins appear the road gets steeper. The average gradient is 8% and the steepest sector 16% (at kilometre 6.5).
  • After our descent from the Gavia we will follow the valley towards Sondalo. Today's ride will end here with about 65km and we will drive back to our hotel with our minibus. 

Tuesday, May 28th: Giro stage 16  "LOVERE-PONTEDI LEGNO"

  • The 16th stage of the Giro d'Italia takes in the illustrious duo Gavia and Mortirolo. The start is in Lovere and the route amounts to 226 kilometres. The finish lies at the end of a false flat of 16 kilometres in Ponte di Legno.
  • Our 75km ride from today includes the Passo di Mortirolo. Located at 1,854 meters, the pass was a dust road until 1990, but when it was paved at last the pass became stuff for legends in an instant.
  • After breakfast we will drive to Aprica. From here we will descent to Tirano. We will intercept the race route in Mazzo. The ascent from Mazzo is the toughest side: 12.8 kilometres and an average gradient of 10.1%. Four kilometres up the climb and the riders tackle ramps up to 18%. It is part of the section between kilometre 3.5 to kilometre 9.7, which is averaging a brutal 12%. The Mortirolo is ruthless without one moment of rest for the screaming legs. We will go down a technical descent and follow the valley of the Oglio upstream. This is a false flat of 16 kilometres to the line in Ponte di Legno.
  • When we reach back at our hotel you can enjoy a well deserve shower and change out of cycling clothing. You will have free time to enjoy the town, watch the race, and find a spot to watch the finish.

Wednesday , May 29th: Giro stage 17  "COMMEZZADURA (Val di Sole) - ANTERSELVA/ANTHOLZ"

  • The 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia travels from Commezzadura in the Val di Sole to Anterselva. The route amounts to 180 kilometres, while the last 5 kilometres slope at 8.5%.
  • Today we can watch the riders at the start as they prepare to roll out for stage 17.  An expo type village is created at the start of each one of the stages. It is usually here that everyone who is linked in any way to the Giro including sponsors, media and celebrities from the cycling world will show themselves. 
  • After the start we will transfer to our next hotel in Valle di Primiero. Brunet - The Dolomites Resort Hotel is surrounded by the mountains of Trentino and offers a wellness center.
  • You will have a choice to have a relaxing afternoon or go out for a short loop ride in the region. 

Thursday , May 30th: Giro stage 18  "VALDAORA/OLANG- SANTA MARIA DISALA"

  • Sandwiched between the Alps' stages in the last week of action, the 18th leg of the Giro d'Italia travels from Valdaora to Santa Maria di Sala. A bunch sprint is the most likely outcome at the end of the 220 kilometres race.
  • The race climbs false flat to its highest point Cimabanche. The 1,530 metres peak is crested at kilometre 30 before the rest of the race travels virtually all downhill. After 85 kilometres of non-stop flying down the mountains a climb to Pieve d’Alpago demands to change gears and a little later La Sella di Fadalto is crested before the drop continues.
  • The last 60 kilometres are almost flat – yet, it still goes slightly downhill from a technical point of view. Conegliano, with 65 kilometres out, is located at an altitude of 62 metres and the finish line at 13 metres.
  • Today we will catch the Giro d’Italia as they come past near to us in Alpago. We will head out with our bikes and start with our ascent to Passo Cereda. After about 60km we will intercept today's stage and follow the course for about 10km up to Pieve d’Alpago - 691m. 
  • After the race is passed we will transport you back to the hotel.

Friday, May 31st: Giro stage 19  "TREVISO-SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA"

  • At 131 kilometres, the 19th stage is the penultimate mountainous race of the Giro d'Italia. With a start in Treviso and finish in San Martino di Castrozza, the route takes in several climbs, while the ascent to the line amounts to 13.6 kilometres.
  • Following the start in Treviso the riders head to the foot of the Santa Maria della Vittoria, an easy climb to stretch the legs (and possibly form the breakaway). The route continues to Follina and Tovena to tackle the Passo San Boldo: 6 kilometres at 7.5%. It is an impressive structure with five tunnels blasted into the rock, several hairpins and six bridges. The route descends to Trichiana and continues west to Feltre
  • After Feltre the Giro moves through Fonzaso and climbs up to Lamon to hit the final ascent in Fiera di Primiero. The San Martino di Castrozza climb amounts to 13.6 kilometres, while its average gradient is 5.6%. The first 2 kilometres are a false flat before the rest of the climb hovers just above 6%.
  • The finish is in very nearby San Martino today. In the morning we will ride in the opposite way of the race to the town of Feltre. From Feltre we climb up to Passo Croce d’Aune - 1015m in the oposite way of tomorrow's finish. We will continue our 90km loop ride all the way to San Martino. Afterwards we will descent back 12km to our hotel to refresh, change out of cycling clothing and watch the race when they passing at our hotel.

