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Sep 10

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marrabird says:

Mugello 2011

Right, im thinking of mugello june 2011, italian on itallian bike in italy...should be good. So got the blackbird, lady on the back and sorting the luggage out. Looking at the maps to work a good route out...any good ideas with decent stopovers?...goning down to calias tuesday night, early train over then take two days to get there, possibly stay in florence and get train / bus to track, two days back...any advice or experience greatly appreciated. Paul :wink:

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Jun 10

Posts: 11

bossmanjay says:

Mugello 2011

You will love it. If you have the time take 4 days to get there and use D roads in France down to Grenoble. Then the N85 to Grasse and the Riviera. Travel the Autoroute thru France to Pisa, Italy and onto Florence. Mugello is not far from Florence so you should be able to find good accommodation. Try Moto-Express tours for a weekend package, they are pretty good and look after you. Brill!!!! best GP in Europe.

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Aug 10

Posts: 9

tamyam says:

Mugello 2011

Hi I don't think the dates are confirmed as yet but want I would get in touch with a company called Toursareus they are official MotoGP people in the UK thats your best shot. I find them very heplfull

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Aug 02

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I'd say spend an extra day traveling each way and spend less time on of the motorways. I went out via Le Puy en Velay/Ardeche/Gap. Came back via Montgenevre/Briancon.

Florence is a very nice city. Still some reasonably priced hotels going on The cenre of the city is a maze of old streets with one hell of a one-way system. My advice is pick a hotel on the edge of the triangle which forms the boundary of the old city, 1 side being the river, the other 2 sides the road. Click on this, you'll get the idea.

Getting in/out of the track can be a nightmare. I would go on the bike, getting a bus could take forever. Cant remember there being a train to the circuit.

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Jul 04

Posts: 27

ricoshay says:


went last year and it was awesome (apart from a certain no 46 falling off) - we camped in a park next to the circuit and walked in each day (approx 5 mins). one thing we did struggle with was finding the circuit tho - not very well signposted!

there's no shelter in the grandstand so take lots of suncream (it was sooooo hot!) if you're going in one.

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