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    Campagnolo, Sarto and David Millar confirmed for Rouleur Classic

    Vicenza's finest and bespoke manufacturer of carbon race frames to exhibit at Vinopolis this November; Grand Tour stage winner to lead pro ride

Cyclist, black outfit, riding uphill, sports car following, David Millar, Maserati

Campagnolo and Sarto have become the latest manufacturers to announce their participation in the inaugural Rouleur Classic show, to be held from November 19 to November 21, 2015, at Vinopolis, central London.

The Italian marques join a growing list of respected exhibitors, including Assos, Cannondale, Canyon, Giro, Eddy Merckx and more.

Rouleur’s first live show will be an intimately curated experience shared with a selection of hand-picked exhibitors and luminaries from professional cycling’s top-tier, including David Millar.

Guests who sign-up for the Maserati ProRide experience will ride with Millar from the exclusive Foxhills Hotel and Resort in Surrey on Tuesday September 15, and re-join the Scot, a stage winner in each of cycling’s three Grand Tours, at the Rouleur Classic’s Prologue evening on Thursday November 19.

The ProRide experience also includes the opportunity to test drive the latest Maserati models on the private, 2.25-mile track at Longcross Proving Ground.

The Prologue evening, which will feature the inaugural live presentation of the Rouleur Awards, opens the show on Thursday November 19, 2015.

The second and third days will be divided into an afternoon matinee session, to run from 1.30pm to 5.30pm, and an evening session, which will begin at 6.30pm and run until 10.30pm.

Intimate Q&As with luminaries from cycling’s elite WorldTour will be held in the Rouleur Classic Theatre, and guests can enjoy consultations with some of the most respected brands in road cycling in the elegant surroundings of the Maserati Lounge.

Vinopolis is an atmospheric venue, close to London Bridge station and the City of London. Tickets are on sale now, and start at £50.

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