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Motogiro D’Italia 30 April – 6 May 2018

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Motogiro D'Italia 30 April - 6 May 2018 1Rich in both history and heritage the Motogiro D’Italia is a must not miss date in the 2018 calendar, with the event that originated over one hundred years ago due to be staged from 30 April through to 6 May this year. Relaunched in 1989 by the Moto Club Terni, it remains the oldest and most prestigious Italian motorcycle rally and continues to provoke a special emotion within the two-wheel community.

Organised in association with both the Italian Motorcycle Federation (FMI) and the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), the Motogiro D’Italia delivers new routes and schedules each year in order to attract motorcyclists from all over the World. The event boasts an embedded sporting spirit and a great passion for the golden era of motorcycling that provides a unique opportunity to discover and rediscover the amazing and unforgettable beautiful routes that only Italy has to offer.

In addition to being a huge nostalgic event, the Motogiro D’Italia also includes strong links to both the vehicles and the regions that hosts this iconic gathering. Starting on 30 April the event will begin from an area recognised for its excellence in engines, this being the Motorvalley – an industrial district in the Emilia Romagna region – that is home to many great motorsport companies and associated attractions such as specialist museums, race tracks and other competition facilities.

This is truly a region steeped in motorsport history, with it being very much in the fabric of the cultural heritage of the area, which also boasts some amazing landscapes plus is rich in culture, whilst holding a deep passion for both two and four wheels.

The 2018 edition will include many unmissable stages, which will take in the Ducati Museum in Borgo Panigale, the Museum of Enzo Ferrari in Modena and the Museum of Marco Simoncelli in Coriano to mention just a few.

Originating from Bologna and passing through Modena, Parma and Imola, on the way up to the Adriatic Riviera, on route to Rimini, Misano and San Marino this is just a taste of the extraordinary places that Motogiro D’Italia will visit in 2018 over its six stages and more than one thousand kilometres.

Make sure you register for the 2018 edition of Motogiro D’Italia, so you can be part of this bold new adventure and so you are able to share your own magical story.

Riders from all over the World are invited to register before 30 March
via the official website www.motogiroitalia.it

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