Introducing Velo Veneto – Italian Cycling Vacations

Buongiorno Inrng.com readers, and welcome to Velo Veneto! For over 25 years, Velo Veneto has been making Italian cycling dreams come true. Whether it’s racing your bike in Italy on fully-closed roads, riding a Gran Fondo in the land that invented them, or climbing the famous Dolomite passes of the Giro d’Italia, there is simply nothing like a cycling adventure in Italy!

Just because our primary focus is on the ride, doesn’t mean we forget the other parts of la dolce vita. Every day, you’ll eat local, fresh food from the best restaurants and agriturismi, drink some of the best Italian wines (many of which are hard to find in the US), and visit some of the pillars of the Italian cycling industry, which surrounds us!

Always wanted to ride in Italy, but having to leave the family behind stopped you? Our single location “summer camp” style means you can ride while the family visits the historical sites, heads out for a hike or game of golf, or just relaxes by the pool. Everyone is happy!

If reading inrng.com’s daily stage previews and watching Giro stages online makes you say, “I wish I was riding in Italy right now!” then tell us a bit about yourself, and we’ll help you make that dream come true!

Please note – 2014 is Sold Out! But it’s never too early to start thinking about 2015!
Monte Grappa Panorama by Jered Gruber

  • "If you ride that way for 5 hours, you can climb the Zoncolan again." @sirkmitja gives directions… https://t.co/1EMHXQh8Dr

  • Making photos, and stravacycling stories, on the Mangart today. Possibly the best climb you've never… https://t.co/vJtd22iqWx

  • Zoncolan. The Crostis makes it look easy. #italy #friuli #nolomites #carnicalps https://t.co/5TfUz9LwLN

  • @Cyclopaat you and the mountains this year. ...

  • @cyclingalps depending on target market & differentiating factors, it's not unrealistic for a startup in this industry

  • Italian pizzerias have approximately 7,364 options on their menu, and you can still create your own.… https://t.co/ZgSw2TqdVv

  • Once again, the Dolomites did not suck. #Italy #Dolomites #gardena #nofilter #fromwhereiride #veloveneto https://t.co/NxOM14xpRr

  • Check out @inspiredinitaly's Tweet: http://t.co/TMlTcUjIE5

  • @Cyclopaat looking even more forward to it now. We can share the pain...

  • RT @mdolomites: Working for #mdd30. First confirmed paragraph ... the date: July 3rd 2016 #cycling #granfondo #tw http://t.co/4lXYlAcFsr

  • @Cyclopaat may be on a scouting trip later this year. Stay tuned to this space...

  • Worth interrupting a descent for. #italy #Veneto #veloveneto #montegrappa #30anni #igerscycling… https://t.co/X5hESyPxi1

  • Giro del Veneto, wrap-up: Though Peter wasn't able to claim the top step on the podium, his strong… https://t.co/LisiYX7pKY

  • RT @inspiredinitaly: Wandering the empty cobblestone streets of #Treviso @trevisotoday @TurismoVeneto @ItalyMagazine @Italy_it #italypics h…

  • Giro del Veneto, Stage 4: You don't need a filter to make a hard-fought victory look good. Just some… https://t.co/FM1skRjG1I

  • Giro del Veneto, Stage 3: The crowds stayed well away from the finish line due to the lack of shade… https://t.co/zOPAfHJkcX

  • Giro del Veneto, Stage 3: Peter's an animal. After jumping into a break, then going away solo, he… https://t.co/TVhd1dRiXf

  • @OneLifeID happy to help, and glad you and the bike are OK. See you domani!

  • You meet some wonderful people at the local races, like Gilberto here. In 1965, he helped Felice… https://t.co/vXrqvGjgOz

  • Giro del Veneto, Stage 2: Peter comes 4th in the bunch sprint. We're in the groceries! #Italy #Veneto… https://t.co/no3rALItJh