Dolomites

Beauty is the word that comes to mind when describing this area… Famous for its passes often done by pro-riders on the Giro d’Italia, the Dolomites offer a lot more! This German-speaking part of Italy has its own culture—architecturally, gastronomically, and bike-wise: Some of its most prominent cities are among the most bike-friendly in Italy, and traffic-free bike routes have been superbly built on valley floors making this area an ideal cycling ground for all types of riders—including novice ones.

These north to south bike routes connect the Dolomites with the Veneto and its extraordinary architectural sites. As you will see from our catalog, we make the most of this infrastructure and offer three tours that will let you explore the natural beauty of the Dolomites and the man-made wonders of the Veneto Dolomites Tours

A Cycling Trip to Italy: Choosing the perfect region

Posted on: January 5th, 2017 by Deanna
italy

When you think of Italy, food probably comes to mind first. Pizza, pasta, truffles, wine…it’s hard not to feel hungry! But we can assure you that Italy has even more to offer than gastronomic delights. It’s the home of bygone masters (Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Vivaldi, and Dante, to name a few); the landscape is as Read more…»


Getting to Northeast Italy: the Dolomites & Veneto

Posted on: April 15th, 2016 by Beth O'Meara
Grand Canal Venice

View Larger Map Northeast Italy is a wonderland of show-stopping architecture and diverse landscapes. The lowlands of the Veneto offer a stark contrast to the peaks of the Dolomites, and yet, these features are within such close proximity! On quiet back roads and cycling paths, exploring these regions by bike has never been easier — Read more…»