Stelvio Classic Cycle

  • Date: Tuesday, 18th June 2019
  • Location: Italy
  • Apply By: Saturday, 18th May 2019
  • Registration Fee: £249
  • Minimum Fundraising: £1050

Welcome to the Stelvio Classic Cycle charity challenge page in support of Scotty’s LITTLE Soldiers, the charity for bereaved British Forces children.

This challenging and truly stunning Italian cycling adventure takes us through the spectacular mountains and lakes of Northern Italy.  We set off around beautiful Lake Iseo, and tackle the legendary climbs of the Passo di Gavia (2621m) and the short but fearfully steep Passo di Mortirolo. A brief detour into Switzerland brings us back over the Passo dello Stelvio (2758m) – the second highest paved mountain pass in Europe, and one of the most impressive roads in the Alps.

This epic ride ends at Lake Como, with wonderful views and one last climb of the Madonna del Ghisallo, with it’s Chapel at the summit – a shrine to the great heroes of professional cycling.  The challenge has been designed by cyclists for cyclists – quite simply this is one of the trips we want to go and cycle! It’s classic, it’s hard but it will be one of the top cycling experiences you can have!

We have charity places available for this amazing event. To join Team Scotty and fundraise at this event please use the link to register directly with the event organisers. This is an open challenge which means you can fundraise for any charity.  When you register you will be asked which charity you wish to support and will have the opportunity to select Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

Remember, when you raise £50 or more online we’ll send you a special Scotty’s neck buff. Raise over £150 online and a FREE Scotty’s cycling shirt will be on it’s way to you!

Got a place already? No problem, you can still fundraise for Scotty’s Little Soldiers. Just click here to set up an online fundraising page.

If you want to learn more about this event please visit the event website by clicking here.

The final signup date (18/05/19) for this challenge has now passed.

Please take a look at some of our other challenges.