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Tuscany is known for its beautiful landscapes, artistic history and cultural influence. The cultural heritage, which predates the Middle Ages, is expressed in Tuscany’s numerous churches, palaces, galleries, museums, and villages.

The mild climate, lush vineyards, and welcoming warmth of the Tuscan people are just a few reasons cyclists love to take their holidays in Tuscany. Cycling routes in Tuscany are diverse and are good for cyclists of most levels—from healthy novices to advanced riding.

The routes traverse plains along the rivers and coasts, rolling countryside and steep terrain in the mountains. The best time to plan your visit is from March to June and from September to October.

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5 night  guided or self guided bike tour in Italy

Guided from EUR € 2995 Self guided from EUR € 2995

Self-guided: Daily arrivals, March - November

Description: Italy: where pasta, history, and breathtaking landscapes come together to create a dream cycling destination! With a custom bike tour, the possibilities are endless. Imagine rolling over the hills of Tuscany, feeling the wind in your hair as you pedal…

Cycling and Cooking in Tuscany

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Guided from EUR € 3200

Guided: May 10, 17; Jun 7; Sep 13, 27; Oct 11, 2024

Description: Embark on an irresistible bike tour through Tuscany, one that combines breathtaking bicycle routes with captivating cookery classes designed to give you an authentic overview of some of Tuscany's most tantalizing dishes. La Cucina Toscana is simplicity…

Florence to Rome

7 night  self guided bike tour in Italy

Self guided from EUR € 1139

Self-guided: Saturdays: Mar 30 -Jun 29; Aug 24 - Oct 12, 2024.

Description: Discover a new side of Italy - quiet, sometimes almost mystical! On this gorgeous bike tour, you will see cities like Assisi, Perugia, Spoleto, or Narni, which have incredible art treasures and carry visitors back into the Middle Ages. The aesthetic…

Umbria Road Cycling: Loop Tour Through Lush and Scenic Landscape

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Self guided from EUR € 800

Self-guided: Daily: Apr 01 - Aug 03, 2024 and Aug 19 - Oct 31, 2024

Description: This tour is for those who would like to discover all aspects of Umbria, thanks to this combination of nature, history, and local traditions. In the beautiful Umbrian landscape, you will find rolling hills covered with woodland, vineyards, and…

Tuscan Wine Classic: Pienza to Castellina via Siena

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Self guided from EUR € 1490

Self-guided: Daily: Mar 15-Oct 31, 2024

Description: Yes, there are hills, but your efforts on this tour will be rewarded with sunny Mediterranean ambiance and a spirited flair for hospitality. Tuscany nourishes the soul and leads you to rejoice in the earthly pleasures of daily life. The route takes you…

Tuscany Getaway: 4 Nights in Siena, Montalcino & Pienza

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Self guided from EUR € 1150

Description: We put together this short bike tour for those who do not feel like taking a vacation entirely on a saddle. Each day there will be a choice for short easier bike rides and more challenging ones. Whether crowned by timeless villages, covered by vineyards…

Tuscany's Legendary Gravel Routes

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Self guided from EUR € 1690

Self-guided: Daily departures, Mar 15 - Oct 31, 2024

Description: With its timeless landscapes, ancient towns, and vineyards, Tuscany offers unparalleled views of authentic Italian life. The region's simplicity, art, and cuisine make it an unforgettable destination in the heart of Italy. Gravel biking in Tuscany offers…

Tuscany and Umbria: Cycling in the Heart of Italy

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Self guided from EUR € 877

Self-guided: Daily: Apr 1 - Aug 3, 2024 and Aug 19 - Oct 31, 2024 (minimum 2 persons)

Description: This evocative bicycle tour brings you through the Etruscan and Roman heartlands of Umbria and Tuscany. Water courses and magnificent scenery mark these regions, shaped by both the forces of nature and by human hand. Beginning in the most atmospheric and…

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Tuscany Bike Tours offers bike, e-bike, and Vespa tours just south of Florence in the heart of the Chianti wine region. Our tours in Tuscany have everything: authentic Tuscan lunch, wine and extra virgin olive oil tasting, discover old villas and 12th century castles.

A Florence City Bike Tour is also available for those that want to explore the city center. Please note: on our countryside tours we offer one wine and extra virgin olive oil tasting.

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Change of pace on Florence stay. We enjoyed this trip as one day of our stay in Florence for our honeymoon. After days of sleeping in, walking around sight seeing and eating, we needed a change of pace and some real exercise. It was great to get out into the countryside and fresh air. Even the short and sudden rain storm was a fun part of the ride. And if you aren't looking to push yourself at all, then you can skip the hill climb and ride the van to the top. About half the group opted for this. Lunch was delicious and the castle tour with wine and olive oil tastings were the icing on the cake. I highly recommend this.

Highlight of my trip. What an amazing experience and exceeded my expectations hugely. Started off with a castle tour where our guide Alex/ Alessio told us about the history of wine production. Followed by wine tasting. I found this very interesting and you can really tell that Alessio knows his stuff. This was followed by a challenging but incredibly enjoyable bike ride around 25km. We managed to stop at the best view point to take pictures. I think what really made the difference was our tour guide. Alex went out of his way to reccomend the best places to eat in Florence and was very hospitable. This definitely the highlight of my trip I’m Florence.

Friendly staff, love adventure. Had a great day biking around the Tuscan hills and visiting a castle with great wine and olive oil tasting. The staff were very friendly and mindful of safety measures on the road. Highly recommend this tour

Mario was a great host! A brilliant was to see the city :-) I was the only person on the bike tour, but Mario was a great host and tour guide! We did the city bike tour through the streets of Florence and he was very knowledgeable and able to answer all my questions. I'm so glad the tour went ahead even though it was just me! A brilliant way to see the city. I was also able to reschedule to a different day at short notice :-) Thank you, Mario!

Wonderful Bike Tour in the Hills of Chianti. This tour was absolutely amazing. In the morning hours we did a nice bike tour along the streets of the Chianti region. The lunch was very tasty as well as the wine later in the castle. Our guide Alessio told us about the history of wine production and was very entertaining and fun to spend time with. If you want to experience the countryside of Toscana and the wine, we can definitely recommend this tour! Grazie mille Alessio, alla prossima Sven and Alessia.

Put the fun between your legs! I really enjoy wine and even more so, I love cycling! What better place to do so, than Tuscany! And what better group to do it with than Tuscany Bike Tours! Not only are the guides knowledgeable and safe but fun! All the guides brought their own unique and enjoyable personality to the day. They were keen to provide additional information about the area and didn’t hesitate to answer questions. Try it and make sure you do the hill climb! Wine will fuel you for it! Thanks for the fun day to all the boys at Tuscany Bike Tours! And a shout out to Tom for leading the peloton! Grazie! Miranda from Canada!

An absolute MUST! We had an absolute blast riding Vespas through Tuscany! The moment we walked in the door we were met with the guides' charming and witty personalities. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking, exactly how you would imagine it. I was nervous about driving a Vespa for the first time, but it was incredibly easy and the guides make sure you know what you are doing before they put you out on the road. The castle was stunning! There were only two of us on the Vespa Tour that day, so we had Angus all to ourselves. He was so fun and super knowledgeable. We loved his British accent:) Jacopo was our driver and guide through the castle. He was amazing and so fun! We enjoyed hearing him sing along to "nostalgic" American music and teaching him American slang (Bye, Felicia!) He was such a good sport! Definitely one of, if not the highlight of our 2 weeks in Italy.

Best day of our entire Italy trip! Book this Vespa tour!!! My husband and I will never forget the experience. We had a blast and we both agree it was the absolute highlight of our entire Italy vacation! The guides are fantastic... knowledgeable and funny! They also made me feel extremely comfortable and safe on the Vespa. I had never been on one before (or on anything similar) but they teach you how to ride it in a parking lot before hitting the road. I caught on quickly! The day was just such a blast. The castle/winery tour complete with a wine and olive oil tasting was wonderful. Lunch was delicious. And the ride itself through the Tuscan countryside was something I’ll never forget. Will recommend to anyone I know traveling to Italy!

Can't say enough. The vespa tour was the highlight of our trip. The guides were both knowledgeable, friendly and easy to talk to. The castle and the scenery were awesome. They quickly rearranged the tour due to impending rain. Lunch h was incredible. Best pasta I had in our entire stay. Highly recommend this tour, thanks to our guides and their attention to our safety.

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Our passion for cycling and Tuscany has allowed us to create itineraries that are ideal for all levels & types of experiences .

