• Milan - San Remo

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    Milan – San Remo is the first major ‘Classic’ of the season and one of the five famous monuments of professional road cycling: Milan-San Remo. Famously renowned for it’s cruel, lengthy distance of 298km from Milan to San Remo, in the Northwest of Italy. It is officially the longest one-day race in modern road cycling and although long, it is considerably ‘flatter’ than its counterpart Classics – often referred to as ‘the Sprinters Classic’.

    Legend Eddy Merckx holds the record for the most victories at Milan-San Remo having taken a total of seven wins there throughout his career. Among other MSR successors is Australian, Matthew Goss who won the iconic event in 2011 in emphatic fashion, edging out Fabian Cancellara and Philippe Gilbert for honours. He crossed the line in 6 hours, 51 minutes with an average speed of 43.5km/h – impressive, yes!

    Matt teamed up with Mummu Cycling and GreenEDGE Travel in 2018 at the Giro d’Italia and will be continuing to work closely with us in 2019, leading our  Milan-San Remo experience in March. What better way to get a real understanding of the longest one-day race on the calendar?

    You will get the full run down on how he won, ride the incredible Italian roads along course as well experience the best of both the French and Italian Riviera’s and of course catch all the 2019 race action from the best viewing spots!

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    Milan – San Remo is the first major ‘Classic’ of the season and one of the five famous monuments of professional road cycling: Milan-San Remo. Famously renowned for it’s cruel, lengthy distance of 298km from Milan to San Remo, in the Northwest of Italy. It is officially the longest one-day race in modern road cycling and although long, it is considerably ‘flatter’ than its counterpart Classics – often referred to as ‘the Sprinters Classic’.

    Legend Eddy Merckx holds the record for the most victories at Milan-San Remo having taken a total of seven wins there throughout his career. Among other MSR successors is Australian, Matthew Goss who won the iconic event in 2011 in emphatic fashion, edging out Fabian Cancellara and Philippe Gilbert for honours. He crossed the line in 6 hours, 51 minutes with an average speed of 43.5km/h – impressive, yes!

    Matt teamed up with Mummu Cycling and GreenEDGE Travel in 2018 at the Giro d’Italia and will be continuing to work closely with us in 2019, leading our  Milan-San Remo experience in March. What better way to get a real understanding of the longest one-day race on the calendar?

    You will get the full run down on how he won, ride the incredible Italian roads along course as well experience the best of both the French and Italian Riviera’s and of course catch all the 2019 race action from the best viewing spots!