Bikers are observant in the Dolomites
Motorcyclists keep the speed limit to not endanger themselves or others, honor the sensitive nature, that does not need loud engine roaring, and they respect other road users like cyclists or pedestrians.
Bikers in the Dolomites are relaxed
Who rides slowly sees more. Motorcyclists experience the panorama and nature very closely. It is not the velocity that fascinates and releases tension, but what you discover left and right on the South Tyrolean alpine roads and passes.
Bikers give life more time
Who takes a break does not loose time, but gains various precious moments. A spot in the sun with view of the surrounding mountains of the Dolomites, being leaned against a cypress while marveling at the Mediterranean landscape, and the pleasant anticipation of South Tyrolean bacon or delicious spaghetti al dente. Need a break? Time may as well stand still right now.
Bikers go for curves
What is so appealing about motorcycling in South Tyrol? The challenging passes, the calm panorama routes, the constant change of landscape in the Dolomites and the turns. You will find more than a thousand of them. And no one resembles the other. It would be a shame if you, while leaning into the curve, don’t savor every inch of it.
Bikers are weather experts
Concerning the weather, motorcyclists are not spontaneous but well prepared. Our webpage provides you with information need about that. Usually, you ride on one of the of the 300 sun days we have here, you take an appropriate amount of breaks and when it is hot, you make sure you supply your body with sufficient liquids. But also the rare rain has its sunny side, when it is not falling down on your helmet, but on the roof of the cozy guesthouse.
Bikers drink a lot
Who spends the whole day with heart and brawn savoring every turn in the Dolomites needs fuel: hard liquor for the bike, and crystal clear spring water for the biker. And after you got back to the hotel you should definitely try one of South Tyrol’s highly-awarded white and red wines.
Bikers are well dressed
“Clothes make the man” is a well-known proverb. Accordingly motorcyclists are dressed appropriately. Leather garment, boots and protectors are not only more protective but also more comfortable on the alpine passes than shorts, t-shirt or flip-flops.