All roads lead to Rome! If Roman roads are so famous the Ancient Appian Way is the Queen of the Roman Roads and you'll see it exactly as it was 2000 years ago. First we will meet at the Bar and have a coffee before we start. Than we'll bike through a park, to the most ancient Roman road, the Appian Way, with glimpses of rare beauty, and get to the ancient Roman Aqueducts immersed in typical Mediterranean nature. The ride is relaxing, with many stops, the pace is slow, you get to see Rome off the beaten path, enjoying the surprising beauty of mother nature and ancient ruins, just a few kilometers apart from the hustle and bustle of the city center. So GET READY TO RIDE FOR ALMOST 15 KM (10 MILES), through some of the city’s most unique sightseeing, discover hidden spots in nature, see some of the unknown gems of Rome and get back to your place with perfect pictures. During the ride you'll also taste typical flavours of a Roman appetizer.
Anna, Claudio and Sergio are three Roman cyclists, enthusiasts of Rome, bicycles, art and photography. Anna has created the Bike to school Rome movement and the Association Salvaiciclisti-Savethecyclist. Claudio bike-reporter, knows very well Rome and its food and wine traditions. Sergio professional photographer has crossed any secret corner of Rome by bicycle.
Coffee We'll offer you a coffee before we start
Bicycles We provide regular bycicles for people from 160 to 180 cm (5'02-5'9 ft) height and up to 90 kg (200 kb) weight…
Helmet Helmets are not compulsary but if you want we have it.
We'll ride from the starting place to the Caffarella Park, Ninfeo of Egeria, and then to the Ancient Appian Way, passing by Capo di Bove and Quintili's Villa, to get to the Park of the Aqueducts, and along the two ancient roman Aqueductus Claudio and Felix, to Tor Fiscale Park.
13歳以上の方12名まで参加できます。 The route is about 15 km, with many stops, almost in flat, with some up&downs, 20% asphalt and 80% gravel and unpaved roads, sometimes a little bumpy. Guests should have average biking skills and fitness and be able to ride on…
You will have to be able to ride for 15 km, almost all in the plain, part on regular roads (with cars), plus part on unpaved bumping roads. Bring a bottle for water, sunglasses and cream, or raincoat.