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All on track with Musement for the EA7 Emporio Armani Sportour

By 18/01/2019June 4th, 2021No Comments

The first stage of Sportour, organized by RCS Sport and signed EA7 Emporio Armani, is now underway in Bormio and will end in March on the Courmayeur slopes.

Musement is official booking partner of this special winter tour that will involve some of the best known ski resorts in the Alps. Sport, entertainment and entertainment will be the key words of ‘EA7 Emporio Armani Sportiur’ – winter edition, an event organized by RCS Sport in collaboration with La Gazzetta dello Sport and Radio 105. Whether experienced skiers or simply winter sports lovers, all will be able to treat themselves to a special day, immersed in enchanted places, participating in the experiences related to the stages of this unprecedented event – both through the website – and through the official website of the event (

The calendar for this 1st winter edition includes 6 stages between January and March. Following the Bormio date, the tour will touch the localities of Corvara (25th – 27th January), Ponte di Legno (8th – 10th February), Rasun Anterselva, including the town of Valdaora (15th – 17th February), Sestriere (22- 24 February) and then end in Courmayeur (1-3 March). 
The events will take place over the weekend and have been designed and articulated taking into account the characteristics of the host cities. The reference point for each stop will be the ‘Villaggio’, located near the town center or close to the ski resorts.

Among the activities on the calendar: the we glow, the collective downhill at night on the ski slopes;¬†the ski style preskige, the training session for the improvement of the ski technique ‘execution and style’ with performance evaluation.¬†The skiathlon, which combines ski mountaineering, downhill and biathlon shooting;¬†snowshoeing, organized with dedicated instructors;¬†the snowbike, the new frontier for fans of cycling on ice and snow with the possibility to try the fat bikes;¬†the Giro di pista, the unconventional giant descent through 21 doors, all inspired by the stages of the Giro d’Italia 2019.