Mountain Bike Holidays in Italy
Opt for a mountain biking holiday in Italy and you'll not go far wrong! We've hand-picked the very best riding out there and now offer a range of holidays that will delight those who love to test the tyres.
Current hot biking destinations include Via Francigena and Tuscany, where we’ve found exciting tracks and trails set amidst stunning landscapes. Or, for those looking to get away in Spring and Autumn, the island of Sardinia offers a selection of unique trips exploring this beautiful island.
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A brilliant place to place mountain bike holiday in Italy, great fun for bikers of all ability from fit cyclists with some off-road experience to advanced riders looking for a relaxing holiday. The route alternates between dirt tracks, remote mountain roads, fun singletrack trails and quiet asphalt roads. With steep climbs and t... .. Read More
This fantastic mountain bike holiday in Italy goes from north to south Sardinia. This is the ultimate place to place Sardinian mountain bike trip and is a dramatic ride through true wilderness. High rugged mountains, open plateaux, dense woods, waterfalls and streams all provide the scenery for what is a challenging yet rewardin... .. Read More
The Tuscan landscape hosts a fantastic mountain bike holiday in Italy. The famous sights of Tuscany are combined with great biking exploring woodlands, hills and valleys with some great tracks and routes that link famous hilltop towns such as San Gimignano, Siena, Pienza. This biking holiday in classic tuscany will enchant with ... .. Read More
A fantastic cross country mountain biking adventure through Italy's famous Brenta Dolomites. This incredibly rewarding place to place adventure allows us to explore deep into the heart of the mighty Dolomites, on a range of trails that suit all levels of riders. Designed to take in a diverse variety of trails, we will be usi... .. Read More
Join us on this thrilling mountain biking holiday through the trails of central Italy. We trace the steps of the Via Francigena, an ancient route between the northern regions of Europe and the south, carrying merchants, armies and pilgrims from as far as Canterbury to Rome and on to Jerusalem. Now the Via Francigena is a net... .. Read More
Forming a dramatic border between France and Italy, the Alps of the Haute-Savoy offer mind-blowing landscapes linked by a labyrinth of amazing trails. This is a true mountain biker's "Shangri-la". The grandeur of the scenery is truly breathtaking, on top of which you add the delights of twisting singletrack, high alpine snaking ... .. Read More
The south west of Sardinia has seen Skedaddle mountain bikers visit the area for the last 17 years – one of the first mountain biking destinations in the catalogue, when biking was almost unknown on the Island! Since then, things have changed and the locals have explored what once used to be hunters and mule trails, he... .. Read More
Skedaddle News, Views and Holiday Stories
Welcome to Cagliari! In Sardinia it is known as Casteddu and translates simply as castle, the island’s capital is packed with steep streets, where medieval meets modern, and it’s here where you will discover the most peculiar mix of customs and traditions influenced by many different inhabitants who have called the city home over the years. In a nutshell… Cagliari is ...
Last Updated: 17/05/2017
Trail hunting this summer? It’s still not too late to sign up to one of our tours in the mountains over the coming months! Here are our top late availability tours with space still left: Something for all levels: Dolomites of Brenta.New to our range for 2016 is this exciting tour of the incredible Brenta Dolomites. ...
Last Updated: 21/06/2016
Skedaddler Clive Davies headed to Italy to sample the trails of Liguria by bike. He sent us some cracking photos from his time away. Aside from coastal landscapes to rival the best, the Italian Riviera hides a secret network of mountain bike trails, that promise plenty of technical fun, which can be explored during our Riding ...
Last Updated: 03/06/2016
Tricky root sections, steeper descents and complex corners all provide singletrack challenges that make for a rewarding day on the bike. We caught up with our mountain bike specialist Matt Cain, to find out his top tips for taking on these challenging trails: Advice for beginners… “While perhaps considered the pinnacle, or holy grail, of mountain ...
Last Updated: 23/05/2016