September 25, 2022

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By bike from Maranello .. .to Canada. Mexico – Two cyclists take part in Alaska

On May 24, two Maranellesis will take the baton to cover the fourth phase, which runs north from Salt Lake City in southwestern Utah to Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province. In Alberta, they are expected to arrive in mid-June.

MARANELLO is two thousand kilometers from Salt Lake City in the United States to Calgary in Canada: “We still travel … by bicycle … for days to come. Towards Alaska ”, created to complete the journey of Luca cyclist Mauro Talini in 2013, when he was interrupted in a horrific road accident on the Mexican border in May of that year.

Johnfi and Davoni are part of a team of ten cyclists, eight Italians and two Mexicans who will complete Talini’s record. A long bike ride of more than 9,000 km across the American continent, from Mexico to Alaska, five stages for ten riders, is expected on July 12 in Prudo Bay above the Arctic Circle.

On May 24, two Maranellesis will take the baton to cover the fourth phase, which runs north from Salt Lake City in southwestern Utah to Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province. In Alberta, they are expected to arrive in mid-June.

A relay race in honor of Mauro Tolini’s company, an avid travel cyclist, was created to follow the path of solidarity undertaken by Tolini, thanks to a project initiated by Angora at his family and Viazio Association on diabetes and insulin dependence. ANIAD, National Association of Diabetic Athletes.
Traveling on two wheels to spread the message of awareness about diabetes, road safety and environmental sustainability, along with raising funds to build thirty toilets in Montero, Bolivia’s poorest suburb.

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On their feet, Johnfi and Dawoni will travel via the Great America Dwight Bike Route through the four U.S. states of Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana and two Canadian districts of British Columbia and Alberta via Grand Dayton, Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. North America’s premier on-road and off-road cycle route connecting Canada with New Mexico. It is expected to be able to travel an average of 120 km on bicycles daily. In addition, it is equipped with “generous” tires and equipment to minimize weight to cover asphalt, gravel and dirt roads.