A native of Piedmont and raised in the city of Turin, Nicolò Dionisio began his journey on the bike at an early age. He would often ride with his father, exploring the countryside in the Turin area. After his experiences with BMX in the early 90s, he started riding mountain bikes and participating in races. From these races, he discovered road bikes and later developed a real passion for them. Today, he rides more than 4,000 miles every year and sometimes does the Randonnèe in France and the Gran Fondo in Italy.
He majored in Architectural Design at university and has lived in other European cities, such as Lisbon, Portugal; Sevilla, Spain; and St. Tropez, France. He also lived a short while in Los Angeles. When not guiding bike tours, he works in the architectural design, home automation, web marketing and graphic design markets. He likes to discover new stories related to the world of cycling, food and culture, and enjoys sharing his experiences through his blog, Streetly Personal.
In His Own Words
“While pedaling, I can listen to the world around me and better myself. Riding gives me the opportunity to meet new people and learn their stories, travel and live passionately. It also allows me to see the world from different perspectives and challenge myself. I know that every time I get on the saddle, I’ll get that childlike feeling, dreaming of the next unique and unforgettable journey.”
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