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To find out if you are exercising in your target zone (between 60 percent and 80 percent of your maximum heart rate), use your heart rate monitor to track your heart rate. If your pulse is below your target zone, increase the intensity of your exercise. If your pulse is above your target zone, decrease the intensity of your exercise.Sincerely,Zinea ScottCYCLINGCLASSIC2
TUSCANY—TourItineraryDay 1: Our Cycling Tour begins in Greve in Chianti Highlights: Bike fittings and introductory dinner in Greve in ChiantiWe meet in Greve in Chianti today. Greve is the heart of the Chianti region, surrounded by rolling hills covered with beautiful vineyards and olive groves. We'll fit bicycles this afternoon and you can go out for a quick ride if you'd like. We have introductions and will enjoy an inaugural dinner together this evening in a local trattoria.Day 2: Bicycle the Chianti HillsHighlights: Greve in Chianti to Badia a Coltibuono, wine tastingWe leave after a brief safety meeting this morning to bicycle through the vineyards of Chianti. We'll cycle alongthe valley of the Greve River and to the Badia a Coltibuono, famous for itsmonastery and vineyards, built and planted by monks in 1051 (the name in fact means "abbey of the good harvest!"). Our ride back to Greve takes us through Radda in Chianti, one of the typical towns in the region famous for its wineries and vineyards.Dinner is on your own tonight after a 3
wine tasting of the local Chianti wines.Distance: 83 kmDay 3: Bicycle Greve in Chianti to San GimignanoHighlights: Castellina in Chianti and San GimignanoOur first stop today is Castellina in Chianti, perhaps the most famous town in the region. Stroll around town