Ciao Toscana in bicicletta!  

As lovers of cycling and all things Tuscany, we are dedicated to sharing with you the many treasures of our beautiful land. Using our more-than-10-years experience and local knowledge, we have created a range of itineraries to showcase the best that Tuscany has to offer in just one day bike tour in the countryside that you will never forget! Mixed fitness levels? Family reunion ranging different ages & biking skills? Traveling solo? No Problem! Fully van supported, guided by the best knowledgeable, engaging local tour leaders thru most picturesque low‐traffic back roads, on the saddle of our comfy , high-end light frame fitness bicycles or adding the E‐bike option you’ll love joining   the best bike tours from Florence with Piero&Elena! Across all age‐groups and all fitness levels, we take care of all the planning, logistics, and equipment so that all you need to do is enjoy YOUR bike tours from Florence to discovery Siena, San Gimignano, the hidden gems of Chianti with us… SAFELY AND FUN !

Discover that Tuscany is not just Florence!

Please find below our most popular bike tours from florence to immerse yourself in the tuscany of your dreams.

Crossing Chianti to Siena

Crossing Chianti to Siena

San Gimignano Easy Tour

San Gimignano Easy Tour

San Gimignano to Siena

San Gimignano to Siena

Tuscany Wine Lovers

Tuscany Wine Lovers

Downhill to Florence

Downhill to Florence

Chianti Classic

Chianti Classic

Enchanting Florence

Enchanting Florence

Family biking tours

Family biking tours

Customize your Tour

Customize your Tour

Why choose us


Everyone can ride at their own pace on our small group or private & customized biking tours in Tuscany. We have a tour for every skill level , from Novice to Expert!


Elena, Piero & the Bike Florence & Tuscany team are local to Tuscany, its trails, hills & vineyards & they have years of experience cycling.


Chosen for their contoured seats, elevated handlebars & lightweight frames they seem to ride effortlessly Newest: e-bikes !


Means extra value for you as we incorporate only the best in our tours: the best culturally intriguing and amazing cycling experiences in Tuscany, quality vineyards, organic food, gelato stops, full guidance & support vans.

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One of the great experiences I’ve had…ever!

My wife and I did the “Downhill to Florence” bike tour this week with Piero (riding along along in van) and Elena leading the bike pack. Start 2,600 feet up in a remote monastery and ride 22 miles down into the center of Florence through back roads and trails with just the most amazing vistas

Fantastic Family bike tour

I have nothing but good things to say about Bike Florence&Tuscany. Four of us did a day trip ride San Gimignano to Siena on November the 2nd. Piero treated us as a private group so we could enjoy the entire day as a family trip! Elena led the group and the ride was fabulous. The roads and scenery were beautiful, colors were typical of Tuscan fall and traffic was light. We always felt safe and Piero did a good job supporting us with the van. The day starts with a good hour for visiting San Gimignano, the so-called Medieval Manhattan. The first part of the ride ends in Monteriggioni, the small, well-preserved medieval village we met biking towards Siena. After a brief stop to see the village the ride continued, ending near Siena. The guys took us to the city entrance by van to avoid us having to face the busy traffic and.. for a little rest before the long walk around Siena. The whole BF&T team was extremely accommodating, kind, and knowledgable. The bikes themselves were top notch. I would recommend Bike Florence&Tuscany to everyone: this was one of the highlights of our whole Italian vacation for my family, who had come to Florence to see me after a long absence! Thank you Piero&Elena for making all this come true!

San Gimignano to Siena Exceeded our expectations!

It all started with a convenient pick up by our fabulous hosts Elena and Piero in Florence. From there we had a pleasant (and informative) drive to the historic town of San Gimignano — amazing! Our family of four then enjoyed a bike ride though the Tuscan countryside. We rode at our own pace, stopping for photographs and snacks. The riding was all done on quiet (almost no traffic), picturesque country roads. After completing our ride, we were treated to a wine and cheese tasting in the walled village of Monteriggioni. From there we were driven a short distance to Siena (in the super comfortable support van) where we were able to spend some time exploring this incredibly beautiful Tuscan city. Things to note: We completed our tour in December and despite it being winter, it was very pleasant. Thanks again to Elena and Piero for a memorable experience. Craig, Myf and Family

Best day of our holiday, the only way to see Florence!

We were 2 families (4adults and 5 kids). Piero and Elena (our guides) were perfect! They prepared everything perfectly in advance, created a custom route for family with kids – adjusted the trip based on all of our ability, and overall created a perfect day. We were able to see all of the major sites of Florence without the feeling of fighting crowds, waiting in line…..

Great tour and excellent way to see Tuscany

Our bike tour from San Gimignano to Siena, led by Elena and Simone was over way to quickly. 6 of us, ranging from 75 to 17 years of age, enjoyed a wonderful day with beautiful sights, great gelato and wine tasting. Our guides were very informative and very sensitive and accommodated everyone’s abilities. They were very friendly and professional too. We loved it all! Thank you for a fun-filled day! Linda

Relaxing break from city sight seeing

I would highly recommend this experience. You not only get to see the beautiful countryside, but you really get a real taste of the Chianti region of Tuscany.

Even better the second time! – Bike Florence & Tuscany

Last year, I did the San Gimignano to Siena bike tour with the beautiful and amazing Elena. I had such a wonderful time that i immediately planned to do it again this year, on my birthday, as I couldn’t think of a better way to spend the day than on this wonderful trip! Well let me just say it was even better than I remembered! Not only is the scenery absolutely breathtaking, and the towns visited (San Gimignano, Monteriggioni and Siena) absolutely beautiful, but the hospitality, generosity and kindness of your hosts, Elena and Piero, are nothing short of unforgettable. I had not mentioned to Elena that it was my birthday, however she realised and so planned a few extra surprises for me – one, that the bike tour would be just myself and my sister (amazing considering it was June, high season!) and secondly, organising an amazing wine tasting for us in Monteriggioni (not normally an inclusion in this ride)!! This was such a wonderful and completely unexpected surprise to us, and I was so touched at her caring and generosity! I was completely blown away and really couldn’t thank her enough. Needless to say, I had an absolutely wonderful and unforgettable birthday thanks to Elena. The scenery on this ride is unbeatable, and you have ample time in each town to explore, buy souvenirs and have a coffee or gelato (or lunch) as you wish. Elena provides maps and great information on what to see and do in each place, and also plenty of water and snacks as you bike. This is just such a great way to see and experience Tuscany with locals who love Tuscany and love to bike!! The bikes themselves are fabulous – super light but sturdy – and with full van support there is no issue if you become tired. As should be obvious, I absolutely love this company and am planning on many more rides with them in the future. Thank you so much Elena and Piero for yet more amazing and unforgettable memories, and for the best birthday ever! Rosalinde

A perfect day in Tuscany

Buona sera Piero, I just wanted to thank you for a “perfect” day in Tuscany. The whole family enjoyed the biking and wine tasting immensely! The choices of villages, roads, wineries and the fantastic restaurant in Monterrigioni could not have been better. You and your staff, Elena and Simone made everyone feel at ease which enhanced the experience even more…

An amazing day and memories for a lifetime!

My family and I just returned from our 2 week Italy holiday and can say that our day spent with Piero, Elena and Costa was by far our most amazing experience! My review starts at the beginning…

Good food, good wine & all whilst cycling through the amazing scenery of Tuscany!

We were really looking forward to our ride out into the Tuscan hills having never been to the area and spending much of the later part of our trip in cities, and we were far from disappointed! Piero & Elena were warm & welcoming, kept in regular contact upto the day and ensured we knew exactly where we going and what we were doing on the morning of our ride. We got to see the wonderful countryside of the Chianti region, on a gentle September Sunday whilst drinking fabulous wine, eating wonderful local produce & meeting new people…….what more could you ask for? It was defiantly one of the highlights of our Italian adventure and would recommend it.

Great way to see parts of Floreonce and Tuscany that you would never see otherwise!

