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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. Famously renowned for its 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 our own pro host, 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!

    Mummu Cycling are excited to share that we’ll be at Milan-San Remo in March 2022 to witness the action live. Place a risk-free booking deposit below to secure your place on tour!

    Special Risk Free Policy

    In response to the uncertainty surrounding global travel during the Covid-19 outbreak, we have now updated our booking policy. All complete tour bookings will receive a full credit of 100% of their funds paid to any tour offered by Mummu Cycling for 24 months in the event that clients are restricted in their travels.

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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. Famously renowned for its 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 our own pro host, 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!

    Mummu Cycling are excited to share that we’ll be at Milan-San Remo in March 2022 to witness the action live. Place a risk-free booking deposit below to secure your place on tour!

    Special Risk Free Policy

    In response to the uncertainty surrounding global travel during the Covid-19 outbreak, we have now updated our booking policy. All complete tour bookings will receive a full credit of 100% of their funds paid to any tour offered by Mummu Cycling for 24 months in the event that clients are restricted in their travels.