Author: Brigitte Pirot

A Sunday ride out to a motorcycle festival in a medieval village on top of a hill

Sunday ride-outs in Italy

Every year between April and October, we put some serious kilometres on our odometers with our customers, taking them far and wide in our beautiful country, helping them to discover the best of Italy, from the best roads, to the best sceneries.  When we’re not taking them on their dream holidays, what do we do? Well, we ride. Either scouting…

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A group of bikers in the Dolomites, taking a break by a lake on our motorcycle tour of the Dolomites in the Alps

Best time of year for riding in the Alps

The Italian Alps are on the wish list of most bikers, for their challenging hairpins, like the Stelvio or Gavia, their breath-taking panoramic views and for most, a complete change of scenery!  You won’t find everywhere in Europe 1200 km of mountains, covering no less than 207,000 square kilometres, at a height of 4800 m!  It’s enough to test the…

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A restaurant by the sea offering top class service, best way to spend a rest day on our motorcycle tour in Italy

Rest days – our philosophy

Italy on Motorbike was created with a deep passion to offer our guests a taste of the real Italy on 2 wheels. We aim to offer you the best and carefree holiday, so that you can have that all important rest, away from everything, whilst enjoying everything that Italy has to offer; from great roads, ancient cultures, architectural wonders, amazing…

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Italy Top 10 Stereotypes

Top 10 Italian stereotypes

True or false? Every nation has its own stereotypes:  the French eat frogs, the English have a stiff upper lip, the Americans only eat burgers (funny how it seems centered a lot around food!). The Italians have of course not escaped this. Like anything, there’s a lot of truth in them, however a lot of them just aren’t true. Here…

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Maximum riding pleasure roadtrip best riding roads touring in italy riding with a local

All roads lead to Rome

The complexity of touring in Italy   Touring in Italy isn’t as simple as it sounds.  Mostly because planning your roadtrip without a knowledge of the local roads, doesn’t guarantee you will get the best riding roads.  For maximum riding pleasure, there’s no better way than riding with a local, who has spent years exploring all the roads.  This means…

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How long is a kilometre?

In Italy, the kilometers are longer!   We often hear: “but the kilometers are longer here, I often do 300/400 km, sometimes even 600 a day, but in Italy it’s impossible”.  It’s true: the kilometers in Italy are longer, or at least ours are! Because we, like all Italian motorcyclists, choose the routes according to how many bends they have.…

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Sardinia, the undiscovered paradise

Sardinia is a beautiful island, 300 km long and 240 km wide, located in the west of Italy, reachable by ferry from France, Spain and of course Italy, whch offers the best bike roads around.  It truely is a biker’s paradise! The most ancient island in the Mediterranean offers historic remains of Nuraghic, Roman, Phoenician and Carthaginian civilisations, as well…

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