Cisa Pass – SS 62
The route crosses an Apennine mountain pass 1041 m high s.l.m. which is located between Parma and Massa Carrara. Its source of strength lies in the geomorphological characteristic: the pass, indeed, crosses the Tuscan-Emilian and Ligurian Apennines, delivering a stunning scenery and curves at will. This road is very busy and for this reason it’s best to always keep some extra attention which will make you play with the accelerator of your bike, making your trip much more interesting.
Chiantigiana – SS 222
Well known road which starts from the district Ripoli in Florence up to Siena. Therefore it begins from a village on the banks of River Arno and then passes between the beautiful hills of Chianti, crossing through many local places such as Ponte a Ema and Greve in Chianti. This route allows you to discover the beautiful landscapes of the typical Tuscan countryside and stop and enjoy a sip of wine in the characteristic food and wine shops of the area. A gourmet motorcycle tour that is definitely worth doing at least once in a life time!
Stelvio Pass – SS 38
It is known to most of the Italian riders, and not only, because it is the highest automobile pass in Italy, a perfect location to organize a motorbike trip. The Pass, which is exactly characterized for its crossing of the Alps, gives an added value to the path, as to be able to touch the very essence of nature at its most aesthetic beauty, along all curved roads. Thus briefly, starting from Bormio (SO) up to reaching the Stelvio Pass (SO), you can ride 22 kilometers of pleasure.
From Tempio Pausania to Oschini (Sassari) – SS 392
We move now to Sardinia, the Island is an excellent tourist destination and the perfect place to live with your bike. The route affects the northern part of the Island, while getting close to the lively summer, but well away from the row. In 32 km it’ll be very difficult to find someone who may stop you and your trip will be warm and full of fun.
From Sapri (SA) to Lagonegro (PZ) – SS 104
Our top 5 finishes with an inland route in the center-southern part of Italy. It starts from the province of Salerno and crosses Campania until getting to the Basilicata region, more precisely at Logonegro. A perfect route if you want to take a day off devoting it to yourself and your bike, but above all to nature, to the unspoiled landscapes and the beauty of the woods that rule it.