The Bergamo Alps are unknown to most motorcyclists and therefore a white spot on the map.
|per rider in shared/double room (the booking of a double room is only available for a booking of two people. All single travellers are asked to choose the single room surcharge or choose to share a twin room with another tour participant)||€999.00 $1,111.35 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider)||€929.00 $1,033.47 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge – all single travellers need to choose either the single unshared room surcharge or a shared twin room surcharge depending on their preference)||€230.00 $255.87 ?|
|per person option “Shared Twin Room” (If you as a single rider do not want to pay the single room surcharge, then this option may be suitable for you. You will initially be charged the single room surcharge which will subsequently be refunded or removed from the final invoice if a suitable roommate can be found for you.||€230.00 $255.87 ?|
|5 guided tours with a competent tour guide who is familiar with the country|
|6 overnight stays with rich breakfast|
|6 excellent dinners in the hotels (three-course menu or gourmet buffet)|
|Meals, drinks (if not stated separately in services)|
|Travel Cancellation Insurance|
|Total distance: 1500 km|
|Daily stages: 270 to 310 km|
|Tour start: Weiler-Simmerberg (D)|
|Tour end: Weiler-Simmerberg (D)/ 2 hotel changes|
|Baggage transport - No:|
|There is no escort vehicle available for this tour. Each participant transports his luggage independently on the motorcycle.|
|Difficult (SG 3): This tour is only suitable for experienced motorcyclists with appropriate experience and good physical condition. Due to the demanding routing, the bike should be safely controlled in curves, hairpin bends and on narrow mountain roads.|
|Our travel groups are deliberately kept small and limited to 10 motorcycles. The minimum number of participants on this tour is 6.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Little is said about the hinterland of Bergamo and Lombardy, which offers an impressive mountain world stretching as far as Lake Como. Fantastic motorcycle routes on the southern edge of the Alps over fantastic passes, sporty climbs and plenty of altitude metres through a wild landscape make this region a real insider tip.
Streets like in a picture book
Stilfser Joch, Gaviapass, Passo di San Marco, Passo del Vivione, Passo del Mortirolo - their names are known mainly to the friends of the Giro d'Italia, where they are always on the route map. They are legends among cyclists and will continue to be so in the future for each of our participants. With climbs up to 2700 m they are not boring at all and provide pure driving pleasure. Away from tourism, we will be among ourselves here alone as motorcyclists with all the fantastic bends this region has to offer.
Between mountains and lakes
Where there are mountains, there will be valleys with gorges. On the way on the Passo di San Marco we cross the main ridge of the Bergamo Alps and reach the Valle Brembana. Extensive high valleys with small lakes invite you to linger at any time,
No matter if in Valle Camonica, Valle Seriana, Valle di Cassiglio or the high valley Valle di Scalve - on our way we always experience scenic highlights. The winding roads lead us through the gorge of the Fiume Dezzo, where a wild and untouched landscape awaits us.
Spectacular access roads over small and partly steep side roads with numerous serpentines to the over 2700 m high mountain massifs guarantee varied tours with breathtaking views of the glaciated mountains of Valais, Bergell and Bernina down to the Po plain.
The typical Mediterranean climate with its mild temperatures and the landscape characterized by rugged mountains and forests will impress you.
1. day - Arrival day
Individual arrival until 18:00 o'clock
Getting to know each other and presenting the tours
Joint trip to Italy (Hahntennjoch, Inn Valley, Lower Engadine, Bernina Pass)
Passo della Presolana, Passo di San Marco, Passo del Vivione
Passo della Foppa, San Giuseppe, Passo del Mortirolo
Idro Lake, Passo Maniva, Passo Groce Domini
Joint trip to Germany (Gaviapass, Bormio, Stilfser Joch, Reschenpass)
7. day - Departure day