Heather’s Dirty Tuscan Weekend – STRADE BIANCHE and GP LARCIANO 2019

2019 Strade Bianche and GP Larciano: Not so much dirty as dusty and wet, but a weekend in Tuscany to watch the Strade Bianche and the GP Larciano is bound to be memorable. Two more races to mark off Heather Morrison’s bucket list, but after reading about her adventures, we think she will return for more of the ‘White Roads’ action. Heather goes behind the scenes at the Strade Bianche and GP Larciano.** Sign up to watch Strade Bianchein addition to over 50 other World Tour eventslive and on demand on FloBikes.**See the 2020 Strade Bianche PEZ Preview HERE.My journey begins I know it is going to be a long day, if there is a convoluted way to get to a place, Ill find it.I fly out of Edinburgh via Frankfurt to Florence, at this point I am more excited that I’m going to Florence than Strade, but that wont last long. The woman sitting next to me on the plane advised me to get the tram, which was new, instead of the train up to Siena. We chatted on the plane, I was raving that there were four Groupama-FDJ riders on the plane; Kung, Siegle, Vincent and Duchesne and Golas for Sky all on this flight. She was buzzing because there were two footballers on as well. I had been running around the airport taking secret photos.When I got out of the airport, the tram was there, but I did try the Groupama Bus… lift to Siena boys… Smile....
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