The 14th edition of the Classica di Luglio ended, a 3-day tour that this year saw the Valle d'Aosta, known for its closed valleys, as the protagonist. Every year the destination and stages are different, to discover all the treasures kept by the Italian territory.
The format has been consolidated for years characterized by a ring-shaped tour on the second day to rest in the same hotel on both Friday and Saturday and thus allow motorcyclists to enjoy the route and the bike without luggage.
Four good reasons to participate:
1. EQUILIBRIUM: beautiful roads and breathtaking landscapes, a perfect union between the soul of the motorcyclist and that of the traveler
2. INTENSITY: three intense days to detach the mind and live an adventure all in one breath
3. NOT ONLY MOTORCYCLE: good food and good company to share the best moments
4. PASSION: the main engine of every two-wheel lover
This year, 40 participants had fun among hairpin bends and mountain landscapes in a 3-day itinerary:
1st STAGE: from Bologna (BO) to Saint Vincent ) (AO)
It starts by following the panoramic Zegna, famous for its panoramic terraces from which, on a clear day, you can see the Monte Rosa, and then pass through the first hills of the Valle d'Aosta, namely the Col de Joux and the Val d'Ayas and conclude the day reaching the hotel in Aosta to relax in the spa.
2nd STAGE: round trip with departure and return to Aosta (AO) without the worry of luggage
Start the day by going through the great classics such as the Colle San Bernardo, through which you enter Switzerland, and then get around Mont Blanc and arrive in France. Return to Italy thanks to the Col de Roseland, a stretch of the famous Route des grandes alpes route, and the little Saint Bernard.
3rd STAGE: from the Baths of Saint Vincent (AO) to Ivrea (TO)
The final phase of the tour is the Col del Nivolet (closed hill), also known for the recent tour of Italy, characterized by spectacular scenery and lakes.