JANUARY 28, 2021
Twinning between Muri, the municipal administration of San Pietro di Feletto invited to the Tour de France
In June, the representatives of the Mûr-de-Bretagne, the Muro di Ca ‘del Poggio and the Muro di Grammont will meet in Guerlédan for the passage of the Grande Boucle. On Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 January, Celeste Granziera from Felipe will celebrate his 30-year career as international race commissioner in Belgium at the cyclocross World Championships.
Three walls and the history of great cycling. The second stage of the 2021 edition of the Tour de France will end at the top of the Mûr-de-Bretagne.
The big day will be Sunday 27 June and, for the occasion, the city of Guerlédan, under whose jurisdiction the Mûr-de-Bretagne falls, has invited representatives of the territories in which the Wall is located to watch the passage of the Grande Boucle. of Ca ‘del Poggio and the Grammont Wall.
The walls of France, Italy and Belgium have been twinned for some seasons in the name of great cycling which, thanks above all to the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France, but also to the classic Tour of Flanders, never misses an opportunity to enhance the three spectacular climbs , always highly anticipated by enthusiasts as well as by the riders themselves.
The partnership between the Mûr-de-Bretagne, the Wall of Ca ‘del Poggio and the Wall of Grammont was also born with a view to seizing every opportunity to enhance the respective territories. The meeting at the end of June, to which the municipal administration of San Pietro di Feletto, led by the mayor Maria Assunta Rizzo, has already guaranteed the presence, will thus be an opportunity to strengthen the friendship between the three territories and to evaluate new promotional initiatives.
Among the architects of the twinning between the Mûr-de-Bretagne, the Muro di Ca ‘del Poggio and the Muro di Grammont there is also Celeste Granziera, resident in Rua di San Pietro di Feletto and well known in the cycling world for role of international race commissioner that he has held since 1991.
Celeste, in these days, is leaving for Belgium, where on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 January he will be involved in the jury of the cyclocross World Championships that will take place in Ostend. The best way to celebrate 30 years of international career.