We went on 2 trips with Piero (second with his wife Elena). 1. Day trip of Florence. Saw Florence in whole new light- allowed us to explore Florence from 1 end to the other, avoiding the usual “tourist” areas (Duomo, Palazzo Signoria, Ponte Vecchio) that we had already done on foot. Only the 3 of us, yet Piero still did tour, incredibly infromative, adapted tour to our needs (stopped when we felt need), great lunch at hidden restaurant below Piazzale Michelangelo. Had a geat time! 2. Tuscany wine tour. This time did with son as well (initally not very enthusiastic, but even he admitted worth every penny). I am a regular cyclist, but others in group (total 6) “weekend warriors”. Tuscany can be challenging cycling, but Piero selcted route that everyone in group could do (picked us up at local drop off, since we were stayig in San Gimignano), drove to start of route, mostly downhill thereafter- abslolutely incredible countryside. Wine tasting incredible, espcially at Monteriggioni where we had wine tasting with matched food for lunch- informative. Shown how diferent local wines complement diferent foods. My wife (not usually a wine lover) “never going to drink cheap wine again”. Again Piero + Elena adapted tour to our needs. Again had great time- worth every Euro! Only downside- being from Canada, not practical to ship a case home!

Downhill to Florence – A day to remember!

Our family of 4 enjoyed a great ride through the Tuscan country side, into the beautiful city of Florence. The pick up and drop off service was great; the bikes were in top shape and rode easily. Our guide, Elena, was helpful, informative and ever so friendly. We had a great lunch in Fiesole, stopped for many pictures of the countryside and city below, and just had a wonderful time. It was truly a day to remember. Thank you Bike Florence&Tuscany! When we come back, we will look you up again!

Chianti bike tasting tour – Bike Florence&Tuscany

My husband and I choose the Chianti bike tasting ride October 3rd 2017…I must say it was hard to choose, they all look so good! We were delighted to have Elena as our host and guide. She is BEYOND engaging, so informative and the best guide and expert on Tuscan towns and Italy. The day was gorgeous and the stops delightful. There were just the two of us on the ride and we felt so special. I would highly recommend that you use this company…Italians running an Italian company that are expert riders themselves. We will definitely ride with them next year, can’t wait!

It is more than a bike tour, it’s an experience for all involved!

Best biking tour in Italy. Piero and his team took us on 2 tours one in Chianti and one in Valdarno region. We had the best time ever and will never forget. It is more than a bike tour it’s an experience for all involved! The support team and van help all levels of bikers to enjoy. Run don’t walk to this experience! Brian and Maree

Thank you Piero and Elena, great trip

We booked for the “Downhill to Florence”. It was late in the season, November, so many others had closed their bike tours. We lucked out and found Pierro and Elana. Others have described the trip really well.. It is a well thought out perfect itinerary. My husband and I had a great…

Most amazing day!!

My fiancé and I did the bike tour for wine lovers! It was gorgeous!! Piero and Elena were very fun and helpful and focused on what they could do so we would have a great time.

Biking experience in Florence

If you are remotely fit and want a unique experience biking around the unconventional Florence (or an escape day from crowds), then I strongly recommend the Bike in Florence&Tuscany city tour…

One of the top highlights of our Tuscany trip!

My husband and I are active and were looking for a more adventurous way to explore Tuscany. Bike Florence was the perfect fit to satisfy my hubby (a cyclist) and me a wino. It was the best of both worlds! We selected the Chianti bike tasting and enjoyed a half day of wonderful cycling in the beautiful Tuscan hillside. I cannot say enough about Piero and Eleana and their wonderful hospitality. From booking the tour to helping with directions and selecting excellent wineries, we felt extremely taken care of. Both were gracious, witty and focused on safety. We had an amazing experience that we’ll treasure for a long time to come. If you’re looking to explore Tuscany on bike, you simply can’t go wrong with Bike Florence! Thanks again Piero and Elena for taking such good care of us. We’ll spread the word about our great experience to all our Texas friends! Grazie mille!

Excellent tour of beautiful Tuscany!

My partner and I did the full day San Gimignano to Siena bike tour yesterday with Elena and we had a great day! Elena picked us up near to where we are staying and she was wonderfully friendly and chatty, pointing out interesting things to us as we drove to pick up the other couple doing the tour. We drove to San Gimignano and reached it before the crowds – it is a beautiful old town on top of a hill with amazing views of the surrounding area. Elena also recommended a delicious gelato place to us ? We then drove a little further and started the bike tour. The bikes were light weight and had lots of gear choices so riding them was very easy, there are also helmets provided. Elena drove ahead of us so we knew the route and we could catch up at our own pace. We were lucky to have beautiful sunshine and the scenery was very picturesque ? I don’t cycle a lot so I did struggle a bit with the hills – please be aware that as it is Tuscany there are some hills on the ride, but the hills are great as you get the best views on top and coming down. If the hills are too much you can always hop in the van with Elena for a while to rest ? We really enjoyed the stop at the wine tasting and the afternoon in Siena, Elena recommended a great place for lunch. We really enjoyed our day as we felt we saw some lovely little towns, amazing views and Tuscan countryside. Thank you! Read more on TripAdvisor

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If there is ONE thing you should do while on vacation Italy that is to ride through the Tuscan countryside off the beaten path and ON a bicycle!  Tuscany bike tours  are the ultimate adventure to complete any trip to this beautiful area of Italy. Just think how exciting it is to ride through Chianti vineyards and secular olive groves, viewing first hand the secrets behind the harvest and world renowned wines and olive oil.  Enjoy pedaling around medieval castles and quaint stone hamlets dating back to the middle ages, stopping along the way for a well-deserved gelato.  A perfect way to truly enjoy magnificent Tuscan countryside and spend a day in the great outdoors.

Any time of year is great for a bike tour of Tuscany , the scenery you will experience on a Tuscany bike tour is always postcard perfect.  Great master painters like Botticelli, Caravaggio, and da Vinci himself painted the Tuscan landscape, defining it as a universal icon for beauty, and a bike tour in Tuscany will give you first hand vistas of what they were seeing and transferring to canvas.  The Etruscan countryside has remained unchanged for centuries so all of the backdrops you will see are just the way they were back in the renaissance.  Stone buildings and elegant villas blend perfectly with the greenery as a prime example of how humankind and nature can live together.  The seasons speak to visitors through fragrances that change four times a year: spring welcomes abundant wisteria and fluffy lavender bushes; summer sun shines on sunflowers and sweet fruits like figs and blackberries; fall is harvest, the most festive time of year when the air is inundated with the scent of san giovese grapes – the primary berry for Chianti wine – and later on, olives; winter brings colder temperatures and well-needed rain, but it doesn’t stop Tuscany bike tours!


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Miles – 1 day bike tour.

Bike through vineyards and olive groves, and around castles and villas.

Miles – 3 Day Bike Tour

Exploring the countryside of Tuscany, Chianti vineyards and lavish viewpoints.

Years of History

Experience a Tuscany tour that brings you face to face with history.

Enjoy pedaling around medieval castles and quaint stone hamlets dating back to the middle ages, stopping along the way for a well-deserved gelato.

Custom bike tours in tuscany.

Your custom bike tour in Tuscany goes for as far and as long as you like no matter level biker you are.  The sky is the limit with a little help from ‘magic’ bikes that ease the pain on untrained legs and make biking around Tuscany accessible to all. For expert riders there are plenty of mountain bikes or hybrids to choose from, as well as carbon fiber road bikes for a high powered workout after all that pasta you’ve been having.  Biking equipment includes your wheels, a helmet, a water bottle, and roadside service.  After your ride you will be sent road stats by email showing distance and altimetrics so you can brag about your adventurous Tuscany bike tour.

Half Day, 1 -2 & 3 Day Bike Tours

Half day, full day, two and three day excursions – choose your favorite bike tour in Tuscany and get ready to coast over breathtaking Tuscan ridges;  top off your half day ride at a family-run estate for wine tasting plus snack on Tuscan cheese and salami, then tour the cellars where it all begins.  The full day tour includes a stop for lunch in a Tuscan stone village surrounded by vineyards where you will be served a hearty dish of Tuscan ‘pici’, the pasta specialty in the Chianti region. The two- and three-day rides take you from Florence to Siena stopping overnight in two different Tuscan towns, your bags are moved by us.

All rides are personalized, no two are alike!  Your ride is led by Luca, a local biker and Tuscany bike tour enthusiast who loves to unveil the best scenery for picture perfect memories and tell endless stories about ancient legends and modern secrets of this phenomenal part of Italy.

Epic Road Rides

Cycling Tuscany

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Tuscany is one of Italy’s most beautiful regions, so it’s no surprise that cycling in Tuscany is  extremely popular. With its rolling hills, medieval towns, and UNESCO protected countryside, cycling holidays in Tuscany have all the ingredients needed for a unique and unforgettable cycling experience.

