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Making Motorcycle Tours in Italy Affordable!!!
   

If you are looking for an organized motorcycle tour in Italy and the Alps, look no further. We have been doing this since 2002, so you are guaranteed a great motorcycle touring experience. 

Francesco, owner of CIMT, has put these tours together, and will guide them personally, having selected locations and roads that he loves to ride. 

We hope you will join us on your next ride for an incredible riding experience.

 

  

Classic Tuscany Amalfi Coast and South Amalfi Coast and Sicily
  

French & Swiss High Alps Stelvio & Dolomites 7days Complete Alps 
Down to Sicily Stelvio and Dolomites 5 days Cinque Terre and Langhe
Grand Tour of Italy Rome to Athens Sicily 7days

 

 

calendar 2018

Dates Tour Name/Link Description No Days
7-19 April Down to Sicily Start and end in Rome, we follow the Tyrrhenian coast all the way to Sicily and then tour this beautiful island  11
24 Mar - 1 Apr
5-13 May
Amalfi Coast and South We cover the Amalfi Coast and the southern gems such as Maratea, Matera, Polignano a Mare, Alberobello and Castel del Monte 7
9-22 June Grand Tour of Italy From the Amalfi Coast through Tuscany to the Dolomites and finishing in Venice 12
23-29 June Stelvio pass and Dolomites 5 days a compact tour of 5 days to these two land marks in Alpine riding.  5
7-15 July French and Swiss High Alps (part1) From the Maritime Alps to the High passes out of Andermatt.  7
14-22 July Stelvio and Dolomites (part2) We start with the Engadine passes and Stelvio and finish with the amazing Dolomites 7
7-22 July Complete Alps From the French Alps to the Dolomites all the most important Alpine passes and great northern Lakes (Maggiore, Como, Garda and Iseo) 14
6-14 Oct. Amalfi Coast and South We cover the Amalfi Coast and the southern gems such as Maratea, Matera, Polignano a Mare, Alberobello and Castel del Monte 7
22 Sept. - 5. Oct.   Grand Tour of Italy From the Amalfi Coast through Tuscany to the Dolomites and finishing in Venice 12
13-25 Oct. Down to Sicily Start and end in Rome, we follow the Tyrrhenian coast all the way to Sicily and then tour this beautiful island  11
20-28 Oct.  Sicily 7 days start and end in Palermo for an intense and complete ride around this amazing island.  7

 

 

services provided: 

- motorcycle guide on bike at all times (freedom to just ride and enjoy the scenery knowing your are going to the best places and on the best roads!)
- accommodation with breakfast in 3 or 4 star family run hotels
(hotels with a homely feel and safe parking usually set in the historical center of the towns we stay in)
- motorcycle rental 
(you can come with yours if you want, but it makes life easier, if you use one of ours. You just fly and ride!)
- small groups (min 5 bikes - max 8 bikes)  
(easier to get around, possibility of using smaller cozier hotels. This way we don't invade places, but get a feel of the local way of life) 
- support vehicle
(longer tours will have the benefit of a support vehicle with a spare bike and the possibility of transporting your luggage during the ride. 
- tour handbook 
(for you to be able to venture off on your own, if you wish, but also a great reminder of what you did)
- maps 
(you can mark where you've been and it sets your trip into perspective as to what you still could do in the future)
- welcome and farewell dinners 
(dinners are generally down to you, but at the start and finish of the trip, it is good to all sit at dinner together and have a moment to share expectations and experiences - usually however the group has dinner together and the bill is split individually - Francesco usually selects the evening trattorias and restaurants focusing on local dishes, specialties and products - Italy should also be understood through its cooking)

 

please contact us on tours@cimt.it  if you have an interest in any particular tour so that we can drop you a line as soon as we have the details.

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