Have you always been dreaming of a cycling holiday but you think you can’t make it, you’re not trained enough?
E-bike, the electric bicycle, is mad for you! You can enjoy adventures and incredible views without too much effort.
E-Bike cycling holidays in Italy?
Using an E-bike allows you to increase the fun during your bike tours, allowing you not only to go much further with less effort but with the same time; it also allows you to keep up with those who are more trained, spending pleasant days on two wheels with friends or the whole family thinking only about fun.
The electric bikes use batteries with rechargeable lithium-ion cells. The autonomy is obviously variable with respect to the type of battery and the mode of use, i.e. according to the intensity used. It is therefore an extremely variable figure, which roughly ranges from 30 to 90 kilometres for the batteries currently in circulation.
You’re the one who chooses how fast you go. If you do not pedal, you will stay still.
You can cycle even when the battery is finished. It will be a bit more tiring, but you’ll make it! You will still receive information about any charging points available on the route.
TOP E-Bike tours in Italy
Piedmont is a true paradise for gourmets. Prestigious red wines, delicious chocolate and sweet landscapes on the hills covered with vineyards; far away, the magnificent circle of the Alps. Piedmont is elegance and style.do not miss the pleasure of a delicious dinner with unforgettable dishes, and noble Langhe wines such as Barolo or Barbaresco. Walking through the hills of Roero and Monferrato Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato are UNESCO world heritage!
Lake Garda is an ideal place for gourmets and wine lovers, in fact in the fish of the lake, in the wine, in the extra virgin olive oil and in the citrus fruits we rediscover the flavors of the Mediterranean, in the cold cuts, cheeses, honey, truffles and game we find the definite taste of the Alps.
The cycling tour from St. Moritz to Milano is a varied tour. It starts with Bernina Express (red) train, then from Tirano it follows the cycling path “Sentiero Valtellina” to Como Lake, where you take the boat to cross it and follow the cycle path up to Milano.
Among coastal nature reserves, Greek Temples and picturesque seafarer villages of Arabic origins This cycling tour will skirt the fabulous Tyrrhenian coastline of western Sicily for the most part, but it will also allow you to ride inland through a countryside boasting olive trees, vineyards and history in abundance. trekking along the hilly footpaths of Riserva naturale dello Zingaro.
AIDA is music, a dream, a movement that accompanies you for 900 km from Moncenisio to Trieste; from France to Istria. Aida is a project FIAB Onlus, part of the Bicitalia network, to connect the cities of northern Italy using 50% of the routes already completed: Turin, Milan, Verona, Venice, Trieste, a 900 km route useful not only for cyclists but also for cycling workers. We decided to adopt not only a 1 km but all Aida! We believe in this project and in the enhancement of the territory, that’s why we have become GOLD SUPPORTER of this initiative (AIDA).
From the north east of the Dolomites (Unesco Heritage) the bike path takes you through the Pustertal Valley to Brunico and then on to the bishop’s town of Bressanone. From here you cycle to the capital town of South Tyrol, Bolzano, to visit the oldest Tyrolean, the Ice Man. After a short visit to the spa town of Merano with its Mediterranean flair you cycle along the side of the River Etsch through orchards and fields to Lake Garda, the most popular lake in Italy.