Asiago Giro d' Italia stage 20 city visit. It's a joint effort that came out of an invitation from Clissold Rangers FC's manager and genuine Asiagean Nick Franchini:
"On Saturday 27th May 2017 the final cross-country stage (called a ‘tappa’ in Italian) of the Giro sets off from Pordenone in north east Italy and after passing over Monte Grappa arrives in Asiago. You can be part of the party as an insider and guest of the local organisers thanks to our connections with our home city. This beautiful logo with the slogan ‘love infinite’ communicates that this will be the 100th Giro so this will be a special occasion for all concerned.
Click here for the details of the exact route the Giro takes. Just scroll down that webpage to see the route and the elevation of this penultimate stage before the finale in Milan on the 28th."
You are invited
We are organising two joint expeditions for cyclists which are coordinated by two volunteers – Nick Franchini (social entrepreneur) whose hometown in Italy is Asiago and Keir Apperley (youth worker and cycling social entrepreneur in Hackney):
- Hackney Expedition
For cyclists in the London area
Supported by InterLinkx and Cycling Club Hackney
- Todmorden Expedition
For cyclists in around the North West of England
Sponsored by Kava Kafe, Todmorden
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject header: Asiago Giro – Expression of interest
- Details of how you found out about this opportunity
(e.g. local cycling club) and your name, age, address and mobile number.
Watch this space
Once the Asiago city council has finalised the timetable for events around the Giro we will publish:
- appropriate arrival/departure dates
- accommodation options and
- an itinerary with options for different cycling activities and tours.
Please note that these expeditions are not commercial operations. However, the organisers will use the experience to help create a new generation of digital social networks to help local enterprises and economically vulnerable inhabitants in Asiago, Hackney and Todmorden to develop high value sustainable tourism around history, culture, sport and outdoor pursuits.
Nick and Keir"