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Tutti Dolomiti - 1,100 Kilometres (690 miles)
Tutti Dolomiti starts on Friday August 31st at the impressive Roman arena in the centre of Verona, Italy. It finishes 15 days later in Verona on Friday September 14th after 13 stages, 1,100 kilometers and around 27,000 meters of climbing and magnificent descents. The Dolomites is a mountain range in the north of Italy features some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys. The charming peaks are renowned for their enchanting shapes and colours. Over the centuries, an impressive network of breathtaking roads has enable travel from one valley to another with dozens of passes in-between. Bike-Dreams: Bike-Dreams specialises in challenging and adventurous bike expeditions. I have ridden over 12,500 kilometres with Bike-Dreams on four separate tours in Africa, South America, the Alps and most recently 'efc' plus some more of La Vuelta Iberia. Tutti Dolomiti: Bike-Dreams has linked the majority of the most famous passes of the Dolomites together in a wonderful, but demanding two weeks tour which features many famous Giro d'Italia passes including Passo Pordoi, Passo di Giau, Passo di Fedaia, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Passo di Gavia and Passo dello Stelvio. There are currently 33 riders from seven different countries supported by a crew of three. So if you are a roadie, why not join me? Here's the tour overview: • Start and finish: Verona, Italy • Dates: Friday August 31st to Friday September 14th 2018 • Stages: 13 • Rest days: 2 but with optional rides • Distance: 1,100 km (690 miles) with 26,700 metres of climbing and descent • Road condition: 100% paved • Bike type: Road bike • Accommodation: 15 nights in hotels • Price: €2,795 plus flights Interested? If so, please email [masked] and I will send you the full details.

Hotel Italia

Via Goffredo Mameli 58/66 · Verona

Respond by: 8/23/2018

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Bike-Dreams organises adventurous and challenging bike expeditions for hardcore cyclists from all around the world. It's first tour was in 2006 when it organised 'Paris-Dakar by Bike', a 10 week expedition of 7.200 kilometers. Other expeditions have included The 100 Cols, The Lake Victoria Safari, Les Dix Alpes, La Bella Italia, The Andes Trail and The Great Divide. There are no easy days on a Bike-Dreams expedition. For further information, check out


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