This is an easy route, suitable for all legs, a combination of cycling and art tourism. We will set off in the direction of the hill of Covignano, towards Santarcangelo. We will stop for a coffee in the town centre, a couple of strides from the bell tower square with a 360° view over the whole area. We will then proceed to Cesenatico, the birthplace of cyclist Marco Pantani. Cycling along the sea, we will reach Rimini; we will then pass over the Roman Tiberius bridge, which was finished in 21 A.D., cycle along the ancient streets and pass under the Roman arch of Augustus that dates back to 27 B.C., the most ancient Roman arch in existence. We will enjoy a short break in the old fishermen’s village of San Giuliano and possibly a snack in one of the many bars and restaurants overlooking the colourful alleyways, and finally we will return to Riccione.