Dalia Muccioli

Dalia Muccioli

His specialty: Road cycling

Experiences / Races: I raced professionally until 2019 in races such as the classic ones of the North, from the Freccia Vallone, Amstel Gold Race, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Flanders. Plus, races with stages like the Giro d’Italia, the Ruote de France and other wonderful experiences around the world from America to China.

Km traveled each year: 25.000 Km

Languages ​​spoken: Italian, English

Face to face with the guide

  • What qualities does a guide have to have? Experience, patience and attention to needs and safety of the guests. He/she must transmit and share the passion for cycling, to know the surrounding territory and be able to tell guests about the history and traditions of our region. What do you think about Riccione Bike Hotels? I think it is an excellent organisation for holidays for cycling tourists. What do cyclists love about Riccione?. They love the variety of routes available, the courtesy of the people form Romagna and the vast range of activities available after they have finished cycling. As a cycling guide, what is your style?  Do you like riding ‘with the pace’ or do you adapt to the ability of the other cyclists who enjoy Romagna and its scenery? I always adapt to suit the ability of the tourists who come to Romagna for a cycling experience, to enjoy our beautiful countryside and taste our local specialities. Do you want to tell us about a tour in Romagna that you particularly like (that is not one of the usual ones that we suggest) One of the routes that I especially like is the one that goes to Cippo, the climb of our champion Pantani. It is a rolling tour before reaching the long climb towards the top of Cippo, a regular 10km (Passo Cantoniera) plus a more challenging 4km up to say ‘hello’ to Marco Pantani and enjoy the breath-taking views. But I also love the tours that take us to visit Rimini and its Roman monuments and the liveliest historical centre of our area. In your opinion, who are the better prepared cyclists? and who are the happiest? All our guests are prepared as when they book a cycling holiday they are either ready physically or ready to become it. As far as who are the happiest…here at the Belvedere we try to find happiness in all our guests by putting them at ease and making sure they have a good time. Do you have an anecdote, a funny story, to tell us about your tours with guests? I have only fantastic memories, in particular during the tour which involves stopping for a barbecue at our farmhouse in the country. On one particular occasion, it was a wonderfully sunny day and our guests were so happy that they ‘refused’ to come back to the hotel until the evening! Lay on the grass sunbathing, laughing and chatting in all the languages of the world. Cycling is also fun and sharing!

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