Tuscany boasts many fantastic cycling routes. From the rolling hills of Chianti and the Val d’Orcia, to the stunning views from some of the best hill towns in Tuscany, like Siena, Montalcino and San Gimignano, each area has something unique to offer. And that’s before we mention world famous centre of art, Florence.

In this article we speak to Marco who runs Gusto Cycling . He’s originally from Montecatini Terme in Tuscany and has been running bike tours in Tuscany for 12 years. He shares his tips for the best parts of Tuscany for cyclists, Tuscany bike tours and bike routes, information on where to stay, when to visit, bike rentals in Tuscany and more.

Read on to discover the best of Tuscany and plan your next cycling holiday in Tuscany.

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What’s special about cycling in Tuscany?

Biking in Tuscany has it all: great roads, nature, history, art, culture, amazing gastronomy and wine! Tuscany is, quite simply, perfect for a holiday and cycling is the best way to discover it.

Cyclists relaxing in Piazzo del Campo Siena, Tuscany

Tuscany is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in Italy, including the Chianti wine region, the rolling hills of Val d’Orcia, and the rugged Tuscan coastline of the Maremma. The region is known for its agricultural heritage, with olive groves, vineyards, and fields of sunflowers covering the hillsides.

History and culture

Tuscany is steeped in history and culture, and a cycling trip through Tuscany allows you to explore the region’s many historic towns and landmarks, many of which have hardly changed for over 600 years. There are famous historical towns like San Gimignano, Lucca, Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano and the stunning Piazza Del Campo in Siena, as well as lesser-known towns and villages with many architecturally important and well-preserved build ings and museums provide a rich history to enjoy.

It’s also worth noting that in Tuscany the towns and villages are all quite close together, which means there’s lots of potential for coffee and lunch stops!

If art is your thing, one of the best things to do in Tuscany is learn about the region’s rich artistic heritage, from the Renaissance masterpieces of Florence to the intricate glasswork of Murano.

Food and wine

Another big draw is the food and wine. From fresh pasta dishes to hearty stews and soups, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. And of course, you can’t visit Tuscany without trying some of the local wines, such as Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino.

What you soon realise as you travel or cycle within Tuscany, is the food is different in every local province of Tuscany. For example, the pasta dishes (mostly freshly prepared that day) and the sauces vary a lot, from rabbit, to wild boar to venison. More examples: Livorno is famous for fish soup, Florence is famous for the Bistecca Forentian steak.

The wine regions within Tuscany are also superb. From Chianti, which is located between Florence and Siena, to Brunello di Montalcino, to Vermentino from Montecarlo near Montecatini Terme, or to Bolgheri where the super Tuscan wines of Tiganello and Sassacaia are found.

As such, it’s no surprise that holidays and cycling tours in Tuscany are so popular!

Overview of Tuscany for cyclists

Where is tuscany.

Tuscany is located in central Italy. It’s bordered by the regions of Liguria to the northwest, Emilia-Romagna to the north, Marche to the east, Umbria to the southeast, and Lazio to the south.

The region covers an area of approximately 23,000 square kilometres and has a population of around 3.8 million people.

Tuscany is divided into ten provinces: Florence, Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa-Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato, and Siena. Each of these provinces has its own unique culture, history, and attractions, making Tuscany a diverse and fascinating region to explore.

Florence is the capital of Tuscany and one of the most famous cities in Italy, known for its art, architecture, and history. The city is located in the heart of Tuscany, surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards. Other notable cities in Tuscany include Pisa, home of the iconic Leaning Tower, and Siena, known for its mediaeval architecture and of course the Strade Bianche.

Map of Tuscany within Italy

Layout of Tuscany (from a cyclist’s perspective)

When cycling Tuscany, bear in mind that the region is divided into

  • Northern mountain region stretching from Carrara in the north heading eastwards in a line towards the north of Florence. From Montecatini Terme you can head north and visit the ski resort of Abetone at 1700m.
  • Below the mountain range you have places like Lucca, Montecatini Terme, Vinci, Pistoia and then Florence. These offer flatter routes; heading south from any one of these towns you find more lightly undulating, but still iconic, scenery.
  • South of Florence you enter the famous Chianti region which offers stunning countryside views of the many vineyards made famous by Chianti. Nearby is Siena which is famous for the Strada Bianche pro race in early March and a perfect stepping stone to visit Chianti.
  • The west side coastline facing the Mediterranean is mainly a flat coastal region all the way south to Lazio.

Best towns in Tuscany (for cyclists)

When considering your cycling holidays, Tuscany can appear very large; it can be difficult to know which area to focus on and what the best cycling base in Tuscany is for your trip.

In this section I share a range of the best places to stay in Tuscany, based on my experience and knowledge of cycling in Tuscany.

Cyclist looking at grapes while on a cycling tour of Tuscany

Northern Tuscany

Lucca and Montecatini Terme are two of the best towns to stay in Tuscany. They offer great bases for cycling north into the mountain range. Head west towards the Tuscan coast for flatter coastal roads or south for undulating routes towards San Miniato, Vinci (birthplace of Leonardo) or San Gimignano UNESCO world heritage town.

Lucca is a beautiful Tuscan town surrounded by thick 16th Century walls. The walls are 4km long and you can walk or cycle along them. Lucca is also home to some of Italy’s finest mediaeval and Renaissance architecture, superb dining, antique markets, and summer music festivals. It provides easy access to stunning nearby villas and surrounding hills. There are also some great beaches close at hand! Unlike many towns in Tuscany, it isn’t a hilltop town, so it is ideal for anyone looking for flatter riding options.

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme is famous for being one of the best preserved spa towns in Italy, with its elegant art deco buildings, shops, al fresco bars and restaurants. Its leafy parks and laidback atmosphere give it a feeling of tranquility. It’s also less congested than many other towns in Tuscany. It’s a peaceful place to return to after a day riding your bike. In addition, there’s the unique chance to take the old wooden funicular railway built in 1889 up to Montecatini Alto. It offers stunning views of a wide panorama towards Lucca and within the medieval square there are many restaurants and bars to enjoy the local cuisine.

Mid Tuscany

Siena is a city rather than a town, but it’s perhaps the best city in Tuscany (Florence might have something to say about that but I prefer Siena). Gobsmackingly beautiful, it’s also a base that allows you to head in all directions with varying degrees of changes to the scenery. To the north is San Gimignano, to the west is Volterra, to the north east you find Chianti and in the south is the Crete Senesi region

Siena is one of the jewels in Tuscany’s crown, famous for its beautiful architecture and role in the Strade Bianche. Siena’s heart is its central piazza known as Il Campo, known worldwide for the famous Palio run here, a horse race run around the piazza every summer.

Siena also forms an excellent base for exploring the nearby Chianti countryside, which is famous for its gentle hills and characteristic combination of vineyards, olive groves and forests, dotted with red-tiled farmhouses, mediaeval churches and towers, abbeys, castles and magnificent villas.

Riding here, you’ll experience the beautiful forested Chianti hills as well as the iconic vineyards and olive groves. Chianti is dotted with interesting rural parish churches, monasteries, abbeys, villas and castles, often accessed via ancient dirt roads known here as strade bianche , “white roads”, which are lightly travelled and suitable not only for cars but also for bicycles. The Chianti farm houses themselves are often extremely attractive, often built around the remains of a mediaeval watch tower or even a castle.

Crete Senesi

Crete Senesi means the “clays of Siena”. The distinctive grey colouration of the soil gives the landscape an appearance often described as lunar. The landscape is characterised by barren and gently undulating hills, solitary oaks and cypresses, isolated farms at the top of the heights, stretches of wood and ponds of rainwater (commonly referred as fontoni, literally “big springs”) in the valleys .

Southern Tuscany

Pienza is another popular base for cyclists to stay in. It’s located in the heart of the Val d’Orcia UNESCO world heritage area. Here you have rolling hills and country roads with a mix of tarmac and gravel roads which give the distinctive look of huge open agricultural fields.

Val d’Orcia

Val d’Orcia is an incredible destination in rural Tuscany. This area was declared a UNESCO heritage region in 2004 and it has maintained its beauty for centuries. The rolling hills and beautiful villages in Tuscany have been the subject of many Renaissance paintings. It is full of mediaeval castles, vineyards, and olive groves as well as gorgeous farmhouses, isolated homesteads, roads lined with cypress trees, and golden fields of grain and sunflowers.

On the west side you have the famous Brunello wine region.

To the east you have Montepulciano, another famous historical town also made famous by its many vineyards.

