There are many panoramic motorcycle routes that combine entertainment, spectacular nature and food and wine visits in a territory from ancient story. If the motorcycle is for you a companion of travel and adventure, in Piedmont you will feel in your habitat thanks to an excellent road network that, from the cultivated plains, climbs up or follows the gentle profile of the hills, and will lead you to abbeys and gardens, ancient villages, lakes and river courses. And if you want to rest, you can choose among many riders friendly hotels with an inner courtyard and secure parking, guides and maps, refreshments and refueling points to enjoy the hospitality of our region and a fulfilling outdoor experience.
Among the most famous itineraries, there is one that from Stresa on the shores of Lake Maggiore, goes up until the fabulous views of Mottarone and down to Lake Orta between postcard landscapes near Panoramica Zegna, surrounded by nature and wonderful views of Biella Alps and the plain.
Susa Valley and Val Chisone are a paradise for motorcycle enthusiasts with almost 800 km of military roads and hairpin turns between extraordinary views. You can reach ancient mouments such as the Sacra di San Michele and the Abbey of Novalesa up to 3,000 meters. Among the latter, Colle del Sommeiller road, in the district of Bardonecchia on the border with France, is the highest route in Italy for two motorized wheels.
Roero and Monferrato, wide defined areas between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti passing through the Langhe. Among the many proposals, l’Anello dei tre colli (from Fossano crosses Varaita Valley and passes through Busca) is the home of the international Kartodomo that hosted world championship trials of Supermoto. It goes up to Maddalena Pass and then descend to Vinadio, Valdieri and Cuneo, and goes back to Fossano. The itinerary Punti di vista sul Monferrato winds around Asti on the shores of Tanaro, surrounded by hills and medieval towers. Una storia divina with departure from Alba, capital of the Langhe, to explore Barolo hills between Roddi, Verduno, La Morra with Belvedere, Barolo, and Novello.