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Zevio-Montagnana-Este-Arquà Petrarca

Zevio-Montagnana-Este-Arquà Petrarca

07:03
85.3 mi
12.1 mph
4,225 ft
4,275 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
4.14 mi
12.9 mi
14.3 mi
15.5 mi
16.4 mi
16.4 mi
24.0 mi
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25.1 mi
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26.2 mi
35.3 mi
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41.3 mi
41.6 mi
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51.5 mi
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53.8 mi
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57.8 mi
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61.2 mi
69.8 mi
72.3 mi
82.3 mi
85.3 mi
Destination

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Paolinux 🚲 went for a bike ride.

November 28, 2021

Comments

  • Paolinux 🚲

    Excellent Tour, despite a tire puncture 🤬.
    Started out in very uncertain weather, the sun coming out rewarded the choice to go out anyway.
    The route is entirely flat, with the exception of a few short climbs around Arquà (10% max) that don't give any problems.
    Montagnana and Este are to be admired for their fortified city walls.
    Arquà is a delightful town that maintains a medieval layout and where you can visit the tomb of Francesco Petrarca and the house where he spent the last years of his life.

    • November 28, 2021

  • Anselmo Tacconi

    What a fantastic ride 😎 congratulations beautiful photos. so no rain? ☔️ for next spring I was "aiming" for the Parkpre gravel!

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    • November 28, 2021

  • Paolinux 🚲

    No rain. The usual fog up to Montagnana and then a decent sun. Yes, he was gloomy on the way back but I escaped it.
    Belle le Parkpre: tonight I look better, but perhaps the relationships they propose are too hard for me.

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    • November 29, 2021

  • Anselmo Tacconi

    @paolinux can I ask you what kind of gearbox your gravel is mounted on? In fact I don't understand myself much but I would like to avoid making a wrong purchase by finding myself a gear too hard for the climbs. I would like to keep the single crown in front. Many are happy with the SRAM gearbox… what do you think?

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    • November 29, 2021

  • Paolinux 🚲

    @anselmo. The most agile gear I have on the single chainring is 38x42 (crown x largest pinion). Usually you will find bikes with 40x42 for sale which would be harder. It seems to me that the Parkpre that I quickly saw are 42x42 (hard for me) but I have to see well. With two crowns, on the other hand, you usually find 30x34. I'm looking for a double chainring bike with 30x36 (even more advantageous than the 38x42 mono I have), always at an affordable price.
    So far with 30x36 at a good price I have found the Cube Nuroad WS and the beautiful Ridely Kanzo A.
    If I find the Ridely without delivery problems I take that, otherwise the Cube. But I'm still looking for.

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    • November 29, 2021

  • Anselmo Tacconi

    @paolonux thanks 🙏 some tips !!!

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    • November 29, 2021

  • Paolinux 🚲

    Not at all. Let's keep up to date on our research: maybe something interesting turns up.

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    • November 29, 2021

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