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Fri, Sep 16


Radda in Chianti

Bartali - The Hero's Path

Join us for a thrilling ride along the path ridden by the legendary Gino Bartali, to support Bartali - Youth in Movement

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Bartali - The Hero's Path
Bartali - The Hero's Path

Time & Location

Sep 16, 2022, 12:00 PM – Sep 19, 2022, 12:00 PM

Radda in Chianti, 53017 Radda in Chianti SI, Italy

About the event

Bartali - The Hero’s Path is a unique charity ride from Florence to Assisi in commemoration of Gino Bartali, the legendary Italian cycling champion, who helped save the lives of hundreds during WWII and never talked about it.

Organized by Bartali - Youth in Movement (NGO) in collaboration with local cycling experts UnPaved Roads, Rolling Dreamers and ChronoBikes, this event gathers cycling enthusiasts from all over the world to ride and raise funds to support Bartali - Youth in Movement educational programs around Israel.

About the Bartali Youth in Movement educational programs:

Bartali - Youth in Movement (NGO) operates a network of cycling centers for at -risk students in youth villages, welfare boarding facilities and community centers around Israel.

The organization leverages the passion for cycling towards empowering youth, developing self responsibility, resilience, perseverance and determination. The strenuous physical movement on the bike equips the students with the right tools to overcome formidable obstacles, strive for a better future and pave their way towards social mobility.

Currently we operate in 9 locations around Israel: Ben Shemen, Mevo’ot Yam, Ramat Hadassah, Alonei Yitzchak, Ayanot, Nahalal, Malkishua, Ahava and Shaab for a total of 300 participants.

The money you raise by participating in the event will be used for:

- Opening 3 new youth cycling centers in the coming school year

- Establishing additional 6 youth groups

- Purchasing 60 professional mountain bikes & cycling kits for our participants

Cycling tour overview

During this unique fundraising bike tour we’ll discover breathtaking panoramic views and ride between Tuscany and Umbria where we’ll find rolling hills covered with woodlands, vineyards and silver green olive groves. Riding along the tire tracks of Gino Bartali we’ll learn the incredible stories of his historic deeds, passing through iconic locations he used to pass such as Chianti, Cortona and Terontola. The highlight of the event is the final climb up to the Unesco Heritage town of Assisi. Climbing up to the Basilica of St. Francis, in a group led by the Bartali - Youth in Movement students, will be an incredibly emotional experience you will never forget.

Routes & Maps

The participation package includes:

● 3 fully-supported riding days.

● 3 nights accommodation in 4 stars hotel based on double occupancy (single rooms are available at additional cost)

● All meals, post-ride activities, snacks

● Bartali Youth in Movement kit: cycling Jersey, gloves and socks, cap, polo shirt.

● High-end rental bike

● Daily bike tune-ups and bike washing

● Professional cycling guides

● Support cars with professional mechanics, spare wheels, sports nutrition and everything a cyclist may need along the ride

● Luggage transport

● Transfer to and from Florence airport, Optional transfer to Rome airport at the end of the event.

Not included:

● High-end e-bike on request and charged separately

● Flights / travel to and from Italy

● Transfer from and to Milan

● Anything not listed will be charged separately

Registration Fee & Donations

● Registration to the event includes an entry fee:

- $1,800 per rider in a double room

- $2,200 per rider in a single room

- $1,500 per non-rider in a double room

- $1,900 per non-rider in a single room

Registration ends on 31 July 2022.

In addition to the entry fee, each rider must make a commitment to raise $1,800 or more, by October 1, 2022, in donations to “Bartali - Youth in Movement”. A personal fundraising page is available for you to set up once you register.

Our goal is to raise $180,000 or more from the event.


Pick-up: Florence

Drop-off: Florence Airport / Rome Airport

Pick-up and Drop-off from/to Milan will have to be arranged and charged separately

Bike Tour Itinerary 3 nights/4 days

DAY 1- Friday, September 16 - arrival by noon

Guest welcoming and lunch in Florence

Bike set-up and warm-up ride

Dinner and ride briefing

DAY 2- Saturday, September 17

1st stage of the “Bartali” ride: Radda in Chianti - Castiglion Fiorentino, 88 km / 1200m ascent, 83% Road & 17% Gravel.

Arrival to Castiglion Fiorentino in the afternoon, hotel check-in & Dinner

Overnight stay in Castiglion Fiorentino.

DAY 3- Sunday, September 18

2nd stage of the “Bartali 180” ride: Castiglion Fiorentino - Assisi, 105 km / 750m ascent, 77% Road, 23% Gravel.

Arrival to Assisi in the afternoon

Closing ceremony in Assisi, by the Basilica of St. Francis

Hotel check-in

Finishers dinner and overnight stay in Assisi

DAY 4- Monday, September 19

Breakfast at the hotel and check-out

Guided walking tour of Assisi & visit to the Museo della Memoria

Drop-off and arrivederci!

The participants of Bartali - the Hero’s Path will be provided with all logistic services they need to fully enjoy the event.

Program for non-riders participants at Bartali - The Hereo's Path:

The program is based on the original tour, with alternative activities for participants who don’t ride - during the riding hours.

Day 1 - Friday, September 16 - an afternoon guided tour of Radda & Castellina in Chianti , joining the group for dinner and the evening activity.

Day 2 - Saturday, September 17- morning guided tour of Gaiole in Chianti, wine tasting at Castello di Broglio , joining the riders at their lunch stop in Asciano, guided tour of Valdichiana, meeting the riders for dinner and the evening activity at Castiglion Fiorentino

Day 3- Sunday, September 19 - morning tour of lake Trasimeno, optional boat ride around the lake, join the riders for the finish in Assisi, guided night city tour of Assisi after dinner (for all participants).

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