Our Bear, which somehow represents all of us bicycle travelers (hopefully not for nail care), opens the tent in front of the panorama of Mantua, ready to experience another BAM!
Happy New Year to all; that 2022 will be full of fulfilled dreams and horizons, in some way, achieved.
A project that aims to accelerate the resumption of post-pandemic events and promote respect for the environment and territories.
The most logical overnighter loop in the magnificent Lagorai mountain range.
No Borders, Andrea Campa’s journey between Italy and Slovenia
Sofiane Sehili is a smiling Frenchman, 37 years old, able to win many of the toughest races on the planet, like Silk Road, French Divide, Atlas Mountain Race or Italy Divide, being second or third in many others. Sofiane is a Miss Grape ambassador and we are proud to have such an athlete on our […]
The night. For some of us it is the real reason that makes us take the bike to start a long ride. Getting lost in the night pedaling with only the front light, listening to every slight rustle, observing with the corner of the eye every shadow that appears until we find the ideal place: […]
If BAM! Is not enough, we also add pre-BAM! The Pre-BAM will be held on Friday 11 June at the wonderful Mulino dei Veraghi. We will meet in Verona in the late afternoon, between smiles and a cold beer, and we will arrive, obviously by bike, in a wonderful location. And in perfect BAM style, […]
You don’t need to pedal in Alaska to feel alive. Primo Levi said “not to be strong, but to feel strong”. For this BAM! supporters the “Explore Local”, of getting lost close to home, always being curious, without having to go far, also as a choice of environmental sustainability. From this year we want to […]
Traveling by bike in bad weather is possible, must! 5 tips from the youngest Indian cyclist to have completed the world tour! The warm season is coming, but the storm is always around the corner and maybe even those unpleasant Atlantic disturbances that mathematically arrive on the holy cycling weekend. We Mediterranean cyclists are always […]