In honor of Rome’s 2,762nd birthday, the city has put on a number of historical celebrations, including this modern-day chariot race at Circus Maximus.
Instead of live horses and full-sized spiked chariots, this Circus Maximus chariot race used specially-rigged bikes made to look like horses that pulled two-wheeled chariots around the historic loop.
If you feel confident about your Italian language skills (or have a favorite online translator to use), check out the link below for some other Rome birthday festivities.
Modern-Day Chariot Races
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