The food is also exceptional, with high-quality items like pecorino cheese, extra virgin olive oil, and delicious wine. Cycling in the Val d’Orcia is an unforgettable journey through amazing panoramas and flavours. This paradise is where many of the most beautiful photos of Tuscany come from.

The routes in the south of Tuscany are a mixture of tarmac and gravel; of course, gravel is what makes southern Tuscany iconic. Here there is less traffic than in the north of Tuscany as it’s mainly agricultural. Scenes used in the English Patient and Gladiator scenes were filmed near Pienza.

Tuscany cycling routes

Below I share some of the best Tuscany cycle rides. They’re also personal favourites of mine. Of course there’s not room here to share all the best cycling routes in Tuscany, but hopefully this provides a good start!

Northern Tuscany: Lucca and Montecatini Terme

Two bikes in front of views towards Vinci, Tuscany

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Once you leave Lucca, you are immediately in the countryside. It’s worth stopping to take in one of the most famous of Lucca’s 16th Century villas, Villa Torregiani.

Biking along Tuscany’s many Cypress tree lined minor roads, you pass by many olive groves which produce Lucca’s famous and renowned olive oil. The route has a short climb (the only climb of the day) towards Montecarlo. One side of this small hilltop historical village is full of vineyards and the other side of the village is full of olive groves. There are great views of the countryside from this vantage point; it’s the perfect location for lunch or wine tasting.


  • 12km Villa Torregiani is a stunning villa and photo opportunity.
  • 24km visit the medieval village of Montecarlo for coffee or lunch in the main square. This is the only hill to climb of the whole day and there are many lunch options in the very centre of this medieval village.
  • 38km arrive into Montecatini Terme, a lovely small spa town.

Montecatini Terme to Vinci to San Miniato

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Once you leave Monsummano behind, you’re in the countryside amongst vineyards and olive groves. The route takes in various lovely villages including Lamporecchio and the climb of San Baronto. W ith lovely views of the countryside, a lunch or coffee at the top of the San Baronto climb is perfect. From San Baronto you have a really nice gentle but panoramic descent to Vinci, the birth place of Leornardo di Vinci. After Vinci you head towards Cerruto Guidi, a well known chianti wine area, which you will cycle past on your way to the historical hilltop town of San Miniato.

San Miniato is the end of the ride and offers great views of the countryside, showing you were you have cycled from. San Miniato is part of the famous Via Francigena pilgrim walk from Canterbury to Roma during the 12th century.

  • 21km Lamporechio village was the home of Vincenzo Nibali, winner of the Tour de France (2014), Giro d’Italia (2013 and 2016) and Vuelta (2010).
  • 22km start of a 3km climb to the iconic village of San Baronto. At the top is a bar and restaurant. You can take refreshments on the balcony overlooking the view of the countryside where you have cycled from.
  • Vinci village – you can visit the museum of Leornardo di Vinci in the old battlement centre (the Museum is very interesting and brings to life the drawings into models).

Mid Tuscany: Siena and Chianti

Cyclist looking at grapes while on a cycling tour of Tuscany

Siena to Radda in Chianti

This is a lovely picturesque Tuscany cycling route which starts in Siena and covers vineyards and some of the best villages in Tuscany, including Castellina in Chianti and Radda in Chianti, both in the heart of the Chianti Classico region.

It also takes in Monteriggioni mediaeval walled castle. The route after leaving Monteriggioni is quiet route with a climb to Castellina in Chianti where there’s the opportunity to enjoy a wine tasting at Castello di Fonterutoli . After this you have generous panoramic views all the way to the historical village of Radda in Chianti. This is such a lovely tiny village with enormous character with one high street filled with individual crafts, wine tasting, restaurants and cafes.

  • At 14km visit the walled castle of Monteriggioni
  • At 33km visit wine estate of Fonterutoli
  • At 38km visit the historical centre of Castellina in Chianti

San Gimignano to Siena

This is one of the most panoramic routes to Siena when cycling from the north. You leave San Gimignano with two climbs, but once on top of the mountain you have a wonderful slow descent and at the same time some of the best views in Tuscany as you head towards the small historical village of Casole D’Elsa.

A gradual descent takes you towards the very small village of Badia Isola – one of the refreshment stops on the famous Via Francigena Pilgrim walk. In the 12th Century it used to be an overnight stop for pilgrims and it’s now a museum to showcase its history.

Not long after this village you come across the stunning Monteriggioni castle ; it’s a great place for a refreshment stop.

As you head into Siena it will start to get busy but as you are arriving from the north it’s a quieter route into the city.

  • At 26km visit Castle d’Elsa village – lovely views of the countryside
  • At 43km visit Abbadia Isola located on the Via Francigena, its a lovely village to explore the fortified abbey once a resting place for the pilgrims as they made there way to Rome.
  • At 47km Visit the walled castle of Monteriggioni

Southern Tuscany: Val d’Orcia and Pienza

Cyclist in the Val D’Orcia Unesco world heritage area

Pienza to Montepulciano, Montichiello and Pienza

This is an easy route, with a light, gradual climb to Montepulciano with panoramic views of the countryside. As you enter Montepulciano you can’t help feeling this town has hardly changed since the 15th century, with its narrow streets and bustling shops offering local produce and a hilly walk to the main piazza for a coffee break.

After Montepulciano, you head south, with a section of gravel roads which is typical of some roads in Southern Tuscany, towards the small but picturesque village of Montichiello. Montichiello is a perfect place for lunch. After a great descent towards Bagno Vignoni you return to Pienza via a short climb.

  • 16 km coffee break inside Montepulciano
  • 29 km Montichiello has lovely views and is a good stop for coffee or lunch. It’s worth calling in advance to make sure the Osteria is open. If it’s a nice day, ask to book a table outside on the balcony – it has stunning views.

Pienza to Montisi and Montalcino

This is a really nice rolling hill route on quiet roads cycling past the small villages of Castelmuzio, Montisi and San Giovanni d’Asso. These are all perched on hilltops offering lovely views of the countryside and are ideal places for a refreshment stop.

Torrenieri village is the start of a 5 kilometre gravel section (used in the Giro d’Italia stage 7 in 2010 – this was one of the most iconic stages on a rain fueled day won by Cadel Evans). It’s now used as part of the L’Eroica long route. L’Eroica is the vintage bike festival held in October every year.

Brunello wine is world renowned and as you head towards the climb to Montalcino you will pass by many vineyards  surrounding the town. The GPS file indicates numerous Brunello wine estates offering wine tasting and light snack options before arriving at the hilltop town of Montalcino. Here you’ll find lovely main squares with lots of cafes and restaurants to eat al fresco as well as dedicated wine shops offering Brunello wine tasting experiences.

Once you leave Montalcino you have a wonderful descent for 12km and cycle around the iconic and highest mountain in the south of Tuscany, Monte Amiata. Thankfully you (mostly) cycle around it, but there is a long climb to 600m elevation before another long descent to Bagno Vignoni. This is an original open air Roman Spring Bath; when you visit the bath you can see hot water bubbles to the surface. The water originates 1,000m below the ground.

From 8 to 20km you pass through three quaint villages, each an ideal stop for a refreshment break.

As you cycle uphill to Montalcino you will see various wines estates. Make sure you book a wine tasting as the wine estate prefer notice in advance.

At 41km arrive in Montalcino beautiful preserved historical hilltop town surrounded by vineyards and wonderful panoramic views of the countryside from many vantage points.

At 72km visit the small village and view the open air Roman spring bath.

Crete Senesi: Castelnuovo Berardenga – Strade Bianche – Bounconvento – Pienza

Here you enter a new province of Crete Sinesi which is criss crossed by Strada Bianche (see dotted red lines). The sections shown are used in the Strade Bianche Road Race

It has the famous section they call Monte Santa Maria 11.5km section as Fabian Cancellara is honour of the three times winner of the race.

  • At 26km visit the abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore large Benedictine Monastery
  • At 35km visit historical town of Buonconvento
  • At 38 – 50km and 54 – 65km experience sections of Strada Bianche route as per the race .

Road quality in Tuscany

An important consideration for road cycling in Tuscany is – what are the roads like?!

Fortunately it’s pretty good news.

Cycling is very popular amongst both tourists and locals in Tuscany. At the weekends thousands of club riders head out in the morning to enjoy the varied riding.

Traffic is generally very considerate to cyclists, there are so many amateur cycle events and professional races in the region that motorists are used to seeing and accommodating cyclists bike riding Tuscany’s roads.

