Do you consider yourself a good rider ?
Do you consider yourself a good rider ? This is a good way to prove it: the best of the Alps in 8 days and over 20 passes. Go from Italy to France into Switzerland back to Italy then to Austria, enjoying the good cuisine, nice hotels and great landscapes: this could be the “perfect motorcycle holiday”!
Starting from Milan we will ride through Piemonte to the French Alps to climb the Lombarda Pass (2350 mtrs), crossing into France then the Col de la Bonnette (2715 mtrs), wild and dry, then the Monginevro Pass and the Iseran in one breath, then the highest tarred pass in Europe, The Iseran, 2770 mtrs, proceeding east we will get to italy again with the Gran San Bernardo and the Piccolo San Bernardo, then into Switzerland and the Novena Pass (2478 mtrs), then to the fantastic loop of the Furkapass (2431 mtrs), the Grimsel (2165 mtrs) and Susten (2274 mtrs) all in one breath.
Then an overnight on the Stelvio Pass at 2758 with 48 hairpins, the Gavia pass, very little known but tight and beautiful, Rombo pass (2491 mtrs), Giovio (2094 mtrs) entering the Dolomites area, part of the Alps, called this way for the typical rocks forming these wonderful pink mountains. The Pordoi (2239 mtrs), Campolongo, the Sella (2240 mtrs) are the passes we will be looking for before riding back to Milan to drop off the motorcycles at the end of an incredible week over the Alps.
Do you consider yourself a good rider ? You do not need to be particularly fit as long as you have some experience on twisty roads, our tour leader will give you some suggestions on how to ride on harpins, swipers, tight curves, you will get back to your country with more experience and permanent memories in your mind!!
And… may be some extra weight for the good food and wine !!!
Day 1 – Friday – Milan, Italy
Arrival and meeting in Milan, motorcycle paper work, briefing and welcome dinner, overnight in Milan.
Day 2 – Saturday – Milan – Isola 2000 (France) – 290 kms
From Milan to Alba then Cuneo with a bit of autostrada to speed up the timing on the first day to ride the first pass, the Lombarda with good light, after the pass a few kms to our hotel in Isola 2000, France.
Day 3 – Sunday – Isola – Val d’Isere – 350 kms
Long fantastic days of twisties on the French Alps, up and down like on a rollercoaster over the two main passes, La Bonnette and the Iseran, sleep in Val d’Isere after a cross into italy again.
Day 4 – Monday – Val d’Isere – Ulrichen (Switzerland) – km 280
Another great day crossing from France to Switzerland following the valley of the Rhone, great day for pictures, sleep in Ulrichen.
Day 5 – Tuesday – Ulrichen – Loop of the Grimsel, Furka and Susten Passes – 140 kms
Easy relaxing day with the tipical Swiss look of the three famous passes, wonderful landscapes and memories, back to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 6 – Wednesday – Ulrichen – Saint Moritz – Livigno (Italy) – 260 kms
Another long full day of intense riding to get to Livigno , the base to ride the Stelvio pass tomorrow, lunch in Saint Moritz along the lake.
Day 7 – Thursday – Stelvio Pass – Bernina Pass – Livigno – 200 kms
Today we ride the Stelvio Pass , the Bernina and will enjoy the wonderful valley of Saint Moritz
Day 8 – Friday – Livigno – Canazei , Dolomiti – 250 kms
From Livigno to Bormio then over the Gavia pass to Ponte di Legno, then Passo del Tonale, then the val di Fiemme to Cavalese and Canazei for overnight.
Day 9 – Saturday – Canazei – Fai della Paganella- Garda Lake – Milan – 340 kms
Last day to Milan along other great back roads with the last 100 kms on the Autostrada do get to Mototouring depot to drop off the bikes, farewell dinner and overnight in Milan.
Day 10 – Sunday – Day of departure
Sad but your holiday is over, hope to see you again on our great roads, with our great food and wines on our bikes!
Dates and Cost
Dates: from Friday the 3rd to Sunday the 12th of July 2020
(Dates are the day of arrival to and departure from Milan, book your flights consequently)
Quote per pilote with a minimum of 8 participants: Euro 2.950
Quote passenger/pilot own bike: Euro 1.950
- 3/4 star hotel accommodation in double room, dinner and breakfast.
- English-speaking guide on a motorcycle.
- Class 2 motorcycle rental ( non in the Passenger/own bike quote)
- International airfare
- Fuel and tolls
- Beverages and tips
- Transfer from/to airport
- Personal travel insurance
Single room supplement: Euro 550
Motorcycle rental upgrades: