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Motogiro d'Italia 2018: the centenary motorcycle race in stages is back on the streets of the Motor Valley.

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Motogiro d'Italia 2018: the centenary motorcycle race in stages is back on the streets of the Motor Valley.

From Bologna to Misano Adriatico, traveling along Emilia-Romagna. 1600 km of fun and exciting roads, the engines of the 27th edition of the Motogiro d'Italia are ready to go. The event started back in 1914 and relaunched in 1989 from the Moto Club Terni which is the oldest and most prestigious Italian motorcycle race in stages.

The route - from April 30th to May 6th 2018 - will cross the wonderful roads of the Motor Valley that year by year appeal not only to local motorcyclists, but also thousands of foreigners from the Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany, France, United States, Spain, Italy and for the first time also from Turkey, All attracted by the roads that unite Bologna and Misano Adriatico in a maze of curves and flavors that have made the history of Italian motorcycling.

Many unmissable stages for a new adventure that will involve the Ducati Museum in Borgo Panigale, the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena and, not to forget, the Marco Simoncelli Museum in Coriano. To organize everything, there will be the Moto Club Liberati-Pileri of Terni under the patronage of the International Motorcycling Federation, of the Italian Motorcycling Federation that makes use of highly prestigious institutional and technical partners such as EICMA and Motor Valley with the direct support of Ducati.