There are few traffic free cycle paths in Tuscany; there are some on the coast but in the interior, cyclists have to share the road with motorists.

In the north, I tend to find mostly smooth roads in the towns to be generally pretty good but I’d suggest staying off the main A roads due to traffic. The surfaces in the south and west are in much better condition as less people live here, there is less industry and it’s rare to see large trucks/wagons on the roads as this part of the region is the agricultural and wine-producing part of Tuscany.

Cycling events in Tuscany

Given how popular bike riding in Tuscany is, it’s not surprising that it’s also home to two major annual cycling events that attract thousands of riders each year:

  • Strade Bianche in early March
  • Tirreno – Adriatico always starts in Tuscany in mid March
  • L’Eroica in early October

Strade Bianche

Strade Bianche is Tuscany’s most famous cycling event. It’s held in Siena over the first weekend in March. It’s swiftly become one of cycling’s most famous races.

On Saturday of the Strade Bianche weekend, you have the opportunity to watch the riders sign on and mingle with spectators and watch the start of the women’s race followed by the men’s race. You have plenty of time to watch the women finish on the famous Santa Caterina climb before heading to the car and going to the 60 km point to the finish at San Martino gravel climb to see the men (and entourage). You can then head to the finish to watch the men climb San Martino.

On Sunday of the Strade Bianche weekend, you can participate with 6,000 riders in the same event with a 90 or 140 km route experiencing the same routes and finish as the pros. There is no other event quite like this that allows you to finish so spectacularly in the main Piazza del Campo. With an array of al fresco bars and restaurants, there are plenty of places to quench your thirst.

L’Eroica, Chianti

L’Eroica is an annual non-competitive vintage cycling event which has taken place since 1997. The idea of the event is to let cyclists experience vintage cycling during the golden years of Italian Cycling in the 40’s and 50’s, with participants using vintage steel bikes, accessories and vintage clothing. To participate you must have a steel bike pre-1987 and wear old fashioned woollen cycling clothes in keeping with the traditional event.

The event starts and finishes in Gaiole in Chianti with the 209 and 135 km route on Saturday and the 106, 81 and 46 km routes on Sunday.

The route is often on “strade bianche”, the white gravel roads Tuscany is famous for. It is held on the first Sunday of October every year. It showcases the stunning Chianti Classico and Crete Sinesi countryside with refreshment stops along many villages offering local specialities such as Tuscan bread dipped in wine, pig fat bruschetta, Ribolita soup, sandwiches, fruit and of course local wine.

L’Eroica is the most popular vintage bike event in the world, with riders coming from as far as America, Australia and South Africa, as well as across Europe. It’s a fun weekend with a huge cycle as well as local stall holders offering many wine and food experiences plus live music.

L’Eroica, Montalcino

This is a recently introduced vintage bike event based around Montalcino.

The organisers felt that riders on the 209km l’Eroica Chianti event in October where the only riders able to see the beauty of this southern region of Tuscany. (On the 209km route, Montalcino is the southern most part of the ride; from here, riders then turn and head towards back to Gaiole in Chianti via Buonconvento and Asciano.)

This new event allows more riders to experience the southern part of the vintage bike event. The organisers created a new event called “L’Eroica Montalcino” offering 46, 70, 96 and 135km routes on the last weekend in May.

Giro d’Italia

The Giro can often be found visiting Tuscany.

One of Italy’s road cycling heroes, the Giro’s three-time champion Gino Bartali even has a cycling museum dedicated to him in Ponte e Ema in Florence. It displays 19th-century bicycles, as well as two bikes ridden by Gino.

Giro d’Italia again visits Tuscany in 2023, with two stages on the Versilian coastline, stage 10 finishing in Viareggio and stage 11 starting in Camaiore.

Tour de France

New for 2024! The Tour de France will start in Florence in homage to the past giants of Italian Cycling, Fausto Coppi, Gino Bartali, Ricardo Nencini, Ottavio Bottecchia, Marco Pantani, Felice Gimondi and the last winner of the Tour from Italy, Vincenzo Nibali.

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Hotels (and accommodation) for cyclists in Tuscany

In my experience, most accommodation welcomes cyclists; cycling is a popular sport in Tuscany and it’s a growing market, with a strong trend in demand from tour operators.

There are no specific bike hotels as such, but all hotels tend to offer facilities for bike storage and early breakfast if needed. However, don’t expect mechanical assistance as standard, as these are not bike-specific hotels.

Types of accommodation

Town centre hotels.

As Tuscany is such a popular destination, you’ll find great places to stay inside every historical town. Usually they’ll be 3 star establishments and occasionally 4 star.  The challenge is that these towns are small and demand in the summer is very high, so it’s important to book early to secure the hotel.

Italian agriturismos

Agriturismos are also popular in the Tuscan countryside but again especially in the summer demand is high, booking one or two nights is not going to be accepted. They prefer 4 night minimum stays in high season.

Wine estates

Accommodation in castles or wine estates in Chianti or Brunello region are another possibility. They are expensive but are at a level of quality way above any of the hotels in towns. They usually offer their own restaurant, swimming pools, health club and winery to provide an exceptional experience.

Bike-friendly hotels in Tuscany

Below I share some of our favourite cycling hotels in Tuscany; these tie in with the regions above.

Hotel Luna is a 3 star superior hotel that’s very much inside the mediaeval walled town of Lucca. It has characterful rooms and you are close to all facilities and amenities.

In a much quieter location is Hotel San Martino , still inside the mediaeval centre.

Hotel La Villa is a stylish 3-star modern hotel with a fantastic location in the north of the city. It’s easy to cycle to as it’s away from the very centre of Siena but within 5 minutes walk you are in the city

Hotel Minerva is a more traditional 3-star hotel located north of the city but again it’s easy to cycle to. It has a large covered and secure car park for the bikes and vehicles.

There’s not much of a range of hotels in Pienza, but I like these two very good and well located hotels. Both are three star. They are Hotel San Gregorio and Relais Chiostro di Pienza .

The San Gregorio suites are well priced and offer 1 large bedroom and a large room with sofa, table, chairs and a fridge.

The Relais Chiostro di Pienza is located inside the village. It’s a former Franciscan Monastery dating back to the 13th century and offers stunning panoramic views of the countryside as well as an outdoor swimming pool. It has an in house restaurant offering al fresco tables with great views and charming hotel rooms .

Hotel Belvedere is a newly renovated 4-start hotel that only opened in late summer 2022. It has all modern facilities and is in a nice quiet location away from the hustle and bustle of the town.

Francia Quirinale is the other 4 star hotel that’s centrally located close to cafes and bars. It’s old style design offers a nice balcony to enjoy drinks.

You can find other bike hotels in Tuscany in this article.

Bike hire in Tuscany

If you’re looking for bike hire in Tuscany, you’ll be pleased to hear that you can find it in places like Lucca, Montecatini, Siena and Montepulciano.

However many secondary towns and hilltop villages, such as Vinci, San Gimignano, Montalcino, Pienza and San Miniato do not have bicycle rental available.

There are three bike rental shops in Tuscany that I use:

Ruota a Ruota

Via S. Donato,

Colle di Val D’elsa

loc. Pian dell’Olmino, 77

53034 – Colle di Val d’Elsa (SIENA)

Cicli Maggi

Viale Ammiraglio Morin, 79

55042 – Forte dei Marmi

You can expect all Tuscany bike shops to speak English. Also, you can expect them to be open throughout the week, except Sunday. Be aware that most close for lunch from 1 – 3pm.

Cycling through Tuscany near San Quirico

Bike shops in Tuscany

Occasionally you may need assistance due to a problem with your bike you can’t sort out yourself.

Most major towns have bike shops but secondary towns will not always have a bike shops so be aware to make a note of your routes and locate the nearest bike shop in case of emergency.

Big stores like Decathlon and Nencini sport are available within the region and are also a great source of bike parts and service / repair.

Remember all bike shops are closed on Sunday.

Bike tours in Tuscany

Cycling Tuscany on a self-guided trip is, in my opinion, the best way to see the region. It gives the flexibility of being able to start any day of the week and in any month of the year, with the convenience and time-saving advantages of having a local cyclist and support on hand.

Tuscany cycling tour options: self-guided or add a guide

Via my business, Gusto Cycling , I offer 7 night / 8 day self-guided Tuscany cycle tours. If requested, we can also provide a guide to accompany the clients.

There are two tours, one is Tuscany South and the other is Tuscany North.

