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Italian famous top chef and radio speaker to ride with Gimondi on Bergamo’s climbs

With just two months to go, Granfondo Gimondi – Bianchi is on its way back – after one off-year due to viability problems in 2013 – with high purposes and huge numbers of amateur riders expected in Bergamo an Sunday May 4th. In view of the event, Felice Gimondi will ride tomorrow, Sunday March 2nd, on his Granfondo’s roads alongside of two big names entertainment and haute cuisine to further gear up the event’s promotion.

First is Pasquale Di Molfetta, a.k.a. Linus, well-known radio and TV anchor as well as Radio Deejay and Deejay Tv artistic director. Second is Davide Oldani, Italian Cucina Pop’s brilliant creator and promoter, former apprentice of top chefs such as Gualtiero Marchesi and Alain Ducasse, nowadays the reference point of a new style in interpreting cookery.

Both Oldani and Linus are extremely passionate of biking and do it on regular basis, when time and schedules allow them to: they really intend to be on Gimondi – Bianchi Granfondo’s starting line on next May 4th. “Our event has always been loved many celebrities from different branches – Felice Gimondi explains -. We’re really glad that Linus and Davide will be joining us to share our great love for bike”.

Tomorrow’s meeting point is set at 9:00 am in Bergamo, Hotel Cappello d’Oro (Viale Papa Giovanni XXIII) where the riders’ group followed by photoreporters and cameramen will move from in the direction of Colle dei Pasta and Colle Gallo ahead of making their return ride to Bergamo up to the Granfondo finish line after an overall 58km-distance.

Registrations for the 18th Granfondo Felice Gimondi – Bianchi are still open, and can be filed through the online application by credit card on official website www.felicegimondi.com, otherwise by wire transfer, postal bulletin or directly at the organization headquarter in Bergamo (Via G. Da Campione, 24/c).

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