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Dolomites Bike Day

Explore some of the most suggestive pass roads cycling in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage

Saturday, 22.06.2024


The Dolomites Bike Day is among the most important cycling events in the Dolomites.


For the Dolomites Bike Day 3 mountain passes, which have written the cycling history, embedded in the middle of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage, will be reserved for cyclists.

Bike enthusiasts will have the possibility to cycle on the legendary mountain passes Falzarego, Valparola and Campolongo without worrying about traffic.

From 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. the roads linking the Ladin valleys Val Badia, Arabba/Livinallongo and Ampezzo will be closed to motorized traffic and reserved for cyclists. A total of 51 km of riding emotions on the pass roads that have made the history of great cycling.

During the Dolomites Bike Day, a non-competitive cycling event with free access to all bike enthusiasts, many roads and mountain passes between Alta Badia, Veneto and Trentino will be animated by racing bikes, mountain bikes, e-bikes, and even bicycles with baby carriage following the footsteps of the Giro d’Italia and the Maratona dles Dolomites – Enel.

The route

Klick to see the details of the route with GPX data

The circular route, amidst fascinating natural landscapes, leads through some of the most attractive roads and well-known Dolomite passes in South Tyrol and Veneto. Starting from Alta Badia you cycle to Corvara and up to the Campolongo pass where you ride down to Arabba and Livinallongo. Here you climb the Falzarego pass and the Valparola pass - one of the most fascinating sceneries in the Alps - from where you reach again Alta Badia by cycling downwards to San Cassiano. From San Cassiano you ride to your starting point.
The route has a total difference in altitude of 1.370 meters.

It is recommended to ride the selected route counterclockwise and to keep the right side of the road.

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