David Olle and Emma Colson

An Australian company, Topbike has a fully equipped European base and its own fleet of high quality hire bikes and E-bikes.

We specialise in quality cycling tours with small groups and are famous for looking after our clients.

+61 (0) 3 9419 2040
+61 415 866 061 (mobile)
PO Box 1717 Collingwood VIC 3066 AUSTRALIA
holiday@topbike.com.au
- SINCE 1997 -
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Cycling in Italy

Giro d'Italia, Sicily, Tuscany, Lake Iseo, Italian Dolomites

Cycling Holidays and Race viewing in Italy

Tour Overviews

Topbike’s Lifestyle Italian Cycling holidays are non race focused and follow the roads, food, wine, language, coffee and all things Italian at a relaxed pace while cycling through some of our favourite places.

Join us in Sicily, Tuscany or on one of our shorter Base Tours from Lake Iseo, Marone for a fabulous Eat-Drink-Ride experience.

GIRO Tour – Join Topbike as we chase this grand Italian race through its final ten days.

East to west across the Dolomites we’ll ride, catching the Giro riders at starts, finishes, mountain tops and roadside views.  You’ll be knocked out by the intricacies of grand tour racing.  Not to mention the food, coffee, wine and variety of excellent accommodation (and not just 4 star hotels).

Classic Italian Climbs – Our Classic Climbs Tours are also known as Topbike’s “Feast of Ascension”.

Slow down and take your time, riding all the famous and classic climbs across the Italian Dolomites.  Enjoy massive days on the bike, followed by evenings full of aperitivi, cucina tipica (local cooking) and local wines.

L’Eroica Tour – Tuscany & Chianti –  Vintage bike ride in Tuscany, starting in the Dolomites.

L’Eroica is more than an historic bike ride, it is a celebration of Tuscan, and Chianti culture. While every town provides water refill spots for the participants, most riders are here for the food, local products and, of course, wine! Who need nutritional supplements when you can sample an assortment of pecorino cheeses and a Cinta Senese sugo, washed down with a glass of Chianti Classico, during the ride?