Experience the sensation of mountainbike

Mountainbike Holiday Experience
Dolomites and Lake Garda

Experience the sensation of mountainbike

Holiday Experience
Dolomites and Lake Garda

Inspiring Mountainbike holiday experience. You will bike in Europe’s most beautiful region for mountain biking. We have the best mountainbike tours programmed for you. Unforgettable scenery, amazing food, beautiful trails and the best guides you can wish for.

Your Guides


Mountainbike instructor
& bike guide

Tamy’s roots are Italian. She is a certified Mountainbike instructor and speaks 6 languages! She works Fulltime as a bike guide. Tamy loves Italian food, especially her grandmother’s pie! Fortunately she’s got the recipe.


Mountainbike instructor
& Bootcamp Trainer

Bert is 100% Dutch, a certified Mountainbike instructor and speaks 3 languages. He works as a biking guide (road bike, mountain bike and tour bike) and as a kettlebell/bootcamp trainer. Bert loves his espresso and croissant in the morning. That’s basically how he starts every mountainbike ride.



Max is 100% Italian and also a certified Mountainbike instructor. He speaks 2 languages and has more than 20 years of experience! He eats half a pie every morning for breakfast…… (the other half is for his son who, by the way, is a very talented biker).


People always told us how much they liked the fact that it’s not only about pushing your pedals up a hill. We like to take time to enjoy the cultural beauty the region has to offer, inspiring conversations and amazing food and wine. That’s why we would like to name our tour a Mountainbike holiday.

Dates Mountainbike Holiday Expericience

  • 18 – 25 september 2024
  • 28 may – 04 June 2025
  • 06 – 13 september 2025

7 Days Program

  • Day 1: Arrival, bike fitting and a test-ride.
  • Day 2: Mountainbike tour 1, around the Lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo.
  • Day 3: Mountainbike tour 2, to the city of Trento (capital of the Trentino region)
  • Day 4: Free time, we will provide suggestions.
  • Day 5: Mountainbike tour 3, at Lake Garda
  • Day 6: Mountainbike tour 4, on the plateau of Lavarone, including an amazing downhill back to Levico on an old military road.
  • Day 7: Day of departure

Routes & distance


All prices are in euros and start from €1499,-*. This includes: 6 nights in hotel with breakfast (based on double room), rental normal mountain bike for the whole period and certified MTB guides.

4 Fully Guided mountainbike rides
Bike fitting + Test ride
Breakfast (incl. coffee/tea)
Mountainbike front suspension
Overnight hotel*
Not Included
Drinks, lunches and diners
Tourist tax (ca €1,50 p.p.p.n to pay at the spot)
Transfer (taxi) to or from hotel on arriving and departure day
Travel and cancellation insurance
Supplements and Optionals (prices on request)
Additional night at hotel
Ticket Arte Sella Museum
Single room
Taxi, from and to the airport

*Tour prices start from €1499,- , with a minimum of 4 persons and maximum of 12. Overnight in family hotel, B&B, double room. Single room at extra charge.

For whom suitable

What level are we talking about?

If you are an experienced biker you will be up for it! But what is the definition of an experienced biker? If you are able to ride 60 km a day with approx 1000m elevation you will be very able to do the tour. And actually enjoy it…….. The daily routine is pretty “relaxed”, there is no hurry. We take time to enjoy the beautiful scenery. And of course we enjoy a nice coffee break.

We prefer to start relatively early, but that’s because of the temperature. It can become pretty hot during the day. In the morning it is nice and cool, so
that’s the perfect time to start. During the ride we have options. If we see we need to make it shorter or longer we can easily change the route. This also applies for the technical part of the ride. If you want more technical challenge we can make it happen.


  • Physical level: ca 60 km and ca 1000 m (38 miles and 3280 ft)
  • Technical level: asphalt, dirt road, single tracks, rocky sections, small drops,uphill as well as in downhill situations.
  • Your bike handling skills should be adequate to confront these situations.
  • You have to be able to use breaks the way you should, be able to make an emergency stop, manoeuvre relatively tight turns. It is absolutely not a problem if you prefer to walk certain parts of the ride, if you don’t feel safe. We actually recommend you to do that.
  • During our bike fitting session on the first day we also do a techniquesession to improve our bike handling skills.

Ready for a great
mountainbike adventure in Italy?