Bike Italy



Biking through wine country in the Piedmont Region

E-Bike Tour - guided

June 8 - June 14, 2025

Level of Difficulty: Easy, average 27 mi. / day

$TBD per person

Group size 8 - 12

Non-riders Welcome


7 days, 6 nights, 5 days of riding.  You can't go wrong with Barolo. The town of Barolo is the namesake for the wine of the region.  Made from the Nebbiolo grape. Barolo wine has been referred to as the King of Wines and The Wine of Kings. The Piedmont region is the foothills of the Alps. The area around Barolo is at about 1200 ft. The temperature during the day is very pleasant. During the month of June, temperatures can range from 59 - 73 degrees. There is a low population density, so we see very few cars on our routes. We average about 27 miles per day.  Giuseppe, our Italian guide, rides with us.  He's full of local knowledge.  Our other guide and mechanic, Aad, will drive our SAG wagon, transport our luggage and follow. The days are casual with breakfast typically at 8:00. By 9:00 we're getting on the bikes or being shuttled to a starting point. We may stop for a mid-morning coffee break. Lunches are often family-style at a cafe or family-owned casina. We'll plan on having dinner at our inn nightly with the exception of going out to eat on our own in Alba and on our last night in Acqui Terme. In the event someone wanted to take a day off, that may be a possible by riding in the SAG wagon or staying at our last inn, Casina Marcantonio, where we'll be 3 nights. All in all, it's a great trip, and yes, bring your swimsuit.


  • 6 nights lodging with breakfast

  • Wine tasting

  • Tour guide, bike mechanic, sag wagon

  • 9 speed Electric Bike

  • Pool at most accommodations

  • Air conditioned rooms

  • Limited WiFi


  • Some lunches and dinners

  • Bar Tab

  • Trip Cancellaton Insurance

  • Ground transportation to and from inn

  • Tip for guides


  • Staying in fully restored farm houses, and a 4 star hotel.

  • Riding on quiet country roads alongside vineyards and hazelunt groves.

  • Wine tasting in Barolo

  • Multi course Piemontese dinners

  • Great hilltop panoramic views of wine country


Average daily riding distance: 27 miles per day. No problem, you can do this as we will all be on electric bikes!  The Piedmont is thought to be home of the Slow Food Movement.  Don't worry, you'll burn it off.

Eat pasta and pedal fasta!

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