Moto Adventure
top 7 of 2022

These are the 7 most popular routes on WHIP in 2022. Find out them all with details and elevation, navigate them or download the gpx to retrace them at the first opportunity, they are really worth it!

Proposing the best routes of the year taken by WHIP riders has now become a regular occurrence. Let's go together to discover the most-visited places by our motorcycle touring enthusiasts. Here are the Top 7 Moto Adventure routes 2022.

#7 Monte Subasio

➡️ 65 Km ⬆️ 1700m 🟢Easy

Mount Subasio is a hill located in the Umbria region of Italy and offers very interesting motorcycle routes through unspoiled landscapes and breathtaking views. One of the most interesting routes starts in Assisi and climbs to Mount Subasio via scenic, winding roads, offering spectacular views of the Umbrian countryside and the town of Assisi. You can then continue to the village of Spello, with its quaint alleys and ancient Roman walls, and then on to Foligno, crossing the Umbrian Valley and passing through small villages and rural towns. Another interesting route involves starting in Perugia and heading to Mount Subasio through the Tiber Valley, passing through the town of Torgiano and its wine museum, and then on to the village of Bevagna, with its medieval architecture and ancient Roman baths. You can then continue to Mount Subasio via scenic, winding roads to the town of Assisi and its monastery. On both routes, you can make stops to admire the views and visit the small villages and rural towns along the way, sample local products, and take a break for lunch at one of the many local restaurants.

#6 Etna on a motorcycle

➡️ 96 Km ⬆️ 2000m 🔵Intermediate 85% asphalt 15% easy dirt road

Mount Etna is definitely a coveted half for motorcycle touring enthusiasts; the mild climate and surrounding nature make it a magical place to explore. The motorcycle route to Mt. Etna starts from Nicolosi and continues along the entire eastern slope of the volcano. You can stop at Rifugio Sapienza where it is also possible to walk the trails on Foot to the crater of the volcano (really worth it). The route continues all along the ridge, where you are constantly immersed between sea and mountain, in a truly unique landscape duality.

#5 Eroica on a motorcycle

➡️ 214 Km ⬆️ 750m 🔴 Quite challenging 50% asphalt 50% off-road

A now unmissable stop for motorcycle touring enthusiasts is the Eroica, which again this year is confirmed as one of the most beloved routes for motorcyclists. The route of the Eroica varies every year, but in general it involves the departure from Gaiole in Chianti, in the province of Siena. The terrain is mainly made up of dirt roads that wind through historic towns and villages such as Castellina in Chianti, Radda in Chianti and San Gimignano and is rideable all year round thanks to mild temperatures.

#4 Passo Crocedomini - Riva del Garda

➡️ 101km ⬆️ 3000m 🔵Intermediate with unpaved sections 80% asphalt 20% off-road

The motorcycle route from Passo Crocedomini to Lake Garda involves taking the SS47 del Tonale and then the SS42 del Tiolo until you reach Passo del Tonale. From there, you can take the SS43 Gardesana Occidentale and then the SS45bis della Paganella until you reach Lake Garda. This route takes you through the mountains of the Alps and Lake Garda. You may encounter winding and steep roads along the way. Once you arrive at Lake Garda, you can enjoy the beauty of the natural landscapes and towns along its shores, such as Riva del Garda, Malcesine, and Gardone Riviera.

#3 Gran Sasso

➡️ 90km ⬆️ 2000m 🔵Intermediate with more challenging off-road sections 30% asphalt 70% off-road

The Capo la Serra pass is a mountain pass located in the Abruzzo Apennines, in the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga region. It is located on State Road 17, which crosses the Gran Sasso d'Italia massif. To reach the Capo la Serra pass by motorcycle, you could start from the city of L'Aquila and follow the SS17 southbound. The road runs through the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park and offers breathtaking views of the mountain range. The route is quite challenging from a driving point of view, with uphill and downhill sections and sharp turns. It is important to pay attention to signage and obey speed limits. In addition, it is advisable to check the weather conditions before setting off, especially in bad weather, as the Cape la Serra pass may be closed during storms or in case of snow. Once you get to the Capo la Serra pass, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Gran Sasso mountain range and the valley below. If you want to take a break, there are some restaurants and bars near the pass where you can rest and refresh yourself.

#2 Lago d’Iseo - Colle Cristo Re

➡️ 77Km ⬆️ 1000m 🟢Easy

Departing from Brescia, we will head for Lake Iseo where we will be able to enjoy beautiful views of the Alps and the azure mirror of water offered by Lago. We will pass through some small villages on the lakeside until we reach the Colle di Re Cristo, On the summit of which stands the majestic Statue of the Redeemer or Christ the King, a mighty sculpture covered in pure gold foil from which it is possible to enjoy a spectacular panorama

#1 Val Brembana - Passo del Vivione - Orrido di Val Taleggio

➡️ 208Km ⬆️ 4500m 🔵Intermediate only asphalt

Val Brembana is a valley located in the province of Bergamo, in the Lombardy region of Italy. It is a mountainous area characterized by unspoiled landscapes and wild nature. Riding through the Val Brembana on a motorcycle is an exciting and evocative experience for both two-wheelers and nature hiking enthusiasts. There are several routes that can be followed, suitable for different needs and levels of difficulty. One of the most popular routes is the one that starts in Bergamo and runs through the Oglio and Brembana valleys to the Vivione Pass. This is a route of about 100 km, offering spectacular views and passing through some of the most characteristic towns in the area, such as Clusone, Gandino and Costa di Mezzate.


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