St. Gotthard Pass
The Vintage Road. Most of the St. Gotthard Pass is paved with granite cobbles, smaller cobbles than Flanders but cobbles none the less. Ok going up but not so much fun going down, but with the advantage of clearing the motorcycles that plague these roads. With a new road bypassing the original road entirely, this is like climbing a piece of history.
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