8 Days

Alps and Dolomites, when seen through the eyes of a motorcyclist translate to endless twisty roads with some of the most iconic mountain views in the world. You’ll be travelling through Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and France following parts of the Tour De France and Giro d’Italia routes. You’ll taste Bavarian beer close to the castle that inspired Walt Disney before following the Napoleon Route to reach the Mediterrenaen Sea on the French Riviera to then enter into Italy’s Piemonte wine region. The trip is almost void of any highway stretches, favoring scenic and twisty roads from day one.


Day 1 Milan – Arrival (0 mi/0 km)

Arrival of the participants to Milan or Bergamo Airport and transfer by minibus / taxi to the hotel Briefing with our tour leader.Dinner and overnight stay.

Day 2 Milan – Aosta, Italy (171 mi/273.6 km)

Shuttle transfer to motorcycles pick up and departure. Our first leg of the trip grazes Milan, it’s a stretch that will allow the group to get familiar with the bikes and riding in a group. As we leave Milan behind us we start heading north-west, to the south-west shore of Lake Maggiore where we’ll see the statue of San Carlo, whose construction methods inspired the Statue Of Liberty. A short twisty ride then gets us to Lake Orta and it’s magnificent medieval lake town, this is also where we’ll have lunch. Back on the road we cross a hill section that buffers between the flat land and the Alps to make our way towards Aosta, our stop for dinner and the night.

Day 3 Aosta – Vizille, France (158 mi/252.8 km)

We leave Aosta and it’s castles nestled around it’s valley and start climbing up the Alps, on roads that separate Italy from France in an area know both for Winter Olimpics and Tour de France routes. We climb up and down mountain passes stopping for scenic photo opportunities and for our first lunch in France, before heading to the town and Castle of Vizille, close to Grenoble where we’ll stop for the day.

Day 4 Vizille – Station Montclar, France (120 mi/192 km)

Today we have a small break in the morning to just have a slow start or to visit the Castle and park of Vizielle and also the museum of the French Revolution hosted insite od it’s grounds, then after lunch we start our descent towards the French Riviera and to do so we hit the famous “Route Napoleon”, the road that Napoleon crossed on his return from his exile. It’s a 200 mile long stretch of motorcycle nirvana that follows the countour of the alps as they tailor off to become flat lands. The result is a road that has few equals in the world as far as beauty and sheer riding pleasure. On the way we’ll stop and admire the Chapel of Saint Michel, a unique little chapel built on a small iland yards from the a lakeside, tryly beautiful. We then put some more miles under our belt to arrive to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Day 5 Station Montclar – Cannes, France (158 mi/252.8 km)

We wake up in the mountains and soon get back on Route Napoleon to continue getting closer to the French Riviera. Views, corners, riding pleasure… Rinse and repeat! On our way to Cannes we’ll take a detour and visit che Gorges Du Verdon, a river canyon that offers breathtaking scenery and a great loop that allows us to see all of it and be entering Cannes just at about the right time to relax a little before stopping for the day.

Day 6 Cannes – Isola d’Asti, Italy (168 mi/268.8 km)

We leave Cannes and follow the coastline of the French Riviera to ride through Antibes and Nice before we start climbing back on the Alps to re-enter Italy. In doing so, we follow the bottom of the Roya valley, another gorgeous piece of road carved by a river with it’s scenic vertical stone walls and views. We then cross the Tenda pass and enter Piemonte, the Italian region that Lonely Planet has voted the #1 place to visit in the world for 2019. We ride through the vineyards of Barolo, Barbaresco and Nebbiolo, crossing Alba (known for it’s expensive white truffles) into the region of Asti where we’ll stay in an Agriturismo where we can taste local cousine and wines before calling it a day.

Day 7 Isola d’Asti – Milan, Italy (160 mi/256 km)

Today we leave the hills of Piemonte and head to the home-stretch, and in doing so we cross the beautiful roads of the hilly region known as Colli Piacentini, close to Piacenza. It’s a scenic and tranquil route in another famous wine region of Italy that eventually leads us back to the Eagle Rider headquarters for a proper send off!

Day 8 Milan – Departure (0 mi/0 km)

Transfer by minibus / taxi to the airport for departure from Italy.

2023 Departure Dates

28 July – or choose a custom date for your group

Alps & Dolomites – Part 2 (Approx 935 miles / 1,496 km)


  • Late Model Motorcycle Rental Motorcycle
  • Friendly Hotels
  • Ability to Customise Your Trip Route with the best Motorcycle Roads
  • Leather-Bound Road Book
  • Support Vehicle With Luggage Transportation
  • Spare Motorcycle
  • Professional Support Driver
  • Professional Bi-Lingual Tour Guide
  • Group Riding Experience with Social Events Daily
  • Breakfast Included
  • All Fuel on Riding Days
  • Welcome Reception and
  • Farewell Dinner


  • 1 Rider / 1 Bike / 1 Room: From AU$ 6,521 per person*
  • 2 Riders / 2 Bikes / 1 Room: From AU$ 5,279 per person*
  • Pillion Passenger (Twin Share): From AU$ 2,553 per person*
  • Car Passenger (Twin Share): From AU$ 2,520 per person*

* NB: Due to currency fluctuations, the prices above are indicative only. Please contact us for your quote.


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