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Martin Donat

Goodbye, Bormio — iconic passes around Bormio

Goodbye, Bormio — iconic passes around Bormio

12.4 mi
7.6 mph
2,425 ft
2,400 ft
Intermediate road ride. Good fitness required. Mostly well-paved surfaces and easy to ride.

Tour Overview


Road Cycling Highlight

6.34 mi

Bormio 2000

Road Cycling Highlight

11.7 mi

Pizzeria Eira

Road Cycling Highlight

12.4 mi


Road Cycling Highlight



Tour Profile


Street: 1.24 mi
Road: 11.2 mi


Cobblestones: < 109 yd
Paved: 12.3 mi
Asphalt: 151 yd

Weather Forecast


planned a road ride.

April 14, 2022


  • Actually, you should be on your way home by now. But you don't want to yet. The mountains, the passes, the Italian small town idyll. A little ride on the bike, that still has to be in it. Okay, here you get it: my little farewell tour.


    The mountain is short and crisp and it starts right in town without

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