These tours give you the opportunity to really immerse yourself in Tuscany via the backroads of the countryside, quaint villages, wine estates, olive groves and enjoy stopping for a cappuccino or lunch with lovely views during the day.

Prices include luggage transfers and routes I’ve personally created along many of the best roads in Tuscany, with distances to suit your group.

Tuscany North (Lucca to Siena or Siena to Lucca)

  • Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Stay overnight in beautiful Lucca, the preserved 15th-century walled town
  • Stay overnight in Montecatini Terme, a lovely small Baroque spa town and visit Montecatini Alto with its stunning views and mediaeval setting.
  • Visit Vinci the birthplace of Leornarado di Vinci
  • Stay in quality accommodation, with warm hospitality, all hand-picked by me.
  • Visit and stay overnight in San Gimignano and Siena, both stunning mediaeval towns.
  • I will provide each day a list of places to enjoy a coffee break and lunch so you can maximise your Tuscan experience.

Tuscany South (Siena to Montalcino or Montalcino to Siena)

  • Visit the famous towns of San Gimignano, Radda In Chianti, Pienza, Montepulciano and Montalcino.
  • Bike ride through stunning landscapes, wide-open fields, cypress-lined Tuscan hills, and many of the best wineries in Tuscany.
  • Cycle through the historic wine regions of Tuscany, sampling the best wines of Chianti, Montepulciano, and Montalcino.
  • Stay in quality accommodation, with warm hospitality, all handpicked by me.
  • Visit the wine and the renowned cheese of Pecorino in Montepulciano and Pienza.
  • Cycle along the rolling hills of Chianti and Crete Sinesi, plus cycling through Tuscany’s stunning UNESCO heritage region of Val d’Orcia.
  • I will provide each day a list of places to enjoy a coffee break and lunch so you can maximise your experience.

Distances can vary each day from 35 – 50km. With the odd exception, elevations usually vary from 500 – 1000m elevation. Usually it’s not mountainous but it does tend to get more hilly the further south you go. The reward from these hills is the spectacular views of the countryside.

Bespoke routes

I am always happy to tailor the routes on our Tuscany cycling tours for groups, couples, families – and even this year a couple on their honeymoon who are staying in some of the most spectacular properties in Italy!

We also cater for family cycling holidays in Tuscany. I tend to direct theses type of enquiries to Tuscany south as we can route the tour via much more gravel sections off road allowing to cycle between smaller towns. Also accommodation options means we can provide shorter distances each day.

Rental bikes for the tour

We can supply many different kinds of bikes, depending what our clients are looking for: hybrid, electric hybrid, gravel bikes, carbon racing bikes, electric racing bikes and even tandems!

The bikes are always serviced before delivery to the client’s hotel and we ensure all is well with it.

Mechanical assistance

All bikes are provided with a puncture kit (one inner tube, tyre leavers and Co2 Valve) and we expect all customers to be able to change an inner tube.

In the very rare case there is a need for a mechanic we can dispatch one within a reasonable time frame.

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When to visit Tuscany

The ideal season to cycle Tuscany is April (average temperatures around 19 degrees), May (average temperatures around 23 degrees) and June (average temperatures around 28 degrees).

Early Autumn in Tuscany is also a good time to visit, from September (26 degrees) to October (21 degrees). During these months, temperatures are great for cycling and al fresco dining. There are also many festivities throughout the May and June period.

The weather is really hot between the end of June to the end of August, and temperatures can reach anything from an average of 32 to 38 degrees with a high humidity factor. During these months, e-bikes can be your best friend.

Even if you come at one of the optimal times of year, I’d still suggest bringing a light rain jacket and possibly a wind jacket if you are cycling down the higher mountains. However, it’s very rare that there is significant wind as the northern mountains of Tuscany block the wind coming from the northern part of Italy.

If you prefer riding in a short sleeve jersey, bring some arm warmers as well as they can be useful for cool early morning starts and are easy to place in your back pocket after an early start in the morning.

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I always suggest clients try all the food as it’s so varied from town to town. Every part of Tuscany has their own style of ragu, cheese, wine and bread.

For example, in Lucca you would not be offered pappardelle with wild boar meat: that is offered in the south of Siena and Pienza. Also pici pasta and a local speciality dish called cacio e pepe (huge spaghetti with Pecorino cheese) are found in Siena but not elsewhere. Siena is also known for its panforte Christmas dessert.

Meanwhile Pienza is well known for all types of Pecorino cheese. Lucca is well known for olive oil. Florence is known for its ribollita soups.

You get the picture!

Every town has a fountain for access to fresh cold water.

Wine regions include Cerruta Guidi, Chianti, Brunello, Montepulciao and more.

There are now many wine estates in most parts of Tuscany. Many are internationally known like Chianti and Brunello but there are also more regional estates catering for the Italian market.

When visiting wine estates it’s important to book a time slot. Wine tasting and wine tours are becoming more and more popular and invariably they will not be able to add another booking if you just turn up, as staff levels limit more bookings.

Also many wine estates offer light or full lunch with wine tasting again. As before, you need to book in advance if you wish to enjoy a food experience with the wine.


Every restaurant closes one day a week. It’s important if you have a restaurant in mind to check they are open on the day you plan to visit.

Weekends are very busy in the restaurant trade. Sunday is as busy as Saturday so I’d always suggest booking at weekends.

Also a small but important detail! Steaks are always cooked rare to medium rare. If you want it better cooked make sure you advise the waiter taking the order.

Remember shops close for lunch from 13.00 – 15.00. However most cafe bars generally open all day.

If you are wondering what to buy from convenience stores, for the perfect sandwich, you could consider buying fresh cut parma ham, Toscano salami, fennel salami and pecorino cheese from the deli.

If there is a group of you heading to Tuscany and you’re planning to bring your own bikes then I’d recommend booking early and getting a minibus. For example our minibus vans can carry five people and five bikes. Any more than this number and you would need two mini buses. Alternatively, take the easier option and do a self guided tour of Tuscany and arrange for luggage to be transferred each day.

However if you are staying in one location then you can skip the car rental market completely. I’d suggest hiring the racing bikes you need, booking a private transfer to your first night’s destination and have the bikes delivered to your hotel. On the last day take a private transfer back to the airport.

Bike choice

Choosing the right bike for your bicycle tour of Tuscany is important as it depends how comfortable you would be for a week’s cycling.

If you’re looking for a leisure holiday, whilst an aluminium hybrid bike has a great range of gears which give you comfort to cycle and give you the scope to cycle up any hills on your tour, it will be heavy. You can expect front suspension, wide tyres, disc brakes and rear panniers.

For those hiring road bikes in Tuscany, I’d suggest a minimum of 25mm sized tyres. If you plan to cycle on strada bianche roads please advise the bike shop so that gravel bikes are offered. These come with 28- 34mm tyres, giving you much more scope for comfort.

Touring Editore Toscana is a great book – but be aware it’s in Italian!

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Public transport

Railway travel in Italy is one of the cheapest in Europe. Bikes are allowed on regional trains; you have to pay extra but it’s not expensive and there are special rail carriages for bike storage. It’s definitely worth booking in advance as otherwise bike tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis so space is not guaranteed.

Useful vocabulary

English is not always spoken outside the main historic and cultural centres of Tuscany, so it’s useful to know a few words of Italian for your Tuscany bike trip:

  • Dove E – where is?
  • Biciclettaio – bike shop
  • Forato – puncture
  • Dove si puo mangiare – where can we eat?

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How to get to Tuscany

Pisa and Florence Airport are the two airports in Tuscany. Pisa has many more flights then Florence as Florence has a short runway and so is only allowed to have smaller aircraft.

Alternatively, you can fly into Rome and take the fast Trenitalia or Italo train from Rome to Florence in 90 minutes. There are often four trains an hour to and from Rome to Florence. If you book online it will be cheaper based on set departure times. However, on these fast trains there is no room for bike boxes.

Trains are the best and cheapest option to travel from the airport – www.trenitalia.it offers you the fast intercity trains and the local train services with timings and prices to book online.

Final thoughts

A huge thank you to Marco for sharing so much useful information about Tuscany cycling holidays! If you want to find out more about Marco’s trips and get planning a Tuscan cycling adventure, do head over to his website Gusto Cycling.

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Marco runs Gusto Cycling. He says “I have always been interested in cycling, ever since my uncle took me to see a cycle race in Tuscany when I was 11 years old. This opened my eyes to a new sport and experience. I have been a cyclist ever since, both here in the UK and in Tuscany.

