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Along the Giro d'Italia

When the early-morning fog slowly disperses to reveal the glorious pinnacles of the Dolomites, that's the best time for racing. The cool hours of the early morning are the best time to start out on the Giro routes. While the Karer / Carezza Pass, the Niger Pass, or the Lavazè Pass are ideal entryways, the ascents to the Sella Pass, Groden Pass, Pordoi Pass, or Campolongo Pass can be significantly more challenging. If you prefer more-even terrain, then the routes along the Etsch / Adige River towards Meran /

Merano or to the Vinschgau are probably the right choice for you. As a member of Roadbike Holidays, we possess extensive know-how when it comes to racing bicycles. The guides at the Eggen Valley Bike School and hotel manager Christoph Kofler will be happy to take you along on guided tours several times a week. Our comprehensive service – with a bike shuttle, repair shop, and rental service – make racing in the Dolomites an all-around successful vacation pleasure. Including personal support and tips.

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