Italian Cycling Hotel visit to Winning Wheels

Join Winning Wheels and the Velo Club for an evening of Italian-inspired food and wine as we welcome Stefano Giuliodori, the owner of Hotel Dory – a cycling hotel on the Adriatic coast – along with retired pro cyclist, Andrea Gennari, now the lead guide at the hotel. The event takes place Thursday, April 4th from 5:30 to 7pm at Winning Wheels, 3018 Grand Ave. in Pacific Grove.

UPDATE: There will be a short presentation on the hotel  by Stefano and Italian wines and Prosecco will be served along with pizza.  The big news – there will be a prize drawing for 1 free week cycling holiday at the hotel.

Hotel Dory was the first cycling hotel in Riccione, Italy. It hosts weekly group rides and also offers longer tours of the area. They also create custom group rides exploring routes such as Florence to Venice. Stefano and Andrea are warm, personable individuals who are living the dream of sharing their passion with like-minded people from all over the world. 

Velo Club Members Gordon and Sue Martine have stayed at Hotel Dory several times and will tell you that each visit has been marvelous with top notch guides and accommodations. But what brings them back to the Dory is the people who provide the services and all the cyclists they’ve met from all around the world: Isreal, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Switzerland, Canada, England…

While you are enjoying food and wine, Stefano and Andrea will talk about the hotel and all the cycling opportunities in their part of Italy. Learn earn more about the cycling opportunities they offer at the Hotel Dory Website.

To Recap:

  • What: Evening of Food & Wine with Stefano and Andrea of Hotel Dory 
  • Where: Winning Wheels Bike Shop – 318 Grand Ave, Pacific Grove
  • When: Thursday, April 4th – 5:30-7pm
  • Cost: Free

Note: The regular Thursday BWC Ride will start at Winning Wheels that day so we can finish and join the event.

We hope to see you there!

 

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