It is the biggest bike area of Italy, it runs from the Brenta Dolomites Unesco World Heritage, and from the Adamello-Presanella glaciers, to the Garda lake. The Bikeland crosses five areas of Trentino region: from Tonale and Pejo to the Val di Sole, from the well-know Madonna di Campiglio to Tione and Comano Terme up to Riva del Garda. And it has stuggering numbers: more than 80 km of land, 4.000 m of descent drop, 40 cross-country and marathon tours, 1.000 km of mountain biking, 3 cycle lanes for more than 100 km, 3 thrilling bike parks, 13 enduro all-mountain trails, 13 downhill trails. And again, 3 Grandi Salite (Big Climbs) of Giro d’Italia, 1 bike pass. The must have? Two-wheels and a great desire to have fun.
Paved and unsurfaced roads and old cart paths crisscross all of Bikeland and are ideal for two-wheeled fun, with a variety of routes to suit every cyclist’s needs.
1.000 km for mountain biking, which wind along the valley to Madonna di Campiglio, such as the Ritorto route, Vallesinella, the trail to Rifugio Bedole in Val Genova or the one that takes to the lakes of Cornisello.
Dolomiti di Brenta Bike, Trentino’s wonderful mountain bike tour through the western Dolomites, can be done in multiple stages over the course of several days. It is a mountain bike circuit around the Brenta Group for serious mountain bikers and adventurers: 171km (106mi) with 7,700m (more than 25,250ft) of total climbing.
For families and less strenuous trips in general, the best itinerary is the over 100 km of bike paths that runs across Val Rendena Val di Sole, Pejo and Tonale crossing the entire Bikeland without a great deal of climbing.