Cycling in Italy: from the Alps to Sicily and Tuscany to Bassano
del Grappa there is a cycling trip for every diet.
Italy has to be the worlds cycling tour capital. It has such
a range of possibilities. If your agenda is to challenge your
bike and your body, it has some of the highest and most challenging
biking climbs in the world.
If you are not tempted with the strenuous then maybe your interest
lies in a bicycle tour of Italy that will leave you with not only
an active physical holiday but a mental one as well with culinary
or language classes along the way.
For those that like to be more independent there are quite a
number of tour operators that offer self guided bicycle tours,
but I'd check out a number of the full package cycling tours before
hand to guide you to the hot spots essential to include in your
If your cycling in Italy, Tuscany has to be one of the all time
favorites with rolling hills, vineyards, wonderful hill top towns
and ancient architecture to fill your mind, if not your need for
fine wine. What's not to like about a Tuscany Bike Tour?
And if money is no object try Ciclismo Classico: a premier Italian
Bicycle Tour Operator, that will design a custom bike tour around
Note that on this site I have also included some basic information
on Boxing Your Bicycle: A basic list of "ToDos" if you
are considering shipping your bicycle on the airplane with you
so you can enjoy the comforts and familiarity of your own bike
on your Italian Cycling Tour.
Sicily or the Lake District? Where to Cycle in Italy?
Educational or Culinary?
Self Guided Tours Italian Cycling Tours
Ciclismo Classico Tours of Italy
Bicycle Tours in Tuscany