Italy’s Marcialonga Cycling Craft road race offers a high-quality race packet

Craft windbreaker jacket, local products and much more for all participants

Italian Bone Marrow Association (ADMO) cycles through the Dolomites

Sport and charity, perfectly compatible



Clock keeps ticking toward the 9th Marcialonga Cycling Craft road event in Italy’s Trentino region. Entries keep flowing into organisers’ lists and the OC led by Angelo Corradini makes it all more intriguing and tempting. The 2015 race packet has been unveiled and those who will take part into next 14 June race in Val di Fiemme and Val di Fassa will get a rich and tasting goodie bag along with their race numbers. The Craft lightweight windbreaker jacket is the main item, but the bag also contains local Trentingrana cheese and pasta Felicetti branded, an Enervit water bottle plus energy bar, WD-40 oil, a discount voucher and a multi-use Sportler headband, Blistex lip balm stick and Ozone warm-up gel. In addition, all registered athletes might get a 25% discount on Scicon bags and cases. Race entry fee is now 35 Euro. Number and race packet collection will be at the Race Office in Predazzo both on Saturday 13 (9.30-12.00 // 14.00-19.00) and Sunday 14 June right before the start (5.30-7.00).

Among the many Marcialonga partners, the Italian Bone Marrow Association (ADMO) plays a very important role and it will be once again at the start of the Cycling Craft event next month. Both Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 June a group of volunteers will give out information about the association and the importance of donation and bone marrow transplant. Sport and charity are perfectly compatible in every sense of this word and becoming a donor is easy and costless, plus it could be absolutely priceless. The ADMO stand located inside the Sport Expo in Predazzo town centre will also propose the new ADMO branded bicycle outfit.

The 9th Marcialonga Cycling Craft will take off at 7.30am in Predazzo and riders will face the two 135k and 80k routes surrounded by beautiful Dolomites. An interesting menu of accommodation solutions is available on the official Marcialonga website

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