Ankündigung für Teilnehmer und Fans aus Deutschland.

Nachfolgend finden Sie die E-Mail-Adressen und Telefonnummern unserer Ansprechpartner in Deutschland für den Motogiro d’Italia:

Michael Cassel: cassel@michael-cassel.com;

+4902102963046;

Mob. +491717575110;

Brigitte Benner: brigitte.benner@gmx.de;

Micheal und Brigitte haben eine bereits recht große Gruppe von Teilnehmern für den Motogiro d’Italia 2023 zusammengestellt und stehen Ihnen für Nachrichten, Erklärungen und jede freundliche Unterstützung, die Sie in Bezug auf die Veranstaltung benötigen.

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MOTORBIKES TRANSPORTATION FROM ENGLAND

IMPORTANT: for members from England it is possible to book the transport of motorcycles by contacting Benny Russell at the following email:
russell@phaseone.co.uk
or to the following telephone number:
+44 1278 652439
Agreeing directly with him.

FRIENDS OF MOTOGIRO D'ITALIA

we hereby wish to inform you that we have made an improvement change to the program of the Motogiro d’Italia 2023.

The departure and arrival will take place from the city of Pisa and no longer from Pistoia while remaining virtually unchanged all the rest of the route.

This change is due to our intention to guarantee as much as possible every form of welcome to you, a development that was decided following inspections and contacts with the municipal administration of Pistoia, which although very helpful has not been able to fully meet the logistical requests made by us considering that currently the members are more than one hundred plus us organization.

Their hotel facilities, although beautiful, would have led to an excessive fractioning of the dislocations, and given the high number of members we have to date and with the intention of guaranteeing maximum service, we opted to transfer everything to Pisa, where we identified a beautiful hotel structure two kilometers from the airport, very close to the highway exit, two kilometers from the Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli, with a very large garage and with a space for parking the participants’ vehicles for the entire week of four hundred places.

The facility, among other things, has a large Briefing room and adequate space for conducting Preliminary Operations.

In addition, we will have at our disposal a restaurant room that can adequately contain us all.

Certain that you will welcome the news with satisfaction, considering that Pisa is certainly one of the most beautiful monumental cities in Italy and among the best known in the World, as well as having been the protagonist of the original Motogiro routes in the 1950s, we send you our warmest regards.

Massimo, Laura, Daniele, Luigi and all the friends of the Staff.

La tradizione italiana delle due ruote

HISTORY


Motogiro d ‘Italia is the historical re-enactment of the oldest and most prestigious Italian motorcycle race in stages. Born in 1914, the Motogiro reaches its top thanks to the Italian Motorcycle Federation between 1953 and 1957, when it becomes a true legend for two-wheel enthusiasts. The adventure ends in 1957, the year of the abolition of all road races after the terrible accident at the 1000Miglia.

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“Here we are. I hate big words; I bring awe. I do not know how to spend those: even for selling fake stuff you have to be cut for it. Yet when you get to this point and the flag is raised freezing all the noise, I always feel something inside me – a mixture of excitement and panic – that I could describe only by big words and because of failure to use them, it remains in my body for long time, as a weight on my stomach. Go!

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