Martini Invites U.S. Bartenders to Cycling Weekend in Italy

45 bartenders from  last year’s event, who set off from Milano Duomo to cycle 200 km to Torino.

Marking its 50th Year in 2018, Martini Vermouth is bringing industry colleagues who celebrate and serve the brand in their on-premise businesses to Italy for Martini Racing Ciclismo, a bespoke program to promote health and wellbeing in their industry through cycling. Invited bartenders also to take part in La Classicarace weekend 15th-18th September in Italy, the spiritual home of Martini and host to some of the world’s most iconic classic cycling races.

“The 2017 Milano Torino cycle ride was an incredible success; we have had so much positive feedback from the 45 bartenders who took part that we just knew we had to build something much bigger that celebrates the degree to which cycling is part of the DNA of Martini,” says Roberta Mariani, Martini Global Ambassador.

‘We are incredibly excited to now announce ‘Martini Racing Ciclismo’ as a dynamic new component of MARTINI RACING; an entire platform that not only supports bartenders in embracing a healthy lifestyle by challenging them physically, but also brings them together to celebrate their community, build bonds and support one another. I can’t wait to begin training and get back out on the roads cycling – and am already counting down the days to La Classica in September!”

Forty-five individuals from the European, US and Eastern European drinks industry will be invited to undertake a summer training program in preparation for La Classica cycle ride. Martini will support this by providing equipment, clothing and expertise.

For information on how to put your name forward you must (a) be a bartender, and (b) click here.

 

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Natasha Swords
Natasha Swords

Natasha Swords is an accomplished editor and writer with 20+ years of creative composition, reporting and management. She hails from Dublin Ireland where she held the position of Editor at Jemma Publications. Natasha honed her editorial skills by delivering engaging content on a wide range of topics, before finally focusing on the alcohol beverage and cannabis industries. She is Editor-in-Chief at Bonfort’s Wine and Spirits Journal as well as Drink me Magazine, where she leads all editorial content from story-idea generation to commissioning freelance writers and photographers. She also heads up CannEpoch, a lifestyle publication for the newly cannabis curious. In 2018, Natasha launched Bonfort’s Wine and Spirits Journal from inception, as well as the Bonfort’s Lifetime Achievement Award, a top-tier industry event connecting leading brands with key buyers. Steeped in the alcohol industry media, she was previously editor of Off-License Magazine, California Beverage News and Patterson’s California Beverage Journal (now Tasting Panel Magazine), and ran corporate communications for a number of alcohol supplier companies including TGIC (now Guarachi Wine Partners) and distributor, TITAN Wine and Spirits.

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