Turin, a city passionate about sport. The main interests of Turin people are captured by the second most popular sport par excellence, cycling and soccer. Roc Bike Tours organizes a walking tour suitable for any type of bike through bike paths and wonderful green parks to visit the four main stages that since 1900 have hosted major sporting events held in the city. In little more than 20 km of cycling will appreciate all the historical Italian architecture passing by Liberty style of Motovelodromo and Philadelphia, to today restored Olympic Stadium to futuristic modernity of the new Juventus Stadium.
- Motovelodromo: built in the 20's (art nouveau) hosted sports events of football, athletics and cycling. Bombardato during the Second World War, the stadium was rebuilt in 1947 according to the original project with the same materials. Adjacent to the stadium, the monument dedicated to football great Fausto Coppi. The Motovelodromo today is dedicated to the practice of track cycling.
- Juventus Stadium: The new home of Juventus, opened in 2011 is one of the architectural symbols of contemporary Turin, as well as one of the major poles of attraction turistics. Lo stadium has a capacity of 41,000 seats it was built on the site of the "old" Delle Alpi stadium that was built for the 1990 Football world Inside the stadium there are the Juventus museum and the Adidas store.
- Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino: Built in 1933 classic example of Italian Rationalism was used mostly for football until 1990, the year when Torino & nbsp; and Juventus migrated at the Delle Alpi stadium inaugurated for Italy '90 . In 2006 on the occasion of the Torino 2006 Winter Games, the stadium was completely restored, newly built the surrounding area and adjacent to the gardens Piazza D'weapons, restored the Tower Marathon, again PalaAlpitour. In 2016 it was named the Champion of the Grande Torino tragically disappeared at Superga in 1949.
- Philadelphia Stadium: The commonly known as Campo Torino Stadium Filedelfia was one stadium in Turin, known to history as the scene of the legendary deeds of the Grande Torino, now completely demolished and undergoing a total reconstruction. The stadium was opened in 1926 had hailstorms concrete and a wooden grandstand in Art Nouveau style.
In 2018 will again be returned to the city when the works were completed will be the venue of the training and matches the youth ranks at Torino FC.