Motorcycling in Osttirol

Motorbike tours between Mount Grossglockner and the Dolomites are an awesome experience. The mountain roads offer plenty of exciting bends, and some of the mountain passes are popular meeting points for bikers.

See below for some of our best routes!

 

The best motorcycle routes

The best motorcycle routes

Motorradfotos Staller Sattel
Round trip to Staller Saddle

A very special tour on a single-lane mountain road (approx. 145km).

Motorradfotos Kals Grossglockner
A tour around Mount Grossglockner

Austria’s highest mountain has all the bends and panoramic views you could possibly want. (approx. 250km)

Motorradfotos Iselsberg
A tour through the Lienz Dolomites

A challenging route through the Lesach valley with lots of bends. (approx. 120km)

Motorradfotos Iselsberg
Dolomites tour

The classic tour of the Sella range, featuring seven passes and countless chicanes. (approx. 196km)

Motorradfotos Kals Grossglockner
Three countries tour

A full-day tour that’s like a journey into the past. (approx. 294km)

Motorcycle hire in East Tyrol

CAN Moto Rent Osttirol

Carolin Niedertscheider

Draustrasse 2, 9990 Nussdorf-Debant, Austria

Tel:  +43 677 61400014

[email protected]

www.motorent-osttirol.at

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motorentosttirol/

 

Collection: 7.30-8am

Return: 6-7pm

Please call to arrange

We provide premium motorcycles by BMW and Yamaha for your motorbike tour!

Motor Adventure Osttirol

Karin and Jacco Broere

Nussbaumerweg 4-6, 9991 Dölsach, Austria

Tel. +43 664 1955725

[email protected]

www.motor-adventure.com

 

We have two Ducati Multistrada 950 available, plus a Ducati Multistrada 1200 4V and Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle on request. Motorcycle clothing can also be hired.

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