Video: Riding Everything but the Road

Aug 3, 2015 at 6:30
by rasoulution Communication Agency  


The Italian region known as ‘Little Tibet’, has successfully established itself as a destination for high altitude training. Road cycling athlete and Livigno testimonial Vittorio Brumotti along with his Tinkoff-Saxo team mates, just released an amazing new video.

At first, everything appears to be as usual when the Team Tinkoff-Saxo head out for a routine training ride in Livigno. Then, Brumotti suddenly leaves the formation and ventures across meadows, rooftops and even water! Everyday pieces of infrastructure become his playground and set in this beautiful alpine town, the clip is your “feel good” video of the day!

by Fabio Borga

"For us it is a great opportunity to train outdoors. Livigno is one of three outstanding mountain bike destinations worldwide – next to Whistler Mountain in Canada and Moab in Utah (USA). I like spending time in Livigno to improve my training. With its altitude of 1,800 meters it allows holistic altitude training“, Brumotti explains his passion for the resort in the Italian alps.

by Fabio Borga


Every year, more and more athletes and recreational riders are discovering Livigno’s qualities for high altitude training. In June and July, the Team Tinkoff-Saxo spent several important days in Livigno improving their stamina. Giro d’Italia’s winner Alberto Contador also used the passes around Livigno to prepare for his race. But cycling athletes are not alone in this discovery – many different sportspersons from a range of disciplines are choosing Livigno as their training destination. For example, the Mettalleghe Sanitars Montichiari volleyball team are holding a training camp in September. Italy’s national swimming team is coming to ‘Little Tibet’ to train at the Aquagranda Sports Fitness Centre as well.

To find out more about what Livigno can offer please visit: www.livigno.eu or www.facebook.com/LivignoFeelTheAlps.


MENTIONS: @rasoulution

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20 Comments

  • + 24
 "Used Road Bike. Less than 20 street miles."
  • + 22
 Looks like Pirlo is going full on this road bike thing now
  • + 3
 Messi and Ronaldo should consider their future.
  • + 0
 Messi still got some years he is playing really good but ronaldo have to consider future definitely
  • + 22
 Martyn Ashton did it better
  • + 7
 True but still very entertaining and impressive. I wish he hit the wallride! Wink
  • + 7
 I dunno. Indian-giver on that first 180...
  • + 6
 He is such a legend, with an incredibly strong beard too may I add.
  • + 4
 What's next a road biker riding a trials bike?
  • + 1
 That would only be stupid
  • + 0
 I don't get the point of these trials on road bikes videos. Sure it's impressive, but I'd much rather watch/ride trials on a trials bike.
  • + 1
 Why is he dressed like a police car, it's really off putting.
  • + 1
 I think he could use a dropper on his road bike Big Grin
  • + 1
 I would never have guessed that you can skid with cantilever brakes!
  • + 1
 Calliper Wink
  • + 0
 There is a brake post on either stay and on both fork legs. The brake arms cantilever off of these post using leverage to push against the rim. Oddly a calliper is the name given to the twin piston unit on disk brakes. The name calliper brake in cycling is referance to actual calipers used for measuring distances. Since the brakes on road bikes look similar. The vernacular used in the world of road bikes is caliper brake. Im from a mountain biking back ground. I call any brake that relies on brake post for mounting a cantilever brake based on its action.
  • + 1
 The title to this edit sums up my riding.
  • + 1
 Bad ass. Best of that type of rider.
  • + 2
 Amazing riding!
  • + 0
 Functionable.......?
Maybe not, but.....

Awesome skills for that type of bike!

Just my opinion though.

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