Tunnel? What tunnel?

This is the first time the Giro has held stages outside Europe, so that is definitely a feather in our national cycling cap.

May 3, 2018 19:31
4 minute read.
Tunnel? What tunnel?

A tunnel designed for cyclists between Ein Lavan and Ein Kerem . (photo credit: OREN BEN HAKON)


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Something appears to be afoot on the local cycling scene.

Just last week, the prestigious Grand Fondo international cycling franchise made, and left, its mark in these parts with the inaugural Jerusalem version of the Grand Fondo New York; and today, the Giro d’Italia, one of the Big Three races on the entire global road cycle race scene, kicks off from the capital, to be followed by a second stage up north and a third down south, ending in Eilat.


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