1. The start of the cycle trip: FRANCE


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    Where the journey began: the French Alps! From here we cycled across 2 mountains passes to get to Italy. 1 country down, only 13 to go.

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    • Strada dei Cannoni & Altopiano della Gardetta


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      An incredible three-days bike trip in the Southern Alps near Cuneo! The first day we rode the not so known Strada dei Cannoni that took us at Colle Sampeyre on an amazing gravel road. After sleeping in the camping of Ponte Marmora on the second day we climbed the first part of Colle d'Esischie and then we turn right on the road to Rifugio Gardetta, from here we rode the gorgeous unpaved and scenic road of the Altopiano della Gardetta, one of the best road ever ridden in my life! Second night in Demonte and the third day was a half-day ride in Valle Stura to close the trip and reach the car. MUSIC: Death Cab For Cutie - The Sound of Settling

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      • Assietta road tandembike 2014


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        only 2 minutes and a few photos to remember the intense emotions about 3 days on the Assietta road with our tandem and a girlfriend amazing!

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        • Trentineto Tour 2014


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          The classic Easter bike trip, this year there are some new entries in the group and all of them are the girlfriends of the three musketeers! :-) For two of them (Alessandra and Maddalena) it was the first bike trip! We begin our three-days trip in Rovereto and follow the river Adige till the city of Trento where we turn east towards the fantastic Valsugana cyclepath! We stop the first day in Borgo Valsugana and on Sunday we complete the cyclepath saying goodbye to Trentino and entering Veneto, that's why the trip was named Trentineto Tour (I know, probably there was something bettere, but that's it!). Last day is only a 40 km stage from Bassano del Grappa to Vicenza and unfortunately it's a rainy stage from start to end! It was an easy trip, we eat (a lot) and laugh all the time, it was very funny and I hope next year will be better! Music: The Fray - Our Last Days More info: http://www.giopirotta.it/wp/?viaggi=trentineto-tour-2014

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          • France 2013


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            An amazing trip in the southern France...from the bike paths and the beaches on the Atlantic Ocean to the Gavarnie falls and the gorgeous Breche de Rolland in the Pyrenees, then two days into the Gorges du Verdon before reaching the Cote d'Azur near Ramatuelle. We planned the trip lots of months before, studied the rides and the trekkings on the Atlantic and in the Pyrenees region, improvised while we are there...we imagined a great trip before leaving, but for sure we couldn't imagine such a fantastic and funny holiday!!! Day 1 / By car from home to Dune du Pyla Day 2 / Tandem ride to Biscarrosse-Plage Day 3 / Tandem ride to Cap Ferret Day 4 / Tandem ride from Andernos-les-Bains to Le Porge-Ocean Day 5 / Tandem ride to Plage du la Petit Nice Day 6 / By car from Dune du Pyla to Gavarnie + Cirque de Tromouse by car Day 7 / Tandem ride to Cirque de Gavarnie + Trekking to the falls Day 8 / Trekking from Col de Tentes to Refuge de la Breche de Rolland Day 9 / By car from Gavarnie to La Ciotat Day 10 / By car from La Ciotat to La Palud sur Verdon + Pedalò on the Lac de Sainte Croix Day 11 / Tandem ride on the Route des Cretes du Verdon + Visit to Moustiers-Sainte-Marie Day 12 / By car from La Palud sur Verdon to Ramatuelle + Plage Pampelonne Day 13 / Tandem ride to Saint-Tropez + Plage de L'Escalet Day 14 / Tandem ride to L'Escalet + Cap Taillat Day 15 / Tandem ride to L'Escalet + Cap Taillat Day 16 / Back home by car

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            • Gravel Alps Tour 2013


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              Inspired by the sense of freedom in riding new, unknown, unpaved roads and by some Rapha videos this winter I started drawing on the map a one-week trip on the western Alps between Italy and France. This area is full of old military road that can be ridden with a road bike fully loaded, the mind is already on the road. We start our trip in Susa and with a short first stage we reach the Giro's most famous gravel road of Colle delle Finestre, then we follow the stunning Strada dell'Assietta till Sauze d'Oulx, down to Bardonecchia and the day after two climbs to reach Briancon, the Col de l'Echelle and the very hard gravel of the Col du Granon. For the fourth day we take a pause and reach Embrun via the Col d'Izoard by a whole-paved stage, then came the bad luck. The cold and long winter cause the legendary tunnel on the top Col du Parpaillon to be still closed, we need to leave this pass for another time and reach Barcelonette by the Lac de Serre Poncon with a short morning stage. The day after the plan is to take the Cayolle road and when in Bayasse turn left on the gravel of Col de la Moutiere, but also in this case the guides of the Parc du Mercantour told us that the road n the top in not passable due to snow, bad luck strike again. Another change in the plan, but in this case the alternative is a great one, despite I rode the Bonette also two years ago it still remain a magic place, moreover with a perfect sunny day. Two gravel stages has transformed into paved ones, but we can't do nothing against the power of nature... Last stage took us from St. Etienne de Tinee to Cuneo via the Col de la Lombarde, a little bit boring on the french side, but a gorgeous landscape on the italian descent. Seven stages, seven pass (six above 2000 m), three gravel stages, six sunny and one rainy day, around 10120 m of ascent in 425 km!!! A great bike trip, I love gravel!!! Music: Garands - Young the Giant Camera: GoPro Hero 3

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              • [MTB Adventure] Byunsan National Park Epilogue #4


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                My last destination was Naebyun Mt. where has the most beautiful pond on top. And also there's Jungkye Bridge! A pond on top and Jungkye Bridge crossing the pond make a phenomenal scenery ever.. A couple of uphill and downhills but not that difficult..

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                • [MTB Adventure] Byunsan National Park Epilogue #3


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                  After Kyukpohang, I went to Naesosa! Naesosa is one of the most famous temples in Korea. It's well know for fir forest. Once you get into trekking trail in its fir forest, you will forget everything, but only yourself. It's a so beautiufl temple. If you visit Byunsan National Park, you should go to Naesosa definately!!

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                  • [MTB Adventure] Byunsan National Park Epilogue #2


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                    I headed to Chaesukgang. Chaesukgang is famous for so many layers of stones!! So you can guess its age!! After Chaesukgang, I went to Kyukpohang. Hang means port!! It's also famous for its beautiful view from the seawall and lighthouse. Especially I love Kyukpohang's lighthouse. YOu shoudl go there and look at Byunsan National Park from the light-house.

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                    • [MTB Adventure] Sky View Point for Seoul and Hanriver, the 'Sky Park View Point' in Korea


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                      There is one place that you can see whole seoul from sky view point, and it's not that far from Seoul and Hanriver. It's 'Sky Park'! It's right next to Sangam World Cup Stardium and Sinchon and Hondae! Just bring your bike and take 30 mins then you can see whole seoul and Hanriver.. Sinbad Adventure Co. www.supersinbad.com Captain Max recon1481@naver.com

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