About Alvento – Italian Cycling Magazine
Alvento is a state of mind.
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- 06:2244.2 mi6.9 mph5,025 ft4,775 ftFelice Giordano, Po_1974, and 6 others like this.
A day of high plateaus, rivers and extraordinary forests. Between Collecroce and Colfiorito, you meet a part of Umbria that’s equally as beautiful as its most famous areas. The region has wild nature and many hamlets where you can stop to take it all in. Castles, city walls and ancient villages appear…November 2, 2022
- 04:3931.7 mi6.8 mph4,600 ft2,600 ftFelice Giordano, Michele Pelacci, and 7 others like this.
The beautiful Piazza della Repubblica in Foligno is an ideal place to start a ride. Within a dozen kilometres, you reach the enchanting village of Spello. At the end of the climb, you reach the tiny but pretty village of Collepino. Below the Sasso di Pale, you begin to skirt the Menotre stream, leaving…November 2, 2022
- 07:4759.4 mi7.6 mph8,300 ft9,025 ftMatteo, Michele Pelacci, and 3 others like this.
DOGA is an acronym that stands for the Dolomites (DO) and Garda (GA): you go from the former, a uniquely stunning mountain environment, to the latter, a lake of inconceivable beauty. First, however, you have a long way to go – and climb.
The road to Folgarida and Campo Carlo Magno silently winds through…October 31, 2022
The Clitunno springs are astonishingly beautiful: take your time to visit them, as well as the nearby Corinthian Temple.
Just a few kilometres later, you arrive at the slopes of the Brunette and Serano mountains where you’ll spot Trevi from afar. The beautiful town, famous for olive oil among other things…