FAQ

Yes, some hotels are offering discounts. See the Book Your Accommodation section of our website for details.

Yes, there are four different courses: the Super Fondo (160 km), the Gran Fondo (125 km), the Medio Fondo (80 km) and the Molo Fondo (45 km). Each course has different peloton speeds. See the Courses section on the website for full details.

Yes. All roads used by participants will be closed, and the pelotons will have a police escort.

Yes, all pelotons have a police escort, as well as one vehicle ahead of and one behind the pack, and ride officials to control average speed throughout the course. There is also a sweep van to take care of dropouts, mechanical issues or injuries.

As a rule, you can add 5 km/hr to your average speed when riding with a pack and taking full advantage of drafting. For example: if your average speed over a distance of 80 km is 22 km/hr, you can sign up for the 26 km/hr or 27 km/hr peloton.

Yes, you may do so until May 21, 2019 by going into your account or make the change in person when you sign in.

The first departure is at 7:30 a.m. The complete schedule will be available in early May and added to the Schedule section of our website.

Yes, there will be a table for exchanges. Exchanges will be possible only while quantities last.

Yes, you can leave a bag on the morning of the event, starting at 7:00 a.m., at the official Gran Fondo boutique near the departure area. Be sure you identify the bag with your name, peloton number, and distance.

You may switch to a slower peloton during breaks at fuel stops.

Energy drinks, water, fruit, and sanitary facilities. Each course has a fuel stop located around the halfway point. The Super Fondo (160 km) has two. Make sure you have enough water and food before the start of your event.

All participants must observe fuel stops and the breaks are a maximum of 15 minutes.

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