Saturday, June 1st: Giro stage 20 "FELTRE- CROCE D'AUNE-MONTE AVENA"

  • The 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia is the last challenge in the high mountains. The route travels over the Cima Campo, Manghen and Rolle passes before a final haul up on the Passo Croce d’Aune and Monte Avena. The last 1.5 kilometres uphill are averaging 10.5% before a short descent to the line. 
  • The Croce d’Aune is a beautiful climb. Peaking at 1,015 metres, it certainly isn’t the longest climb in the world, yet it inspired Tullio Campagnolo in November 1927 to invent the rear derailleur that would revolutionize cycling. In freezing conditions he failed to remove the rear wheel of his bicycle during a race, which not only resulted in him losing the race, but also led him to develop the quick release skewer. Subsequently Campagnolo became one of the greatest legends in bicycle component invention and manufacture.
  • The final mountain stage of the 2019 Giro sets off in Feltre to take in intermediate climbs up the Cima Campo (18 kilometres at 6%), Passo Manghen (23 kilometres at 7% and ramps of up to 15%), and Passo Rolle (20 kilometres at 5%). The ultimate haul up on the Croce d’Aune and Monte Avena is 13.5 kilometres, while its average gradient is 6.3%. With gradients hovering around 10%, the last 1.5 kilometres before the summit are tailor made for mountain goats.
  • The Passo Croce d’Aune peaks at 1,015 meters and the race uses an extra climb to 1,225 metres to pep up the final pink jersey fight.
  • In the morning we will drive to the start in Feltre. We’ll arrive in time to see the team buses arrive and riders sign on. 
  • After the start of the pro's it is our turn to ride the first and last section of todays stage. Just like to pro's we will start and climb up to Cima Campo (18 kilometres at 6%). After about 45km we leave the race course to take a short cut to the uphill finish a the Passo Croce d’Aune. In Gorna we will intercept the race route again and we will ride the final kilometers on the official course of the Giro d’Italia. This loop ride is about 70km.
  • What a memorable day it will be because today's penultimate stage we will witness near the finish line!

Sunday, June 2nd: Giro stage 21 "VERONA-VERONA  ITT" 

  • The Giro d'Italia is set to finish with an out-and back ITT of 15.6 kilometres in Verona. The city’s Roman amphitheatre hosts the finish of the first Grand Tour of 2019, while the route takes in an intermeditate climb of 4.5 kilometres at 4.6%. 
  • The 1984 and 2010 Giro d’Italia finished in similar style with Francesco Moser and Ivan Basso winning the maglia rosa. The ITT on the last day of action takes in an intermediate climb on the Via Torricelle. With its gradients fairly steady the ascent slopes for 4.5 kilometres at 4.6%. The intermediate time check is at the summit – kilometre 9.2 – before a descent along wide roads leads to the finish in the Arena.
  • Verona is the hometown of Romeo and Juliet.
  • Including this 15 kilometres of time trialing, the route of the 2019 Giro d’Italia takes in almost 60 kilometres against the clock. As many of these are on rolling to hilly roads the climbers are given a chance to limit their losses.
  • In the morning we give you an option to make a final loop ride (1hr) before we check out and go to the start of the final stage in Verona.
  • We will approach the riders warmup, the start ramp and of course, and the ceremony at the end of the stage.
  • After the podium ceremony we will transfer to Milan for our farewell dinner. 
  • We will spend our final night at Novotel Milano Malpensa Aeroporto. This hotel is a designer hotel with large soundproof rooms.  
  • On request it can be arranged that your final night will be at Verona. 

Monday, June 3rd: All too soon, our Giro concludes after breakfast. Time to pack the bags and start savouring the good times and the memories.

  • We will organise your airport shuttle to the Milan international Airport (Malpensa). Then it is goodbye from Go4Cycling until the next trip!
  • As mentioned above we can provide a final night in Verona (your trip will end here) instead of Milan (Malpensa).


