Paths of the Long Distance Bartoli
Route 1 - After the departure from Monaco and head towards San Piero, to make an few miles of plains and face the harshness of the first day, the ascent of the Poggio Baldino of 2.4 km with an average gradient of 5.6% and maximum of 9%. At the top of this hill, after about 800 mt.si passes back under the departure, and from there down time towards Lucca. Once at the village of Turchetto, turn right and cross the village of Porcari, before continuing on towards Lucca Via Romana, on a completely flat. After passing the town of Capannori salute the brave who are continuing for the long and medium, and turn right at the roundabout. Cross the street Pesciatina and continue through the center of Lammari, continuing towards Marlia, arriving after about 30 km to climb Matraia about 3 km long, with an average gradient of 6.2% and maximum del'8%. At the end of this climb is the first restaurant of the race, in the hamlet of Valgiano.Fatti still about 15 km between the descent and reached the plain tract sterrato.Tale stroke is about 1.3 km with an average gradient of 4.3%, maximum of 10% . At the brow of the hill about 15 km unpaved missing upon arrival, and is a refreshment (especially drinks) and mechanical assistance. After a short flat stretch it starts to climb to Monte Carlo Turchetto by side, for about 1 km, then turn right to find the location of Micheloni and St. Joseph. Once in the latter continue towards Alton and finds himself once again climb the Poggio Baldino, addressed at the beginning of 2.4 km with an average gradient of 5.6% and maximum of 9%. After this last climb we are now at 7/800 meters final goal of Via Roma.
Route 2 - After the departure from Monte Carlo down to San Piero, San Salvatore, and then to go up from Poggio Baldino, rising by 2.4 km with an average gradient of 5.6% and maximum of 9%, after which it passes under the partenza.A Now continue towards the center of the Roman Via Porcari to move on towards Lucca, a flat area about 15 km.Arrivati the outskirts of the city continue on the ring with the wall to the right for another 5 km flat , leading to the foot of the first ascent Chiatri, 7 km long with an average gradient of 4.2% and maximum of 12%. Descend and continue for about 8 km before finding the second bumps, the Ascent of Mount Pitoro. The Pitoro is a climb of 3.5 km with an average gradient of 5.5% maximum of 11%. At the top of Mount Pitoro is the first ristoro.Si back to Lucca for the climb of Piazzano a mile with an average gradient of 5 % maximum of 8%. After 15 km of flat roads with a lot of those who remember the classic Flemish, you get to the outskirts of Lucca and salutes those who continue the path we expect our lungo.Qui taste of cobblestones, tear off Church, 300 meters with a maximum gradient of 13%, average 10%, and at the top you can enjoy a magnificent view. Keep going for about ten miles, reaches a new section in cobblestone / dirt road that measures km.1, 3 with an average gradient of 5%. At the end of this section is continued with the ascent of Matraia, 2.2 km at 6.5% and 8% average gradient of slope massima.Alla top is the second restaurant. Get down and 15 km from the plains to reach the dirt road, a stretch of 1.3 km with an average gradient of 4.3% and maximum of 10%. Finally, a last refreshment to better address the last 15 km.Ancora a short stretch of plain towards Porcari, before you start to climb toward the country of arrival, from the slope of Turchetto for 1 km, then turn right to find the location of Micheloni and St. Joseph. Once in the latter continue towards Alton and finds himself once again climb the Poggio Baldino, addressed at the beginning of 2.4 km with an average gradient of 5.6% and maximum of 9%. After this last climb we are now at 7/800 meters final goal of Via Roma.
Route 3 - The path along the Marathon has the look of a true classic of the World Cup, or rather a mix of classic. It starts from Monte Carlo and down to San Piero, San Salvatore, and then to go up from Poggio Baldino, rising by 2.4 km with an average gradient of 5.6% and maximum of 9%, after which it passes under the departure. At this point it continues toward the center of Porcari to move to the Roman road that leads up to the ring Lucca.Fatti still 5/6 miles of the plain is reached the first difficulty of the climb of the day Chiatri: 7 km with a maximum gradient of 12% and an average of 4.2%. It comes down to the sea, and after passing the center of Massarosa, rises again to Mount Pitoro 3.6 km with a maximum gradient of 11% average 5.5.Alla summit we find the first point of rest, and we traveled about 44 km. Only a few kilometers down the plain, and (5) and reach the third roughness, short but intense Piazzano, 1 km with a maximum gradient of 8% on average by 5%. The descent is a bit 'tricky, but at this point the groups numerosi.Si will definitely not continue with a dozen kilometers of plains on roads very similar to the Belgian countryside, and at this point you greet those who decide to make the average path. It comes in fact the hardest climb of the day (along the cobblestone streets, are more difficult), or that Mortirolino Redoute: 2.5 km with a maximum gradient of 16% and averaged 10%. The difficulty also stems from the fact that, just after the 77 km descent to the ascent of Fiano (6 th rough the day in rapid succession). They face up to about 5 km with a maximum gradient of 13% and an average of 5.7, the However, we expect the second peak point ristoro.Abbiamo traveled more than 90 hours km.Ci expect about 20km between the descent and plains before reaching the next climb which brings us to the seventh country Aquilea.Questa measuring 3 km climb with an average gradient of 7% maximum of 14%. At the end of the descent we are S.Lorenzo Moriano and follow the direction of Marlia to arrive at the foot of the climb at km Matraia 120circa.A this point there is a new section in cobblestone / dirt of 1.3 km with an average gradient of 5%. When this section is continued on the climb of Matraia for 2.2 km, which has an average gradient of 6.5% maximum of 8%, and its top we find the third point of comfort. With the ascent of Matraia you start the stretch like all three tracks, but the way this event is also king of the mythical ripping Gennaro, where you get to km137, after approximately 2 km asphalted slope with a gradient of about 7%. The tear in pave S.Gennaro measuring 750 and has a maximum gradient of 13.5%. It 'a hill that looks a lot like the mythical wall of Grammont, addressed to the Tour of Flanders. At this point, the games seem hard, but it is not over yet, because after about 7 km there is a very special section of this path: sterrato.Si the stretch is 1.3 km of road is very beautiful in the woods (there is also an old oak tree), with an average gradient of 4.3% up to 10%. At the top of this roughness can find a fourth and final point of rest, before continuing to the last 15 km.Si Porcari and then goes on to Monte Carlo 6 km of plain, until you start to climb towards the village. After 1 km you turn slightly rising Micheloni and then to St. Joseph to return from the ascent of Monte Carlo Poggio Baldino made at the start, 2.4 km with a maximum gradient of 9% average 5.6.Alla top of the hill 800 yards from the lack Via Roma a slight rise.