Piedmont Bike Tours

Piemonte is the only place you can enter starred restaurant and order the best truffle in the world, garbed in your bike shorts and helmet!

Many of the climbs of the Giro can be found and climbed here: Colle delle Finestre, Colle dell'Agnello, Colle del Nivolet and Colle Fauniera. 

But, there are rides for every cyclist to enjoy, the vineyards and hazelnut groves of the Langhe and Roero, to the bike paths along the green countryside of Piemonte.


Departing and ending at the hotel:

Barolo wine roads (Langhe) 100km +1400mt

Barbaresco wine roads (Langhe) 90km +1000mt

Bra, the birthplace of Slow Food (Roero) 85km +750mt

Colline Alfieri (Roero), 80km +1200mt

Cisterna d'Asti (Roero), 60km +600mt

Basilica di Superga (Collina di Torino) 85km +800mt

Monferrato and Asti (Monferrato) 90km +1000mt

Albugnano (Monferrato) 85km +900mt

SPECIAL RIDES (on request by private van approach)

Alta Langa (Canelli, Santo Stefano Belbo, Cortemilia...)

The epic roads of Fausto Coppi (Castellania)

Middle mountain rides (Valle di Susa and Valle di Lanzo)

The great climbs of the Alps (Colle delle Finestre and Sestriere, Colle dell'Agnello, Colle del Nivolet, Colle Fauniera, Colle della Lombarda, Colle del Moncenisio, Colle della Scala, Izoard, Iseran)

Piemonte - Riviera (from Piemonte to the seaside, 140km +1500mt fully supported)


The cycling area of Roero is located in the south of Piemonte, a small but magnificent hilly area famous for its unique wines (Nebbiolo and Arneis) and fruit production (strawberries, chesnuts and peaches) named in 2014 a UNESCO heritage cultural site with Langhe and MonferratoThe name Roero comes from a local noble family of merchants and bankers owners of most lands and castles in the area.

The town of Canale with the small shops and restaurants under the arcades and the Enoteca which represents the entire wine production of Roero.

Castellinaldo is a tiny uphill village mostly dedicated to the viticulture, the balcony in the historical centre offers the unique view on vineyards.

Visit the Castello Reale in Govone, the beautiful baroque building resstored by the Savoy family in 1820 and surrondend by vineyards.

 Bra is the capital of Roero, the birthplace of Slow Food movement which proote the real flavours of the land. The city is rich in noble builings and churches. 

The Giro d'Italia visited recently the Roero region, in 2021 stage 3 ended in Canale and in 2023 the city of Bra hosted stage 12. 


The wine roads of Langhe

Langhe cycling area is around the city of Alba, south-east of Torino where the wine production is predominantly in the lower hills fenced off in the northern part by the river Tanaro. Each hill has a steep side that holds up the next, gentle slope, generating a unique sun exposure that is reflected in the cultivation of grapes of Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto. All fine wines that have made the Langhe area famous at international level.

The capital of the Langhe, it’s also home to Nutella! There are many great reasons to visit including the historical cernter, the Michelin starred restaurant and the beautiful top-hill villages around like Barolo, La Morra and Barbaresco.

One of Italy's excellent food and wine products, as precious as the land where it is made: the white truffle.


Gravel rides

Coming soon...


The best cols of the Alps

The BIG rides

Are you ready for the challenge?


Superga and Torino hills

You will find history, art and legend while climbing to the Basilica di Superga, overlooking Torino, 672 meters high, and providing an unparalleled view of the Alps. The Basilica of Superga is one of the Torinese Baroque masterpieces, begun in 1731 by the hand of Filippo Juvarra, a member of the Savoia family. 

In medieval times, the more towers a city had, the richer they were, vitit the city of Chieri it had over a 100 towers! Not to miss Casa Martini and Martini&Rossi museum and factory, the history of Vermouth wine-making.

The top-hill village of Albugnano 549 meters high, is the highest town of basso Monferrato. Albugnano DOC wine made with Nebbiolo grapes is a perfect match with the flavours and excellences of the Piedmont’s cuisine.