Journal

Explore Verona & Lake Garda

Memory is selective. We remember things better when they emotionally strike us, and what's better than good food, fine wine, and taking in views on two wheels? "I moved to live in Verona because in this city, I see a new cycling destination in Italy. In my opinion, it holds much more value compared to other places," so says Matteo Venzi, CEO & Founder of Rolling Dreamers.

Open Tours 2024

Looking back at an amazing 2023, simultaneously, we are impatienly looking forward to an amazing upcoming year! Let's take a look at our 2024 open tours that we have scheduled with some amazing locations and some very specific adventures. Read more about Morocco Gravel, the Via Francigena, the Via Francigena Women Edition and the Dolomites Gravel trip.

Live the wild adventure in Morocco

In the heart of cycling's wild frontier, gravel emerges as a pioneer, fueled by an insatiable desire to push beyond limits. Crunching rocks and spinning wheels undeterred by rugged terrains, unmarked paths, and wide gravel roads. Everything other than the conventional road ride. If you're looking for a wild experience and you love pushing yourself, making a trip with us could be a great idea.

Prepare for your next gravel adventure with Fondo

Are you Dutch or Flemmish? Prepare with Fondo and join us, Fondo and 3T on an amazing gravel adventure. Together with the training application Fondo, created by the Dutch Cycling Federation to help every cyclist in his or her personal goal and with Italian bike brand 3T, renowned for their amazing gravel bikes, we designed two Dutch special gravel tours. One based on the classic pilgirms way of the Via Fracigena and one discovering the amazing gravel roads in the Italian Dolomites!

Florence Exploration & Light Gravel

Today is a day of two halves: firstly we will play the part of typical tourists and in that role our itinerary includes all of the greatest and most well-known buildings and monuments in the historic heart of Renaissance Florence, and secondly we will head west into an area rarely seen by travellers to this part of Italy. This will all be done seriously fast - but before you start to imagine this is some kind of boastfulness I should point out that we are using the brand new 3T Boost.

Chianti Climbs On The 3T Exploro RaceMax

It is July, an already glorious morning of bright sun and we are gathered to hear what the day ahead holds. We already know it is a road ride (mainly, more about that later) of around 130km. Most of us already have the route shared via Komoot on our Wahoos so there are no surprises on the distance for the amount of climbing involved. We will be taking in the best that Chianti has to offer