With the SS67 Muraglione in your rearview mirror and a thirst for adventure on your mind, give your bike a boost of gas and you’ll reach Londa and its relaxing, small lake. Once you’re here, you can enjoy fairs and country festivals, such as the Feast of September. During this festival, they give out the “Pesca d’Argento,” or “Silver Peach” prize, awarded to the best fruit producer. Shortly afterward, a fireworks show takes place. In the Palio della Brocca (held during the first two weeks of July), Londa and several of its small fractions compete to win a ceramic jug full of delicious, high quality wine.
The imaginary starting line has a view of the lake. Once the road narrows, the precious teachings of the GSSS instructors come to mind: move smoothly, don’t rush; drive safely and have fun while remaining cautious. Right at the beginning, the SS556 has well-linked stretches and semicurves. Although it runs through the valley of the Rincine river, the asphalt is well-exposed to the sun, which will give you a good grip and confidence. A little further on, you’ll see a sign that gives the "green light" for the crossing. Here, to the right you’ll see a two-sided “welcome bend,” pointing in the direction of Arezzo; then, on the left, the junction for Rincine introduces the village and parish church of St. Helena.