Arezzo Bike Festival

 "Arezzo Bike Festival" is the way to discover the lands of Arezzo by bike and from 18 July to 1 August 2021 the festival will propose races, cycling and themed initiatives, offering fans of the two wheels a succession of steady events to live in a pristine territory, surrounded by timeless landscapes and breathtaking views.

In compliance with the security measure to contain the health emergency, the summer of 2021 will baptize the first edition of the event (which was originally planned for spring).

"La Rampichiana", "L'Ardita" and "Bicinfiera" are part of this festival.

The Rampichiana is an MTB event and on Sunday, July 18th the 16th edition will be held. The race is included in the national circuits Tour 3 Regions Scott, Coppa Toscana, Italian 6 Races and next to the two competitive routes it offers a cycling tour for all those who like to cycle in a wonderful territory.

Another event of the festival is the Ardita which will be held in Arezzo on Sunday, July 25th, 2021. Woolen shirts, bicycles, dust and a lot of passion in the Tuscan city which returns to offer itself as an exclusive stage for one of the most fascinating "cycle-historic" events in Italy, starting from Piazza Grande and passing also along the Ponte to Buriano.

The last event of the first edition of "Arezzo Bike Festival" will be "Bicinfiera",an exhibition and exchange of historic bikes, spare parts, accessories and vintage clothing. Flanking the famous Antique Fair of Arezzo, it offers a reliable chance to visit one of the most beautiful historical villages in Tuscany on Saturday, July 24th and on Sunday, July 25th , 2021.
During all the weekends, when the scheduled events will be held, you will have the opportunity to visit a permanent exhibition of bicycles and vintage clothing and throughout this time themed events and side initiatives will be organized.

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