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Monti Sibillini Bike Tour
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Our bike tours in the Monti Sibillini National Park to make known the natural beauty, the historical and artistic heritage, the food and wine of the Marche hinterland through an ecological, healthy means, whose speed allows you to enjoy the route meter by meter, meet people, experience places, give emotions, together with a cycling tour guide authorized by the Marche Region who knows the area and will ensure all the knowledge necessary to move safely. A small team, minimum two, maximum six passionate about traveling free, prepared to be in continuous movement, available to share satisfactions, solidary and non-competitive, with a great spirit of adaptation.

Every day of the year, every moment of the day is the right one to get around the Marche by bike. You decide when. When you are free, when you have the right energies or in the period of the year that you like best, call us and book your date.

1 - Tour of FIASTRA Lake - FARGNO refuge

2 - Tour Val d'AMBRO

3 - Tour of the INFERNACCIO Gorges

4 - Tour on the slopes of MONTE VETTORE

5 - Tour of the plans of CASTELLUCCIO DI NORCIA

6 - Tour crossing VISSO - CASTELLUCCIO DI NORCIA

7 - Tour of MACERETO

Plans Data sheet Ring routes Length min 30 - max 60 km Total ascent min 600 - max 2,000 m Minimum altitude m 200 Maximum altitude 2,100 m Expected duration 6 - 10 hours Difficulty 2 out of 3 Road surface, cart track, dirt track, path Type of bike Trail bikes, All mountain, e-bikes Equipment Bicycle efficiency conditions Kit for mechanical emergency repairs Helmet, goggles, gloves, backpack. Water bottle or water bag, food safety autonomy throughout the day Suitable clothing for the season, spare clothing. First intervention kit, thermal sheet, whistle. Mobile phone with charged battery, charger.

Info, details and costs HIKEBIKING TOURIST GUIDE BY BIKE Marche Region

Tel / WhatsApp / sms: Fabrizio Francinella 338 5604533 Email: f.francinella@libero.it Facebook / Instagram / Messanger page: hikebiking

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Our bike tours in the Monti Sibillini National Park to make known the natural beauty, the historical and artistic heritage, the food and wine of the Marche hinterland through an ecological, healthy means, whose speed allows you to enjoy the route meter by meter, meet people, experience places, give emotions, together with a cycling tour guide authorized by the Marche Region who knows the area and will ensure all the knowledge necessary to move safely. A small team, minimum two, maximum six passionate about traveling free, prepared to be in continuous movement, available to share satisfactions, solidary and non-competitive, with a great spirit of adaptation. Every day of the year, every moment of the day is the right one to get around the Marche by bike. You decide when. When you are free, when you have the right energies or in the period of the year that you like best, call us and book your date. 1 - Tour of FIASTRA Lake - FARGNO refuge 2 - Tour Val d'AMBRO 3 - Tour of the INFERNACCIO Gorges 4 - Tour on the slopes of MONTE VETTORE 5 - Tour of the plans of CASTELLUCCIO DI NORCIA 6 - Tour crossing VISSO - CASTELLUCCIO DI NORCIA 7 - Tour of MACERETO Plans Data sheet Ring routes Length min 30 - max 60 km Total ascent min 600 - max 2,000 m Minimum altitude m 200 Maximum altitude 2,100 m Expected duration 6 - 10 hours Difficulty 2 out of 3 Road surface, cart track, dirt track, path Type of bike Trail bikes, All mountain, e-bikes Equipment Bicycle efficiency conditions Kit for mechanical emergency repairs Helmet, goggles, gloves, backpack. Water bottle or water bag, food safety autonomy throughout the day Suitable clothing for the season, spare clothing. First intervention kit, thermal sheet, whistle. Mobile phone with charged battery, charger. Info, details and costs HIKEBIKING TOURIST GUIDE BY BIKE Marche Region Tel / WhatsApp / sms: Fabrizio Francinella 338 5604533 Email: f.francinella@libero.it Facebook / Instagram / Messanger page: hikebiking
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