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Bike tours

Cycling/biking is a passion that must be cultivated continuously, even if you often have to deal with adverse weather conditions, fatigue and lack of challenging routes. Tuscany offers many interesting routes in terms of athletic activity and attractive landscape. The ups and downs created by hills and valleys are ideal for athletes on two wheels.

Even the climate in this area is conducive to cycling. The favourite periods for riding on two wheels, enjoying these beautiful slopes ,are: that between March and June and that between September and October. In late summer, between July and August, there may be enough high temperatures, not suitable for those who are not adequately prepared. Similarly, in winter, there may be unfavourable weather conditions, snow and ice.

Here you’ll find some tips for a tour of Tuscany by bike, on the most fascinating trails of the region. Some routes are suitable for everyone, even novice cyclists, while others are recommended to expert and trained cyclists. Each of them still contributes to the development of Tuscany tourism by bikers and cyclists.

1) Route Siena – Greve – Florence (68 miles)
2) Route Greve in Chianti – Panzano – Radda – Castellina (40 miles)
3) Route Montioni – Montebamboli – Montioni (about 32 miles)
4) Florence Tour – Match – Monte Cucco (about 19 miles)
5) Route Castelfranco di Sopra – Vallombrosa (about 39 miles)
6) Route Marina di Campo – Boulder to Qatar (circa22 km, Elba Island)
7) Route the Gallo Poggio – Poggio alla tower (about 32 miles, in the Val di Merse)
8) Route Pian del Lago – Monteriggioni – Badia a Isola – Riciano (about 21 miles)
9) Route Fucecchio – Siena (about 82 miles, on the ancient Via Francigena)
10) Route Pomino – Cansuma – Secchieta (about 32 miles)
11) Florence Tour – Fifth – Old Biagioni – Seppi – Paterno – Ceppeto – Cercina (about 40 miles)

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