Pick n’ Mix Around the World

Let’s go around the world!

This week’s ride releases take you on a journey around the world, spanning Australia, the US, Italy, the UK, and beyond. Thanks to our new contributors for enriching this diverse collection!

Top Pick: Porto Rotondo Golfo Aranci

Immerse yourself in the scenic beauty of Sardinia with our favourite ride, Porto Rotondo Golfo Aranci. Explore this ancient Italian island, celebrated for its mesmerising beaches along the Mediterranean Sea. The route winds through the renowned Costa Smeralda coastline, starting and finishing in Porto Rotondo, passing through Golfo Aranci. While featuring hilly terrain with manageable climbs, the stunning views make it a standout.

Discover these global rides under ‘NEW’ in FulGaz—there’s something for every cycling enthusiast.

PLUM ISLAND PARK RIVER

Enjoy a beautiful New England fall ride through Newburyport, to the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge on Plum Island. View the old Newburyport mansions as you return along High Street (route 113).

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48.508km
DISTANCE
1:34:48
DURATION
206m
ELEVATION

PORTO ROTONDO GOLFO ARANCI

Sardinia is an island of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea, a very ancient land renowned for its natural beauty including the sea with its beaches, recognized as some of the most striking in the world. The route crosses a section of the coast of the famous Costa Smeralda. It starts and finishes from the village of Porto Rotondo after reaching the village of Golfo Aranci. It’s a hilly route with short climbs that are not particularly challenging.

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25.09km
DISTANCE
00:59:52
DURATION
338m
ELEVATION

SALISBURY PLAINS TO WALCHA

The ride starts in the vast, dry grazing land of the Salisbury Plains in Australia’s New England region. For the first half you’ll be treated to well groomed, gently rolling farm tracks (watch those cattle grids) before joining the sealed Emu Creek Road for a lumpy ride down into the small town of Walcha. The landscape morphs into lush, grassy green hills as you tackle the last two short but punchy climbs. On a day like this, you’ll see why this is known as big sky country.

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35.84km
DISTANCE
01:22:57
DURATION
378m
ELEVATION

PANAMA PACIFICO

Panama Pacifico is a residential and industrial zone on the site of the former Howard Air Force Base near the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. It is one of the favorite areas for Panama City’s cyclists that want to train in rolling hills.

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18.23km
DISTANCE
00:42:21
DURATION
147m
ELEVATION

MIRABEAU TO PERTUIS

Ride on a late summer afternoon from Mirabeau, famous for its castle, along rolling roads towards Pertuis.

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19.127km
DISTANCE
1:01:05
DURATION
264m
ELEVATION

BETWEEN LAKES

Starnberg and Ammersee are Munich's favourite lakes. Located to the south-west of Munich, they offer a wide range of sporting activities, including sailing, walking and cycling, with breathtaking views of the Alps. This tour linking the two lakes will give you little chance to see the water surface, but if the blue, green and yellow colours relax you, you'll enjoy the panorama and the small Bavarian villages. There are only a couple of short climbs that indicate that you are leaving the lakes waterfront.

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50.135km
DISTANCE
2:01:00
DURATION
591m
ELEVATION

OUT OF THE MISTS OF ORTON SCAR

This rolling ride takes you through some of the small lanes south and east of Penrith in Cumbria. You'll return through the pretty market town of Appleby-on-Westmorland which is famous for its annual Horse Fair. Save a little bit for the last climb up Strawberry Hill, ending with views over Penrith.

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68.515km
DISTANCE
2:29:01
DURATION
978m
ELEVATION