 

 

Go4Cycling is all about flexibility:

Contact us to combine Giro d'Italia packages or start your tour on a date that suits your travel and holiday plans. This gives you fabulous flexibility to get the cheapest flights, start the day you fly in or perhaps tag a city break onto the start of end of your tour.

Riding level: 

Each day we will have 2 distances available. We adapt the services to accommodate the different levels of our customers' capabilities.

 

 

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

Price per person

€ 3725

Options:

  • Single room: € 585
 
Payment Policy

Booking: 75% deposit
90 days prior to the tour departure date: balance due

You will also have the option to pay the full charge at once while booking.

Spectators (non-cyclists): contact us for 5% discount!

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

 What’s included in this package

  • Giro stages 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21
  • Unique and exclusive cycling experience on the official course
  • 1 x Cross the finish line and take pictures on the official podium
  • 8 days / 7 nights at min. 4-star hotels, based on double occupancy incl. breakfast, upgrade single room available
  • Airport transfers and all other scheduled transfers
  • All our accommodations are selectively chosen to ensure that the transfers between the stages are at a minimum
  • All breakfast included and 3 dinners (inclusive water and 2 glases of wine per person during dinner)
  • Drinks, fruits and nutrition’s during all rides
  • Assistance to assemble and disassemble your bike
  • Detailed Giro-road book with interesting statistics of the climbs
  • Go4Cycling jersey + bibs
  • Professional support vehicle with spare parts and your spare clothing
  • Professional bilingual bike guides
  • Special discount on VIP-access

 

NOTE: Our trips are suitable for everyone. Go4Cycling is known to adapt the services to accommodate the different levels of their customers' capabilities. All distances are approximate and subject to change.

 

 What’s not included

  • Airfare 
  • Travel insurance
  • Lunch and some dinners
  • Hotel incidentals (room service, phone, laundry, etc)

 

 

This trip is guaranteed starting from min. 6 guests. We will refund (100%) if we can't guarantee this trip before March 1st 2019.

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

 

May 26th (1 night): **** Castello Di Casiglio (Erba)

 

Castello Di Casiglio is an ancient castle set on nearly 9 acres of parkland. It offers air-conditioned rooms with LCD satellite TV and wired internet access.

The Di Casiglio Castle Hotel has a 24-hour reception and includes a restaurant and bar with terrace. There is an outdoor pool surrounded by conifer trees and room service is also available. The hotel offers free parking.

The Di Casiglio is 11.3 km from the city of Como and a one hour drive from Malpensa Airport. 

 


May 27th & 28th (2 nights): **** Hotel Mirella (Ponte di Legno)

Hotel Mirella is a 5-minute walk from Ponte di Legno center. It offers a free wellness center with indoor pool, hot tub and sauna.

Rooms at the Mirella Hotel are quiet and spacious with Wi-Fi access. Some have balconies with panoramic views over the mountains and Castel Poggio.

Guests can enjoy a massage or beauty treatment at the wellness center. The Mirella has a piano bar and a restaurant with great views, serving local dishes.

May 29th, 30th, 31st and June 1st (4 nights): **** Brunet - The Dolomites Resort (Valle di Primiero)

Brunet - The Dolomites Resort is surrounded by the mountains of Trentino and offers a wellness center.

All rooms at Brunet - The Dolomites Resort feature soft carpeted floors, an LCD TV, and a mini-bar. Some rooms enjoy full mountain views.

The wellness and fitness center is complete with indoor swimming pool, sauna, and Turkish bath. Massages are available on request.

June 2nd (1 night): **** Novotel Milano (Malpensa Aeroporto)

Novotel Milano Malpensa Aeroporto is a designer hotel with large soundproof rooms. It provides a shuttle to the airport, a 10-minute drive from the property. An outdoor swimming pool, and a 24-hour dining service are available.

 

 

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

BMC - World Class rental bicycles
Experience to ride a world-class and highly efficient carbon road bike. 
BMC swiss cycling technology.
You only need to bring your cycling shoes, helmet and pedals.

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2

 

The Teammachine has won them all; the Tour de France (Yell Cadel!), the Olympics (Greg VA!), World Championships (Fast Phil!), and grueling Classics. Despite its success, BMC has not been resting on their laurels: to stand still means being overtaken – to remain at the top, even the best must evolve. The new Teammachine pushes the boundaries of advanced cycling technology. Its creation has been all-encompassing. The result is the pinnacle of performance in competitive cycling: the world’s raciest balance of light weight, stiffness and compliance, perfected with maximal integration and Swiss design; a jet on wheels.

