Finally the days are getting longer, the roads dry and the trees are green. The road bike season has started. In this collection you will find four tours and suitable hotels in South Tyrol for sunny tours and an extra portion of Dolce Vita. What are you waiting for?
You can reach South Tyrol easily by train, bus or with your own car and minimize your ecological footprint. South Tyrol is made for road cyclists. On the saddle of your road bike you can experience the unique cultural and natural landscape on the sunny side of the Alps — pure enjoyment without getting on a plane.
The BikeHotels South Tyrol are the ideal base camp for your racing bike week. Your bike is safely parked in the well-kept bike garage, your hosts can give you detailed information about the tours and you eat and drink the finest food and drinks. This collection — put together by the locals of the BikeHotels South Tyrol — should serve you as a source of inspiration for brilliant rides on your beloved road bike.
In the spring, nature wakes up and everything blossoms in new splendor. And we cyclists are slowly gaining momentum. After a cozy winter there is nothing better than to finally turn again with pleasant temperatures and sunshine on the road bike. But it is important to take it easy.
Boris, the bike-loving…
This tour is just right to get going again in the spring! After the first quiet exits, it is time to increase the load slowly. On this lap, which starts at the Design Hotel Tyrol, a few climbs are waiting for you without overdoing it - 970 vertical meters on 64 kilometers bring the calves back to operating…
Get recommendations on the best single tracks, peaks, & plenty of other exciting outdoor places.
Nico Mausch is one of those cyclists who seemingly never get enough. Nico is known in the ultra-cycling scene as a colorful dog and for him a bike ride easily takes 500 kilometers and more. But do not worry, this tour is not about emulating Nico. It may well be that you meet the extreme cyclist here…
Lukas, host of the BikeHotel Terzer, knows: every racing cyclist knows the Mendel Pass. As a local and as a passionate cyclist but he has of course a variant in Petto, which is anything but standard: On this tour you leave the Gampenpass left and instead drive through the Nonstal. The result is a wonderfully…
Road Cycling Collection by Sofiane Sehili
Road Cycling Collection by Mark Beaumont
Mountain Biking Collection by Martin Donat
Mountain Biking Collection by Katherine Moore