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Paved Unpaved Italy planned a gravel ride.
August 1, 2023
Helios Bolzano and Paved Unpaved Italy planned a gravel ride.
May 24, 2023
July 21, 2022
The Serra Morena is what remains today of the huge glacier that descended from the Aosta valley into Piedmont, leaving as a trace two huge “walls” on its side that are proper “flat-like mountains (it is the earth that the ice moved to the side while pushing down) come with us and see what it lies inside… read more
We have been really happy to take part into 2021's edition of Tuscany Trail. A charming and tough race across the region of Tuscany, where everything seems to be a painting, from the hills, up to the Appenine and finally reaching the sea.
Head over to our collection for more information :) komoot.it/collection/1192231/-tuscany-trail-2021… read more
Paved Unpaved Italy planned a bike ride.
Monferrato's hidden gem. The gravel bike is perfect to discover the less crowded countryside roads. The 5km stretch before Castel Bormida is a real highlight for fast gravellers, with an adventurous ford on the Bormida river. Approaching the hills of Acqui Terme, the landscape changes and you enter a… read more
Paved Unpaved Italy planned a road ride.
June 13, 2022
Arriving by train at Isola della Scala, we reached Mantua through villages amid fields of rice, corn, pumpkin and wheat along back roads (with very few cars).Mantua gives us a wonderful welcome with its skyline and the Mincio river surrounding the city.After an aperitivo by the lake with live music we… read more