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Dainese Italian Legendary Tour in Photos 2011

Thursday, September 15, 2011
Last week, Italian motorcycle safety gear and apparel brands Dainese and AGV hosted its third annual Dainese Italian Legendary Tour. This motorcycling tour takes guests and a few of its famed racing celebrities on a multi-day street bike ride across some of Italy’s finest roads. It was an amazing three days of riding and a trip that we won’t soon forget. Here are a few of our favorite photos from the event:
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
Italian country side is best explored via motorcycle.
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
Enjoying dinner with legendary Dainese riders.
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
Marco Simoncelli is a certified national hero in Italy.
The Castello Dal Pozzo is an old world castle mansion that was originally built around the year 1000. Since it has been renovated and re-built multiple times and is now a hotel.
The Castello Dal Pozzo.
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
The Marcos ham it up for a picture.
The Dainese Italian Legendary Tour took us across more turns and corners than Ive ever ridden in my life in a period of three days.
Corners, corners and more corners is what the tour is about.
Beauty is everywhere you look in Italy - 2011 Dainese Italian Legendary Tour.
Beauty is everywhere you look in Italy.
The cast of the 2011 Dainese Italian Legendary Tour poses for a picture with racing great  Giacomo Agostini.
Giacomo Agostini is the real-life version of Jesus in Italy.
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
Enjoying some wine and company after a long day of riding.
Dainese Italian Legendary Tour 2011
Only in Italy can you enjoy champagne at lunch.
Spectacular views are abundant on the Dainese Italian Legendary Tour. Here is a peek of The Alps from northern Italy.
Spectacular views are abundant on the Dainese tour.
Long  dark tunnels are drilled through many mountains and allow folks to explore many parts of the country.
There’s few better places to motorcycle tour than in Italy.
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motousa_adam   September 15, 2011 03:06 PM
errr below coment
motousa_adam   September 15, 2011 03:06 PM
+1 on above comment:)
irksome   September 15, 2011 01:20 PM
Jesus never won a World Championship.