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Old 08-15-18, 04:01 PM
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Stevie47
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There’s not a lot of flat terrain in Italy, so of course there’s climbs, descents and in between. However, gut busting and screaming are only if you choose to ride that way. Most days have harder and easier options. I found that the beauty of the country is much better if I’m not constantly in the red zone. The rides are usually demanding but nothing crazy. My advice would be to chill, stop frequently to take photos, and enjoy the people, scenery, and food. Oh, and the gelato in Bolgeri!
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