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It’s going to be an exciting few months here at inGamba. Most of the team iscurrently at our Italian base in Chianti preparing for a series of trips there, as wellas the Pinarello Gran Fondo in Treviso and of course, The Tour de France. Here are afew of the highlights for late Summer and Fall:

Early August will give everyone a bit of a breather before we head the US ProChallenge in Colorado. We’re looking forward to the incredible Colorado scenery,hanging out with some of our good friends in the pro peloton, and seeing thelegendary George Hincapie ride his last ever race.

Tour of Colorado August 20-26

It’s not often that you see Joao out of his element, but if you’d like an opportunity totruly see him at home, then you’ll want to join us for our upcoming trip to Portugal.With spectacular roads to ride, lodging at the historic Pousadas and plenty of localknowledge, this will be the trip of a lifetime.

Pousadas of Portugal September 8-16

September and October are going to offer us the chance to ride in two of the bestcycling events around, on two separate continents. Stateside we’ll be eating,drinking and riding through Northern California for 6 days before tackling thenow famous Levi’s King Ridge Gran Fondo. Meanwhile, back in Chianti we’ve got several trips planned around the L’Eroica vintage Sportive. If you appreciate cyclinghistory and culture (and frankly, even if you don’t) this is an event you simply must experience.

Levi’s Gran Fondo, Septemember 23-29

Lombardia and l’Eroica, September 23- October 8

Mangia Beve Bici l’Eroica, October 5-12

l’Eroica Weekender, October 4-8


When we're riding, only the best is good enough. So we've applied that philosophy to everything that we do at inGamba. Our mechanics and soigneurs have Pro Tour experience and our clothing and equipment are the best that money can buy. Nothing we do or use is left to chance and we've left no stone unturned in our quest to create the most incredible experience possible. Because we know that even the smallest detail can make a big difference.