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Regions and itineraries

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The majestic lands of the noble Savoy family
Bike the foothills of the Alps
Enjoy the biking along farms and orchards: apples, pears, peaches, and kiwi.
Discover the extensive Nebbiolo vineyards and experience the King of Wines: Barolo
Savor the best truffles in the world
Visit several palaces and hunting lodges of the Savoy Family
Explore charming villages nestled among vineyards and hazelnut groves
Flavors of Piedmont: Truffles, hazelnuts, cheese stuffed pasta, and grissini bread sticks

Emilia Romagna

Bike Italy’s bread basket; birthplace of balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, and parmesan
Enjoy daily tastings of Italy’s most important foods
Explore the rolling landscapes painted with a hundred different shades of green
Visit charming villages, the settings of several Shakespeare plays
This is the land of fast cars: Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati 
Discover Bologna by foot as you walk the colorful porticos and plazas
Flavors of Emilia Romagna: Balsamic vinegar, Lambrusco wine, parmesan cheese, and prosciutto ham

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Ride the Renaissance of Italy: The ideal. The artistic. The picturesque.

Bike rolling green hills framed with iconic Cyprus trees.

Discover Medieval villages perched on hilltops.

Explore the quiet pockets of Tuscany, full of delightful surprises.

Savor Italy’s most popular wine country: Brunello, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, and Chianti

Spring cyclists are bestowed with wildflowers, while early summer cyclists enjoy fields of Tuscan sunflowers, and fall cyclists are surrounded by the harvest.

Flavors of Tuscany: honey, wild boar, bread soup, and slow-cooked cannellini beans


Cycle the emerald green heart of Italy full of natural beauty and humble character
Explore the shores of Lake Trasimeno and see the wonderful birds that call it home
Discover the soulful side: the home of Saint Francis, Saint Clare, and Saint Benedict
Bike the ancient olive groves and taste the prized oil of this region
Visit the medieval villages of Umbria that take you back in time 
See the lovely frescos hidden in churches large and small
Flavors of Umbria: Olive oil, heirloom grains, artisan cheeses, wild boar

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Enjoy the gentle biking of Puglia painted with unique villages
Discover the trulli villages of central Puglia – round houses with cone-shaped rooves.
Explore the sassi of Matera, centuries-old dwellings carved in the rock cliffs
Visit the Baroque town of Lecce, beautiful and vibrant
Stay in the two white towns of Otranto and Ostuni perched above the sea
Relax at the popular beaches along the bike route
Flavors of Puglia: Olive oil, peasant bread, seafood, and chickpeas


Cycle the gateway of the Mediterranean: A mix of many cultures blended beautifully into one.
Discover Sicily’s spectacular beaches and quaint fishing villages
Explore the land shadowed by Mt Etna, the tallest volcano of Europe.
Touch ancient civilizations Greek temples, Roman amphitheaters, and Arabic palaces.
Bike Sicily’s Baroque villages in southeastern Sicily
Taste the award-winning wines of Sicily
Flavors of Sicily: Fresh seafood, saffron, couscous, marzipan, and citrus

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