Day 1 Seefeld-Lienz 315 km
Two riding buddies from the US Jo and Andy, on a private tour through the alps. The first day was a blast! Großglockner High Alpine road was the absolute highlight. Both are doing well on these challenging roads in the alps. Well done boys!
Day 2 Lienz - Klobenstein 180 km
Today we had to change our route because of havy raom and thunderstorm in the Dolomites. But we had a great day on some tight backcountry roads along the Pustertal. We even could enjoy some sun at a extended coffee break at the Ratsberg Hotel. What a wonderful place overlooking the valley and parts of the Dolomites.
Day 3 Loop through the Dolomites 295 km
What a day!
The sun came out in the morning and we had a fabulous riding day in the Dolomites. 10 passes and countless curves. It was motorcycle heaven!
Day 4 Klobenstein - Pontresina 305 km
Today we did the pass of the passes, Passo di Stelvio. 48 tight hairpins in a row on the north side. Jo amd Andy did really well, but we saw a lot of bikes, who were doing s bad line. The view from the top was spectacular and the famous bratwurst from Bruno is a must. But Stelvio was not the only highlight today. The medieval town of Glurns, where we had coffee was absolutely worth the visit. Two more great passes, the Gavia in Italy and Bernadino in Switzerland in sunshine in the afternoon made the day complete.
Day 5 Pontresina - Steeg 240 km
In the morning it was quite cold. But it warmed up soon.
First we had a look at St. Moritz and went over the Albula Pass. On our way back to Austria we went through Liechtenstein and said hello to the Fürst in his castle.
The last stretch over the Furkajoch was pure riding fun.
Day 6 Steeg - Seefeld 210 km
Unfortunately our last riding day. In perfect weather conditions we had another 6 passes and enjoyed tje riding very much. The Hahntennjoch was the best. Lunch at Hotel Fischer am See was great. I could say hello to my friend Marina. We arrived in Mieming after over 1500 km and 29 passes. It is the end of that tour. Jo and Andy did great. Hop to see you again soon. Well done boys!