1000 km di Sardegna

Total of km in the week: km. 828 o 859
Overall climbing: m. 9.340 o 10.147

The “1.000 km di Sardegna” is one of the two NOT agonistic path (Tour and 1.000 km di Sardegna).

Those who subscribe to the “1000 kmattending the whole program and follows the rules A.R.I. for randonneurs.

Being long distance cycling patents, they follow all the rules (see the instructions in the application form that every rider must sign); keep in mind that you will NOT do nocturnal paths and therefore there is no need to equip themselves for this eventuality.

As always, we propose a “1,000 km of Sardinia” to enjoy a week of complete vacation that combines the pleasure of the bike to enjoy the beautiful landscapes at the best time of the year when nature awakens and colors and smells are extraordinary.

But that of 2018 will be a very special edition!

It starts on Sunday 22 with the patent “Costa Smeralda”, a 200 km easy and useful to prepare the leg for the fatigues that will follow!

After a day of rest, you will continue on Tuesday 24 with a 300 km ride to “Nuoro and its countries”: a dive in the area from the past quite restless!

On Wednesdays and Thursdays you will be resting (… but, if you want, you will be able to participate in “Granfondo Sardegna – Monte Albo”!); It then starts on Thursday night for a 400km uninterrupted patent-return patrol on the “Eastern Sardinian” without forgetting to evaluate its forces well and finish in time to retire the final diploma during the closing ceremony of the week of the GiroSardegna.

The roads are all of an unusual beauty and offer unique features from an environmental point of view, but this full immersion week in cycling is an opportunity not to be missed for the merger with GiroSardegna’s race week, which is what “Something more” that makes the experience unique.

The three patents will all be included in the AP’s calendar as valid ACP tests as prequalifications for Paris-Brest-Paris 2019 and will be managed directly by the Chairman of the Italian Luca Bonechi who will go down to Sardinia with his staff.

Two more reasons not to miss!

Tonino Scarpitti

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