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The Dolomites Bike Day: the perspective of the participants

Bike Day regulation Bicycle types

"Da pera a pera", from stone to stone: this is how the locals call the last, very tough, 100 meters to reach the top of the Valparola. Constant gradient between 12% and 15%.

Britta Bayman, Facebook

A challenging and rewarding route through stunning scenery. 4 of us ladies travelled from the UK to take part in a very memorable weekend in a cycling heaven. Love the fact that it's free and you just turn up and keep the pedals turning.

Britta Bayman, Facebook
Igor Tavella, local cyclist

The DBD is a 51 km long hug between Alta Badia and Livinallongo. We cyclists are the blood that flows through the sinuous road veins in search of oxygen, given by the wonderful panorama that only the Dolomites can offer. I guarantee you that you will never want to let go!

Igor Tavella, local cyclist
Jonathan Harrison, Facebook

Traffic free, great atmosphere and stopping at proper local cafes / bar beats any feed station!

Jonathan Harrison, Facebook
Fiona Guard, Facebook

Fantastic day! Thank you so much, well worth the journey to get here!

Fiona Guard, Facebook
Marina Moling, local cyclist

Sharing this special day with many bike lovers was a unique experience for me. Families with children, professional and passionate cyclists ... an excellent opportunity to ride on the Dolomite passes while enjoying the wonder of these mountains, all without motorized traffic!

Marina Moling, local cyclist
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