Paradise. If you love cycling, Bormio is paradise. Incredible climbs with the breathtaking backdrop of the Stelvio National Park.
What more could you ask for? If you are a fan of road cycling and the incredible feats of the riders in the Giro d’Italia, you may recognise some of these names: Stelvio, Gavia, Mortirolo, Cancano, Bormio 2000: all legendary climbs that have featured in the race. Are you looking for something a bit more gentle? Bormio is the starting point for the Sentiero Valtellina, a 114 km cycle path down the Valtellina all the way to Lake Como. Closer to Bormio, there are the Sentiero Viola and the Sentiero Frodolfo cycle paths. Do you want to explore the Stelvio National Park? Hundreds of kilometres of mountain bike trails await you there. These include easier options such as the trail around the Cancano lakes and more demanding routes such as Bormio 360 and the Tour of the 3 Gondolas.
Are you struggling to choose between your road bike and your mountain bike? Then why not try a gravel bike, the ideal combination of the two!
If you are more of a thrill-seeker, then the Bormio Bike Park is for you, with 7 downhill trails that hosted the Italian national championships. And then there are freeride and enduro options, for a fantastic, safe outdoor experience.
E-bikes for all. Has all this talk of cycling got you in the mood but you don’t quite feel up to it yet? No problem, an e-bike can help you.
And since we love cycling so much, we even ride in winter: a snowy tour on a fatbike or an e-fatbike is a thrilling experience.
For young children and anyone looking to get into cycling, instructors are on hand to help you at one of our cycling schools.
So you have no more excuses: grab a bike and come for a ride with us.