Problem areas? We don't have any. Just the opposite: the Brenner Pass, Reschen Pass, Jaufen Pass, the Alps and Lake Garda. And that is how it's going to stay. Right on our doorstep. So, if you're wondering what it's like to ride in South Tyrol, there's only one answer: an unbelievable high.
Incurable. Unending. Motorcycle passion.
Pit stop for bikers
"Let me through, I'm a biker!" Head on into our yard with many free parking spaces. You can store your helmet, gloves and protective clothing securely in lockers, we also have a washing machine for laundry. Oh, and we are also setting up a repair corner. We'll let you know when it's done!
A spot right next to the route
It really exists, the perfect starting point for motorcycle tours through South Tyrol: BOTANGO, 6 km west of Merano. All major routes cross here: the SS38 to the east to the Reschen Pass and the Vinschgau, the SS44 over the Jaufen Pass to the north/Brenner, and the SS38 to Bolzano and from there to the Dolomites or to the south to Lake Garda.
Tour tip: Comfortable round trip
On this 4- to 5-hour (driving time) trip starting at BOTANGO, you'll cover 185 km. You start north through the Passeier Valley, the Texel group on your left. After crossing the Jaufen Pass, you go down to Sterzing and then up the Sarntal Valley via the Penser Joch. An option in Sarntal – a detour to the mountain village of Valdurna. You return to the starting point via Bolzano.
Tour tip: Vinschgau
You can really crank up the speed while spending a whole day in Vinschgau. Starting at BOTANGO, head east on the SS38. Three beautiful and varied valleys await you: the Schnals Valley with its glacier, the Martello Valley and the Ulten Valley, one of the most pristine valleys in South Tyrol with clear mountain lakes.