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It consists of a 1.3 km long rise, completely paved, with an average gradient of 15% and with peaks of 19% and since 2016 it is twinned with Muro di Grammont, the mythical breakout of the Flanders Tour. Just on the last edition of the Flanders Tour, last April 1st, with the inspection of an Italian delegation to Belgium, it was an opportunity to strengthen a relationship between Muro di Ca’ del Poggio and Muro di Grammont, in perspective that the twinning can generate new opportunities to promote new lands and also thanks to the creation of an European circuit that brings together all the climbs linked to the history of the great cycling.
With this purpose, on July 12th 2018 the twinning was officially sanctioned, and, in addition to the rise of San Pietro di Feletto and Muro di Grammont, it also links Mûr-de-Bretagne, another famous climb that has made the history of the international cycling.
On Muro di Ca’ del Poggio – the only ascent certified by the Italian Cycling Federation – Giro d’Italia passed four times: in 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2017. A new passage of Corsa Rosa will take place on May 23rd 2020, when Muro di Ca ‘del Poggio will be the protagonist of the long-awaited Crono del Prosecco, which will be developed from Valdobbiadene to Conegliano.
However, we will not deal with only Giro d’Italia. The rise of San Pietro di Feletto also hosted the 2010 Italian Professional Championship, which has been developed on the Wall for 11 rounds and in 2012 and Giro Rosa in 2015.
In addition, there are seven cycling trials which, during the year, involve a passage on Muro di Ca’ del Poggio. Among them, the international youth competitions of San Vendemiano, San Michele di Feletto and Solighetto, added to the Pina Cycling Marathon and the Prosecco Cycling, are the major events dedicated to all enthusiasts.
On September 5th 2019, Muro di Ca’ del Poggio was also the protagonist of the short film “Non so come, ma è successo” by the director Nazareno Balani, who, on the occasion of the 76th Venice Film Festival, he awarded the prestigious “Lion of glass”.
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