Road cycling holidays in Italy
On the legendary roads of the Giro d'Italia and the Maratona dles Dolomites
South Tyrol and Alta Badia are already well-known to road bicycle racers in Italy and abroad. Giro d'Italia, Maratona dles Dolomites or Transalp are the names that spring to mind. The hairpin bends and high Dolomite passes provide ideal training conditions for road racers and guarantee pure riding fun.
Uphill with a smile on your face! Cycling in the Dolomites is pure fun and ensures a uniquely positive outlook on life.
Discover the Alta Badia road bike collection Discover the Alta Badia road bike collection Are you an enthusiastic road cyclist and a fan of Alta Badia? Then the technical, highly functional and at the same time elegant Alta Badia cycling clothing by Castelli Cycling is meant for you. Read more ... Join our bike events!
Dolomites Bike Day Dolomites Bike Day Exploring the Dolomites by bike is every cyclist’s dream: on Dolomites Bike Day you can enjoy riding three classic passes in a special event with no cars! Read more ... Sunday, 24.06.2023
Sellaronda Bike Day Sellaronda Bike Day A day for everyone who loves cycling in the Dolomites, when the roads around the Sella Massif will be closed to motorised traffic and reserved for bikes. Read more ... Saturday, 10.06. & 16.09.2023
Maratona dles Dolomites - Enel Maratona dles Dolomites - Enel The Dolomites’ famous mass-participation road bike marathon, which starts and finishes in Alta Badia, attracts riders from around the world! Read more ... Sunday, 02.07.2023
Road bike tours in the Dolomites Road bike tours in the Dolomites Legendary climbs and adrenaline-fueled descents, pedalling through sceneries that, in every season, know how to surprise. Discover some of the finest road bike tours in the Dolomites and in South Tyrol. Read more ...
Road cycling etiquette Road cycling etiquette With a few general rules, you will ride safely and stress- while enjoying the Dolomite roads and landscapes, and you will also contribute to a better relationship and mutual consideration between cyclists and drivers. Read more ...