A Sunday on the two wheels in the name of sport, art and culture. And, of course, of the Giro d’Italia, the most important Italian cycling race which, for the fifth time in its history, will arrive in Rome after three weeks of grueling competition, with the 21st and final stage and the relative crossing of the finish line at the Imperial Fora, after touching or passing close to some of Rome’s iconic sites such as the Colosseum, Castel Sant'Angelo and St. Peter's Basilica.
Organized by Rcs Sports and Events and Roma Capitale just on the occasion of the Giro’s Grand Arrival to involve Romans and tourists in a big “pink” celebration, Bikedays Pedalata Rosa is a free, non-competitive event open to everyone, adults and children, with a 6.8-kilometer route in the streets of Rome entirely closed to traffic.
To participate, you must have your own bike and wear a protective helmet. All participants will receive a free Decathlon T-shirt to wear during the ride, which can be picked up along with the bib on Friday, 26 May and Saturday, 27 May at the Decathlon store on Via Appia Nuova (Metro stop Furio Camillo).
For more information, visit the official website.