The 51st edition of the Milan – Sanremo Randonni cycling tour held last Sunday is now registered. The event registered 700 members this year, many of whom came from abroad. This event is in fact now a reference point for all cycling enthusiasts. Among the most represented foreign countries are: France, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Austria.
“The balance is very good The President of the University of California, Sanremo, commented Fabrizio Fusini – We also found a perfect day in terms of temperatures that stayed between 23 and 27 degrees. We’ve received 700 posts from all over the world, even from Australia and Taiwan. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the event: the relevant authorities, the police, public assistance, and our partners. A special hug to the volunteers, who, as usual, moved them with great passion, and whose work was indispensable. Now we rest for a while and then we will immediately start working on the 52nd edition“.
The track brought back the 300 km that separates Milan from Sanremo, on the same roads on which the Spring Classic was held in 2021.
“Presentation of sports and tourism and promotion of the whole territory – said the city councilor of San Remo Giuseppe Faraldi – The number of 700 members means that this is an important event. We are delighted with the success that has been achieved, and for this we would like to thank all the organizers, especially Fabrizio Fusini for the desire and courage he has always shown to take this adventure and to implement it in the best possible way. See you next year!“.
All participants, as soon as they crossed the finish line, were awarded the “Final” medal. The evening before the most numerous groups received prizes: Wielerbus, Road Bike Rieti, La Ciotat 2000, Kulessa and Team Professionale Bike.
The Milan-Sanremo Randonni cycling tour “La Classicissima” is also available on Facebook and Instagram.
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