His specialty: Road cycling, Cycling, Triathlon
Experiences / Races: I competed a couple of times in the Nove Colli, but I’m not an athlete
Km traveled each year: 10.000 km
Languages spoken: German, French, English
What qualities should a good guide have?
His ability to communicate with the group and his availability and knowing how to properly cycle.
What do you think of Riccione Bike Hotels?
My idea is brilliant and the group is extremely well run in.
What do Riccione cyclists love?
First of all, the landscape, then the food and our warm welcome. The only blemish is the roads, which are not very well kept.
What is your style as a cycling guide? Do you enjoy “setting the pace” or do you adjust the pace to suit the skill level of the other tourists who are enjoying the Romagna region and its landscape?
I have to set the pace, always keeping in mind the characteristics of the cyclists, so as to keep them close.
Would you like to tell us of a day out / a track (in Romagna) which you particularly enjoyed (which are different from the ones we already offer)?
The itineraries are more or less the ones that are marked, such as San Marino or San Leo. Let’s say that one of the trips I love the most is the one that goes to Urbino.
In your opinion, who are the most prepared cyclists? And the nicest?
The elderly, often a couple, are more drawn to a touristy excursion and to the landscape. The younger ones who come here alone are here to practice.
Is there an anecdote or a story of an excursion with guests you would like to share?
I have no anecdotes or special stories to tell.
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