Your bike will be fitted with disk brakes, with the latest 2018 electronic shimano ultegra di2 shifting with a 50/34 front and 11/28 rear cassette giving you the right gear at the speed of light. The 40mm high-profile carbon DT swiss wheelset is mounted with 25mm clincher tires to offer you the lowest rolling resistance.

The SLR01 is available in sizes 54 - 56 - 58.

Rental prize: 70€/day

Rider's HeightInside LegMan frame size suggestedLadies frame size suggested
feed and inchescminchescmcmsizecmsize
4'11"-5'1" 150 - 155  26" - 28"   66 - 71  46 - 47 XXS 44 - 46 XXS
5'1" 155 - 160  27" - 29"  69 - 74 48 - 49 XS 47 - 49 XS
5'3" - 5'5"  160 - 165   28" - 30"  71 - 76  50 - 51  XS/S 50 - 52  S
5'5" - 5'7"  165 - 170   29" - 31"   74 - 79 52 - 53 53 - 54  M
5'7" - 5'9"  170 - 170   30" - 32"   76 - 81  54 - 55  M  55 - 56   M/L
5'9" - 5'11"  175 - 180  31" - 33"   79 - 84  56 - 57  M/L  57 - 58   L
5'11 - 6'1  180 - 185   32" - 34"   81 - 86  58 - 59   L  58 - 59   XL
6'1 - 6'3"  185 - 190   33" - 35"  84 - 89  60 - 61   XL  60 - 61  XL 
6'3" - 6'5"  190 - 195   34" - 36"   86 - 91  62 - 63   XXL  62 - 63   XXL

 

BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2

BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2

Who said you couldn’t have it all? The Roadmachine challenges the traditional road bike categories. From axle to axle, this bicycle delivers sleek, integrated technologies and hints at free speed from every angle. Brilliant pedaling efficiency and the ideal level of compliance for legendary long days of riding leave you with no doubts; this bike has it all.

The roadmachine 01 is an all but perfect bicylce. It’s a study in what road bikes for the non-racer are becoming: disc-equipped, light and compliant, fully integrated and versatile, thanks tot the tire clearance. It is one of the most striking bikes that BMC has ever produced.

Your bike will be fitted with disk brakes, with the latest 2018 electronic shimano ultegra di2 shifting with a 50/34 front and 11/28 rear cassette giving you the right gear at the speed of light. The light carbon 3T wheelset is mounted with 28mm clincher tires for added riding comfort.


The Roadmachine is available in sizes 58 - 56 & 54.

Rental prize: 70€/day

Rider's HeightInside LegMan frame size suggestedLadies frame size suggested
feed and inchescminchescmcmsizecmsize
4'11"-5'1" 150 - 155  26" - 28"   66 - 71  46 - 47 XXS 44 - 46 XXS
5'1" 155 - 160  27" - 29"  69 - 74 48 - 49 XS 47 - 49 XS
5'3" - 5'5"  160 - 165   28" - 30"  71 - 76  50 - 51  XS/S 50 - 52  S
5'5" - 5'7"  165 - 170   29" - 31"   74 - 79 52 - 53 53 - 54  M
5'7" - 5'9"  170 - 170   30" - 32"   76 - 81  54 - 55  M 55 - 56   M/L
5'9" - 5'11"  175 - 180  31" - 33"   79 - 84  56 - 57  M/L 57 - 58   L
5'11 - 6'1  180 - 185   32" - 34"   81 - 86  58 - 59   L 58 - 59   XL
6'1 - 6'3"  185 - 190   33" - 35"  84 - 89  60 - 61   XL 60 - 61  XL 
6'3" - 6'5"  190 - 195   34" - 36"   86 - 91  62 - 63   XXL 62 - 63   XXL


BMC SLR03 Shimano 105

BMC SLR03 Shimano 105

With an identical racing inspired geometry as the team machine 01, the 03 is an allround carbon racer that cannot hide its origins from the bike that stormed Philippe Gilbert to his world championship title or Cadel Evans to win the Tour de France.

