Published on 06 Dec 2011 by Toni M.
We’ve already mentioned that Valentino Rossi is having his own motocross track and flat track oval, dubbed the Biscia Ranch (snake), built near Tavullia, while the place isn’t completely finished, he’s already having friends over to test the track out and hang out.
Last Friday saw multi-MX world champion Tony Cairoli - who now has his 2012 clothing line made by VR/46 - at Rossi’s ranch to “teach us how to ride a Motocross bike!great emotion to see him drive at the Ranch” and us included Andrea Iannone, Mattia Pasini and Rossi later tweeted “Vederlo guidare una vera goduria,eleganza impeccabile e facilità disarmante!ho provato a fargli una foto,ma era troppo in alto!” - translated - Watching him ride is pure pleasure, elegant, impeccable and disarmingly easy! I tried to take a photo but he was too high!
And the day after, European flat tracker Marco Belli - who also helped develop Graziano Rossi’s (that’s ‘Grazia’ in pic #4) and Paolo Chiaia’s Zaeta 530 - was out on the oval and apparently approved of the size of the track.