Enjoy biking on the Via Claudia Augusta from May, 22nd to 24th, 2015

Bicycle touring through South Tyrol and Trentino

The AUGUSTOUR is a cycling holiday event in northern Italy lasting three days. During these three days, all the participants pedal in the Alto Adige and Trentino region along a part of the marvellous – and excellent – bycicle track called Via Claudia Augusta. Amusement and pleasure to ride along the event’s track are the main purposes of it all, standing right in the foreground. All athletes can follow their own rhythm, stop where they feel like with no stress, have something to eat and refresh at the many AUGUSTOUR feed zones, and take advantage of our luggage transport, use our bike renting service, a bus transfer to go back to the start at the end of the 3 stages, book our “All Inclusive” – Package with the accomodations and much more during the tour. The second edition of the AUGUSTOUR will be held in May, from 22nd to 24th, 2015.


During the three days of the event, the participants cover altogether approximately 208 km through the Alto Adige and Trentino regions. The first stage has a length of 89 km, the second one is about 62 km long, and the final stage is 64 km. long. A chance to join in at a determined resort of a single stage has also been taken into consideration! Individual cyclists, families, sport groups and business teams can participate.

The AUGUSTOUR will start from Reschensee, or better, from the small village of Graun, in the Province of Bozen, South Tyrol (near the boarder Italy / Austria) along the splendid Vinschgau Valley up to the towns of Meran and through Eppan to Bozen. And then, through the Adige Valley, down to Trento (Trentino). Our main target is to show all the participants, from the fans of cycling holidays to the fans of trekking, mountain bike and e-bike, the beauty of nature along this part of the Via Claudia Augusta designed and built by the Romans.

Informations and registrations in www.augustour.it

Published on 12.03.2015
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