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Tips for Making the Most Out of Your Bicycle Tour

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on September 22, 2016

So, you’re all about the memories when you travel, right? If you haven’t traveled by bicycle with Ciclismo Classico, you’re in for a treat. Every moment is filled with excitement as you travel the country of your choice with old and new friends. Each trip has something special to offer bicyclists so make sure to read up about it before booking it. You’ll also want to note what skill level it is so that you feel comfortable and prepared every leg of the journey.

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Choosing a Tour Based on Your Cycling Ability is Easy with Ciclismo

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on September 16, 2016

When choosing a bicycle tour to book, there are a number of factors to consider. In addition to selecting the dates and location that is most convenient for you, you also need to factor in your cycling ability. Some tours are designed for advanced cyclists and if you’re not as athletically inclined as your peers, you’ll have trouble keeping up with the group.

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Things to Do in Preparation of Your Bicycle Tour

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on September 08, 2016

A bicycle tour offers plenty of mind blowing experiences. You’ll see, smell, taste, and hear things you’ve never had a chance to explore before. That’s what makes a trip life changing. Once you step out of your comfort zone, you’re free to experience a world full of new things.

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What Makes the Ciclismo Experience Better Than Bicycle Tours?

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on September 01, 2016

If you’re looking to have the experience of a lifetime, you’ve come to the right place. Ciclismo Classico offers exciting bicycle tours of all types to meet your needs and satisfy your hunger for adventure. It doesn’t matter if you’re planning to ride solo, with a partner or your family, we’ve got something in store for you that you’ll talk about for years.

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Ways to Share Your Bicycle Tour Photographs

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on August 29, 2016

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Meet the Ciclismo Tour Guide Who's Also a Producer of Fine Italian Wine

Posted by Carol Sicbaldi on August 24, 2016

I often meet amazing people doing amazing things in my line of work, but one of the most intriguing women I have come across in recent years is a dear Ciclismo Classico colleague and co-guide, Giuditta Parisi.

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Recycle, Re-charge and Feed Your Soul

Posted by Carol Sicbaldi on August 23, 2016

Come join any 2017 Assaggio Toscana trip and discover all things Tuscan, including some great cycling goodies you simply won’t be able to resist and will surely want to recreate back at home—simple, easy dishes even the most non-gourmet cyclist can easily whip up! 

Assaggio Toscana translated into English means “Taste of Tuscany.” On this trip, travelers immerse themselves in daily tastings of a variety of classic dishes, including unique bread-salads and soups.

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A France worth sitting down for: Tous à table!

Posted by Gabriel Del Rossi on August 19, 2016

When I first came up with the idea of the France series, my mind (via my palate) automatically thought of the dinner table. Last Friday I mentioned my goal (in this post) set across five weeks to praise of all the great things going on in France and the reason why you should visit. This is the first of those lists, and anyone who knows me knows that my heart lies very close to my stomach.

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Pack What You Need for Your Upcoming Bicycle Tour

Posted by Ciclismo Classico on August 18, 2016

If it’s your first time taking a bicycle tour, you may not know what to pack and what to leave at home. Since a number of things are provided to you on Ciclismo Classico tours, we thought we’d take the opportunity to address some of the items we don’t provide that come in handy while touring by bike. As you already know by reviewing our site, you must have a bicycle helmet because you’re not permitted to tour without one.

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On France: Je suis avec vous.

Posted by Gabriel Del Rossi on August 15, 2016

This year I returned to Ciclismo Classico to streamline our bicycle adventures in France. In fact, by the time my season comes to an end in mid-October, I will have completed six tours (one new departure in the Loire Valley and one off-the-hip custom tour of Bordeaux). Each trip is a sensorial experience and France has grown to be a country I simply adore (France, je t'adore!).  

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