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Triathlon Adventures in Italy

The ultimate Italian travel experience for athletes!

October 4th - 12th, 2024

Explore some of the most beautiful areas of Italy swimming, biking, and running! 


Run the streets of Rome and ridges of the Apennine mountains.

Swim in the aqua waters of the Mediterranean

Ride parts of the classic Giro d'Italia.

Explore castles, wine country, and beautiful countryside villages of Italy.

It is not just about swim, bike, and run! You cannot be in Italy without wine tasting, cooking classes, and exploring medieval villages! 


This trip is designed for athletes who want to use their fitness to explore Italy, build fitness and skills, become a part of a community, and have new adventures!

Athletes of all levels are welcome and we can customize each day to meet your needs and level. 

Price: $2,550 double occupancy/ $3,350 single


Day 1:

We meet the group in the early morning and start the trip with a 7 mile run through Rome's City Center. Then we travel to Isola del Giglio, a picturesque Mediterranean island in Tuscany. Jump in the clear blue waters for an easy swim followed by dinner on the beach.​

Day 2:

Morning trail run or hike and swim back to the villa.

We then take a short drive and a second swim at Cannelle Beach.


In the afternoon we travel through Tuscany to the Rieti Valley. Also known as the Scared Valley. This area is known for its picturesque landscapes and medieval villages. Our camp home base is here, in a renovated 18-century villa complete with an outdoor 25 meter pool. Unpack and build your bike with the help of mechanic support or pick up your rental bike.

Dinner will be held at the incredible Labro Castle

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Day 3:

Start the day with an undulating 40 mile ride through the countryside and villages. In the afternoon we will have a pool swim at the Villa followed by an evening cooking class to learn how to cook all your favorite Italian dishes!

Day 4:

We start off the day with a trail run through the hills and woods passing by Labro Castle village and the Piediluco’s fortress. End the run with an optional swim in the Pieduluco Lake.

(13 miles, 2000ft of climbing)

*Alternative shorter routes with less climbing are available

In the afternoon, explore the Medieval Town of Rieti. 

Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant that evening.

Day 5:

The next two days are all about cycling! Ride through the heart of the Apennine Mountain range and experience some of Italy's best cycling routes. This area is known for incredible views, climbs, and very little vehicle traffic. We take a long lunch stop in Castelluccio and finish the day with a 36 mile ride to Amatrice where we will spend the night.

(Total for the day 86 miles and 11,000ft of climbing)


*Alternative routes are available for riders who want to make it a shorter day with less climbing

This is a point-to-point ride fully supported by local guides and support vehicles. 

Day 6:

A big and epic day on the bike! We ride 68 miles to the ending of 2023 stage 12 Giro D’Italia. After a long lunch at Campo Imperatore, we continue 20 miles to Santo Stefano with incredible views of Castel del Monte and Rocca Calascio.

(Total for the day 88 miles and 9,000ft of climbing). 

Dinner at a local restaurant in Santo Steffano and travel back to home base.​

*Alternative routes are available for riders who want to make it a shorter day with less climbing

Day 7:

This is an easy day to recover from 2 days of epic riding. We start with a late morning swim at Piediluco Lake with options for bricks. Then it is time to relax with lunch at the lake. Your afternoon can be spent by the pool, getting a massage or enjoying a local coffee experience. 

Dinner is at L ’Antica Nordest Pizzaria

Day 8:

Choose your adventure day! We have two options for you to pick from. Hit the trails for 7.5 mile and 2391ft of climbing run with stunning views. Or jump on the bike for a 50 mile ride around the valley and surrounding mountains. We all meet up for lunch. You can either ride or run back or hop in the van and head back to the villa.

We end the experience with wine tasting and dinner at the incredible La Foresta

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Meet the Team

Jennifer Vollmann (me!)

I am an accomplished triathlete, cyclist, and traveler!  I am an age group triathlete, Mindset + Triathlon + Wellness coach, and winner of Starvation Extreme Triathlon.


I have traveled to over 43 countries and co-founded the Pura Vida Cycling Challenge (5 days of epic riding in Costa Rica). I love traveling the world and incorporating swim/bike/run in my experiences. 

There is no way I would organize this alone! Part of the fun of travel is riding and connecting with the local community! So I am partnering with Cris Corazzini, a local triathlete and experienced guide to make this trip perfetto!


Cris Corazzini

Cris is an avid traveler and multi-sports enthusiast based in the heart of Central Italy. He is a seasoned triathlete and cycling expert. With a passion for adventure, Cris has completed the European mountain trekking AIGAE and Italian cycling ACSI guide courses, Certified Tour Companion, showcasing his commitment to mastering the outdoor experience.

Nestled in the breathtaking Apennine mountains, just a stone's throw away from the historic city of Rome, Cris has found his haven and loves to share his expertise with fellow adventure enthusiasts. He has lead a remarkable 250+ tours. 

Embark on the journey of a lifetime with Cris and me as your guide and discover the thrill Italy and outdoor exploration like never before. I promise, this will be epic!

Trip Details 


October 4th - 12th.

Meet in Rome on the morning of October 4th. We suggest you arrive as early as you October 3rd to get settled and enjoy an evening Rome. Accommodation on October 3rd is not included. We suggest you book at the Eccelso Hotel & Eccelso Suites. We will pick up your luggage and bikes on the morning of October 4th.

Check-out is October 12th. We will provide transportation to Rome or the Flumiciono Airport.


Please feel free to bring your bike or we have road bike rentals available at an extra cost. You will need to bring shoes, pedals, a helmet, and a saddle (optional). We will have mechanic support available throughout the trip.



$2,550 double occupancy/ $3,350 single

(non-refundable deposit is needed to secure your spot)



All accommodation

All transportation between locations during the trip

Transportation the morning of October 12th to either Rome or Flumiciono Airport

All meals and drinks

Mechanical support for bike including bike assembly and disassembly

Support vehicles for all activities 

Local guides


Additional cost:

Bike rental $45/day

Not included:

Travel to and from Rome

Sports Nutrition


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