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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MOTORBIKE TRANSPORT, NEWS FROM UK

We have identified an Italian company that will be able to make the two trips for the motorbike transport and return for the Motogiro d’Italia 2024.

The company will be able to transport up to 17 motorbikes or, if necessary, could add another transport of up to a further 10 motorbikes.

The price offered for the transport of 17 motorbikes is good in our opinion, considering that they will have to make two round trips (for the additional 10 you will have to request a further quote).

Contact: Mototouring srl – Tour operator

& motorbike rental

Address: Via del Ricordo, 31, 20128 Milan

Telephone: 0039 02 2720 1556; Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 18:00

Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00

Saturday afternoon and Sunday closed.

e-mail: info@mototouring.com

NEWS FROM MOTOGIRO D'ITALIA

MOTOGIRO D’ITALIA 2024 (33rd edition)

110TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION

19 – 25 May 2024

Two hundred registered participants – 120 vintage motorbikes from 1920 to 1960 – six stages, four in line and two in a daisy chain – 1600 KM – departure and arrival in Bologna
other destinations: Ferrara, Sala Baganza, Fontevivo, Villafranca di Verona and Viareggio

Benelli celebrates the 1953 victory with an official team

It will be the president of the FMI Giovanni Copioli who will give the official start on Monday 21 May from Ferrara, after the transfer from Bologna, to the thirty-third edition of the Historical Re-enactment of the Motogiro d’Italia, the gran Fondo of vintage motorbikes (and not only) which, after six stages and over 1600 km on the streets of Emilia Romagna, Lombardy, Veneto and Tuscany, will return to the capital of Bologna on Saturday 25 May. The event, as usual, is organized by the Moto Club Terni L.Liberati – P.Pileri and created in collaboration with the Italian and International Motorcycle Federation.

After a few years, on the occasion of the one hundred and tenth anniversary of the event, we return to the origins, that is: departure and arrival in Bologna, as happened in the fifties on the occasion of the competitive one, when the event was organized by the Moto Club Stadio and by newspaper of the same name in collaboration with the major motorcycle manufacturers of the time, including Ducati, a Bolognese company that understood the importance of competitions to convey its image and conquer important market shares.

As has happened since the first edition in 1989, this too will take place over six stages, four of which are in line and the other two in a daisy chain, with departure and arrival in the same place, in particular the first in Bologna and the fourth in Villafranca di Verona. The second fraction will take the caravan to Sala Baganza (PR), the third departing from Fontevivo in Villafranca, the fifth will arrive in Viareggio and then the sixth and last with a staged arrival in the square of the municipality of Zola Predosa. The average daily mileage is 250 km excluding the penultimate fraction which from the Venetian town will end in the well-known tourist center of Versilia, when it will be just over 300 km.

The two hundred registered participants, two thirds of whom are foreign, will meet on Sunday 19 May in Bologna at the FlyOn hotel for the preliminary operations and technical checks, then on Monday 20 at 9.00 the participants will make a technical transfer to Ferrara, where between Piazza Castello and Piazza Savonarola the starting village will be set up from which the official start of the event will take place at 10.30 am with the starter of the first competitor.

The Historical Re-enactment of the Motogiro d’Italia has for years been considered the most important online event reserved for vintage motorbikes in the world, a true museum of traveling motorbikes, in fact also in this edition over two thirds of the participants are riding vehicles built between the 1920s and the end of the 1950s. The Gran Fondo, which obviously takes place with the formula of regularity, i.e. travel times imposed by timetables, time controls and special tests timed to the hundredth of a second, is divided into six categories: Eritage – reserved for motorbikes of all brands and engine sizes built between 1914 and 1949; Historic – which sees motorbikes built between 1950 and 1958 competing, with a displacement of up to 175 cc, this is the most coveted and with the largest number of participants, as it harks back to the speed competition that has been running since 1953 to 1957. Historic 1960s – for motorcycles and scooters built between 1959 and 1969, also including those that participated in the regularity Motogiro of the mid-1960s; Classic – for vehicles of all types and engine sizes made between 1970 and 1990; Motogiro – for motorbikes, scooters and sidecars from 1991 to today and the Tourist category whose participants take the same route as the Motogiro with a tourist spirit.

Also at the start in this edition are world motorcycling champions led by the world champions Pier Paolo Bianchi and Virginio Ferrari, the latter riding the 1953 Morini Turismo 175 and personalities from the world of television and entertainment, as well as correspondents from the sector press from all over the world, among these the Englishman Hugo Wilson of Classic Bike Magazine who rides a very rare 1951 BSA 175 which has just been restored. Also noteworthy is the presence of the director and documentary maker Emerson Gattafoni who will create a special for a well-known Japanese TV.

Among the motorbikes, there are numerous traditional 175 CCs from the Italian brands that dictated the law in light displacements in the 1950s such as: Ducati, Guzzi, Gilera, Mondial, MV Agusta, Laverda, Maserati and Bianchi etc. but there is no shortage of historic Spanish, English, French, German and Eastern European companies.

To celebrate Leopoldo Tartarini’s victory in the 1953 Motogiro on the Benelli Leoncino, the Pesaro company will be present at the event with an official team riding three great-grandchildren of the “Leoncino” entrusted to the world champion Pier Paolo Bianchi and the journalists Claudio Antonaci and Corey Leverson , the journalist and photographer Roberto Brodolini is also part of the lineup with the single-cylinder Imperiale 400.

Among the many foreign participants for the first time there were also Turks and Canadians, also notable is the presence of a group of Argentinians, supported by their federation who restored some Tehuelche 75 cc from 1953, the only Argentine motorcycle manufacturer in business until the mid-1950s. sixties and founded by an Italian immigrant engineer who equipped it with a completely aluminum cascade of gears engine that he himself designed. In addition to the Argentine team, other official national teams representing their respective federations come from England, France, Germany and Holland.

Best regards

Massimo, Laura, Daniele, Luigi and all the Motogiro d’Italia staff
Press Office – Celso Pallassini

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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