Your bike will be fitted with rim brakes and a solid shimano 105 groupset with a compact 50/34 front chainring and 11/28 rear cassette in order to be able to tackle the steepest ‘cols’ or ‘cime’ that will cross your path during your journey.

The shimano wheelset is mounted with all round 25mm clincher tires.


BMC teammachine SLR03  - Shimano 105 is vailable in sizes 47 - 51 - 54 - 57.

Rental prize: 50€/day

Rider's HeightInside LegMan frame size suggestedLadies frame size suggested
feed and inchescminchescmcmsizecmsize
4'11"-5'1" 150 - 155  26" - 28"   66 - 71  46 - 47 XXS 44 - 46 XXS
5'1" 155 - 160  27" - 29"  69 - 74 48 - 49 XS 47 - 49 XS
5'3" - 5'5"  160 - 165   28" - 30"  71 - 76  50 - 51  XS/S 50 - 52  S
5'5" - 5'7"  165 - 170   29" - 31"   74 - 79 52 - 53 53 - 54  M
5'7" - 5'9"  170 - 170   30" - 32"   76 - 81  54 - 55  M 55 - 56   M/L
5'9" - 5'11"  175 - 180  31" - 33"   79 - 84  56 - 57  M/L 57 - 58   L
5'11 - 6'1  180 - 185   32" - 34"   81 - 86  58 - 59   L 58 - 59   XL
6'1 - 6'3"  185 - 190   33" - 35"  84 - 89  60 - 61   XL 60 - 61  XL 
6'3" - 6'5"  190 - 195   34" - 36"   86 - 91  62 - 63   XXL 62 - 63   XXL


BMC GF02 Shimano 105

BMC GF02 Shimano 105

Enjoy a relaxing ride with this bike. The comfort of the Granfondo combined with the durability of the Shimano Ultegra. The GF02 is available in sizes 48 - 51 - 54 & 58.

Rental prize: 50€/day

Rider's HeightInside LegMan frame size suggestedLadies frame size suggested
feed and inchescminchescmcmsizecmsize
4'11"-5'1" 150 - 155  26" - 28"   66 - 71  46 - 47 XXS 44 - 46 XXS
5'1" 155 - 160  27" - 29"  69 - 74 48 - 49 XS 47 - 49 XS
5'3" - 5'5"  160 - 165   28" - 30"  71 - 76  50 - 51  XS/S 50 - 52  S
5'5" - 5'7"  165 - 170   29" - 31"   74 - 79 52 - 53 53 - 54  M
5'7" - 5'9"  170 - 170   30" - 32"   76 - 81  54 - 55  M 55 - 56   M/L
5'9" - 5'11"  175 - 180  31" - 33"   79 - 84  56 - 57  M/L 57 - 58   L
5'11 - 6'1  180 - 185   32" - 34"   81 - 86  58 - 59   L 58 - 59   XL
6'1 - 6'3"  185 - 190   33" - 35"  84 - 89  60 - 61   XL 60 - 61  XL 
6'3" - 6'5"  190 - 195   34" - 36"   86 - 91  62 - 63   XXL 62 - 63   XXL


Date
From

Monday 27 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 3725,00/person

Optional
Room

Single room

Bike rental

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC Roadmachine RM01 Disc & Ultegra Di2
BMC SLR03 Shimano 105
BMC GF02 Shimano 105

Giro d'Italia Big Start - Emilia-Romagna (4 days) → VIP Spectator Trip

Date
From

Friday 10 May 2019

to

Monday 13 May 2019

From

€ 1555,00/person

Remarks

The 2019 Giro d’Italia will start on Saturday 11 May from the Emilia-Romagna region in the heart of Italy, specifically from the region’s capital Bologna, exactly 25 years after the city last hosted the Big Start in 1994. As part of a wide-reaching agreement between RCS Sport and …

Giro d'Italia - From the Italian Alps to the Dolomites (Final 13 days)

Date
From

Wednesday 22 May 2019

to

Monday 3 June 2019

From

€ 5560,00/person

Remarks

The final 2 weeks will includes the regions Piedmonte, Vall d'Aosta and Dolomites. Get access to the VIP-village, meet major riders names, ride on the closed route and cross the finish line. Wear the pink jersey on the podium like a pro... Discover the details below.

VIP-access & Hospitality packages

Date
From

Saturday 11 May 2019

to

Sunday 2 June 2019

From

€ 120,00/person
Excl. VAT

Remarks

Discover the details here.