“La Classicissima” of 22 Marchwill take place on the same day as the race of the professionals. The atmosphere is without price, but the accompanying commemorative jersey and cycling shorts that celebrate the event must be ordered by 28 February. The 45th ediiton of the Milan – San Remo Cicloturistica of 26 April will trace the same route as the great Spring Classic.
20 February 2015, San Remo (Im) – Enthusiasts of the world of cycling can’t possibly miss out on the two events that characterize Spring cycling in a unique way: on Sunday, 22 March and Sunday 26 April all participants will be able to experience the unparalled excitement that only a race like the Milan – San Remo can offer.
The 106th edition of the Spring Classic will take place on 22 March and in fact the Granfondo San Remo – San Remo will allow its competitors to experience the atmosphere of the professional race, completing the final Ligurian challenge with the legendary climbs of the Cipressa and the Poggio, and with the arrival in Via Roma in San Remo.
Until 28 February registration to the Granfondo San Remo-San Remo “la Classicissima” will be possible at the reduced cost of 25 euro. From 1st to 20th March the price will be 30 euro.
Anyone who wishes to buy the commemorative T-shirt and coordinated shorts, designed to celebrate the event, can order them at the same time as they register, by effecting an online order within and no later than 28 February.
All the information on the Granfondo San Remo-San Remo “la Classicissima” is available on the official site at http://classicissima.it/
Whoever wants to test themself against the longest cycling route on the UCI World Tour calendar will have the opportunity to enter the competition on 26 April, with the Milan –San Remo Cicloturistica: the 293 kilometres cross six provinces, from Lombardia to the Riviera of Flowers, from the plains to the sea, crossing the Appenines with the Passo del Turchino.
All the information on the 45th edition of the Granfondo Milan – San Remo Cicloturistica is available on the www.milano-sanremo.org. Website.