I have spent my whole career in the travel business, working with international tour operators. This gave me a full grounding in managing tours.

I started Gusto Cycling 12 years ago to capitalise on my huge knowledge of Tuscany (all my family is from Montecatini Terme). We offer a unique and a more authentic perspective on cycling in Tuscany via two different tours: Tuscany North and Tuscany South.

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Ride along quiet roads lined with cypress trees in the beautiful Tuscan landscape

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All was great. Traveling without the hassle of bikes was worth every penny. Having the routes pre-loaded made for ease when unsure where to go ride safely.

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Great location. Charming village with more restaurant options than I expected. Loved being in just one place. Plenty of options on rides. Lorenzo was a gracious manager and available to address any issues. The accommodations were perfect. Very comfortable and quiet. The breakfasts from the hotel’s top class restaurant were great.

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Additional Arrival Information

We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Florence’s Amerigo Vespucci Airport (FLR) and rent a car for the duration of the trip. Most major rental car companies are available at FLR. Advance booking is recommended. If you are not renting a car, the Florence airport is about three miles from the town center. You can take a taxi (approximately €20) to the centre of town, or a bus which departs hourly. From Florence (Santa Maria Novella train station) there are frequent direct trains to Siena. The trip takes about 90 minutes and a one-way ticket costs about ten euros. Italian train schedules can be found on www.TrenItalia.com .

The trip takes place in the Tuscan countryside that is not well served by public transportation. For this reason, if you have not rented a car, we suggest you take a taxi ride from Siena to San Quirico d'Orcia. A private transfer from Siena to San Quirico takes about one hour and costs approximately €150. We suggest you contact our local driver ahead of time to arrange the transfer. Our Trip Consultant can provide you with our recommended local contact information.

Your Trek Travel host will meet you at your trip hotel Villa Liberty (Via Dante Alighieri 119, 53027 San Quirico D'orcia SI) at 11:00 AM on the first day of the trip. Depending on the number of guests booked for your departure date, it is possible we will ask you to shift your meeting time by approximately 30 minutes. Please have your riding gear readily accessible to avoid having to unpack your luggage. After a trip overview, you may change into your cycling gear where you will then be fitted to your Trek bike ensuring you will be comfortable for the week. Following a safety talk and a review of the details of the route, you'll begin the day's ride through the Tuscan countryside.

If you will be late for the meeting or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your host. If you cannot reach them, please call our hotel, Villa Liberty (+39 0577 899028) and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details.

Additional Departure Information

Your Trek Travel host will meet you at 11:00 AM at the trip hotel to take your bike and equipment before your departure. The hotel staff will be happy to reserve a taxi for you for Florence or other destinations. The trip to the airport in Florence takes approximately two hours. Please allow adequate connection time for any ongoing travel to accommodate possible traffic delays.

Day 1 Welcome to the rolling hills of the Val d'Orcia

Welcome to the rolling hills of the Val d'Orcia

Meet your Trek Travel host at your hotel, Villa Liberty, located in the heart of the medieval village of San Quirico d’Orcia. They'll give you a brief orientation of the adventures ahead and will fit you to your Trek bike, ensuring a comfortable ride for the week. Then, it's off on your self-guided bike tour in the enchanting landscape of the Val d’Orcia, famous for its unique and pristine views. Your first stop is the tiny medieval spa town of Bagno Vignoni, wh... Meet your Trek Travel host at your hotel, Villa Liberty, located in the heart of the medieval village of San Quirico d’Orcia. They'll give you a brief orientation of the adventures ahead and will fit you to your Trek bike, ensuring a comfortable ride for the week. Then, it's off on your self-guided bike tour in the enchanting landscape of the Val d’Orcia, famous for its unique and pristine views. Your first stop is the tiny medieval spa town of Bagno Vignoni, where you can dip your toes in the historic thermal springs and take pictures of the Roman baths located right at its center. Continue this scenic loop with a gentle climb up to Pienza, a UNESCO heritage site renowned for its pecorino cheese and considered one of the symbols of the Italian Renaissance. Wander through its streets and grab the best gelato in town at “Buon Gusto” before cycling back to your hotel at your leisure. Take some time to relax perhaps with a glass of wine in the garden and afterwards we suggest you walk to one of our favorite restaurants in the heart of San Quirico to enjoy your first Tuscan dinner! Read More

Villa Liberty

Meals included

Visit Pienza

Highlight of the Day

Visit Pienza

Stroll through this UNESCO heritage site with a gelato in hand and get a photo of the valley below from one of the amazing viewpoints!... Stroll through this UNESCO heritage site with a gelato in hand and get a photo of the valley below from one of the amazing viewpoints! Read More

Ride Options

Ride Option 1


San Quirico to Bagno Vignoni to Pienza Loop - Approximately 19 mi | 30 km and 1,458 ft | 444 m


Visit a Roman Thermal Spa Town

Day 2 Montalcino—the home of the famous Brunello DOCG wine

Montalcino—the home of the famous Brunello DOCG wine

This morning’s route lifts you high above the Val d’Orcia, a vista of rolling hills blanketed with vines and cypress trees. You'll ride up to Castiglione d’Orcia, admiring the remains of what was once the mighty Rocca Aldobrandesca, a fortress that dominates the village. Your first stop today will be the renowned Abbazia di Sant’Antimo, a monumental 12th-century Romanesque abbey, where if you're lucky, you may arrive to the haunting choral harmonies of the ... This morning’s route lifts you high above the Val d’Orcia, a vista of rolling hills blanketed with vines and cypress trees. You'll ride up to Castiglione d’Orcia, admiring the remains of what was once the mighty Rocca Aldobrandesca, a fortress that dominates the village. Your first stop today will be the renowned Abbazia di Sant’Antimo, a monumental 12th-century Romanesque abbey, where if you're lucky, you may arrive to the haunting choral harmonies of the monks' Gregorian chants. Your lunch destination is the walled village of Montalcino with its 14th-century fortress and steep cobblestone streets. Here you can discover the delights of Brunello wine, one of the finest Italian varietals, and enjoy lunch at your leisure at one of Montalcino’s many trattorias. When you're ready, cycle back to San Quirico along winding roads and relax at the hotel before selecting a local bistro in town from the list of Trek Travel recommendations. Read More

Discover Brunello wine

Discover Brunello wine

Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy's finest wines. At lunch in the walled village of Montalcino, taste this varietal at a trattoria , e... Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy's finest wines. At lunch in the walled village of Montalcino, taste this varietal at a trattoria , either on its own or paired with each course of your meal. Read More

San Quirico to Montalcino Loop - Approximately 34 mi | 54 and 3,927 ft | 1,196 m

Ride Option 2


San Quirico to Monticchiello to Montalcino Loop - Approximately 48 mi | 77 km and 4,822 ft | 1,470 m

Visit the Abbazia di Sant’Antimo

Day 3 Traverse the moonscape of the Crete Senesi

Traverse the moonscape of the Crete Senesi

Today you’ll head north following winding ribbons of road into gently undulating terrain into one of Italy’s most dramatic regions, the Crete Senesi. Here vineyards and olive trees give way to cultivated fields crossed occasionally by rows of cypress trees and a few solitary farmhouses. Riding here gives you a feeling of peace and, if you feel like adding some more mileage and elevation, take the avid route to Asciano, pedaling through meandering roads overlooki... Today you’ll head north following winding ribbons of road into gently undulating terrain into one of Italy’s most dramatic regions, the Crete Senesi. Here vineyards and olive trees give way to cultivated fields crossed occasionally by rows of cypress trees and a few solitary farmhouses. Riding here gives you a feeling of peace and, if you feel like adding some more mileage and elevation, take the avid route to Asciano, pedaling through meandering roads overlooking the surrounding ridges on an other-worldly route. We highly recommend you stop for lunch at our favourite restaurant in the tiny village of Montisi, Taverna da Roberto (please, make a reservation ahead of time). You'll be amazed by the passion and love he puts into preparing a delicious farm to table lunch for his guests! After lunch, continue your loop back to the medieval village of San Quirico d’Orcia where you can relax, perhaps with a spa session. The evening is yours to explore the cobbled streets of the town and to enjoy dinner at one of the many small bistros recommended by our local experts. Read More

Ride in the Crete Senesi moonscape

Ride in the Crete Senesi moonscape

The Crete Senesi, Tuscany's badlands, offer some of the week's most dramatic views. The clay-dense soil creates an almost lunar landscape, w... The Crete Senesi, Tuscany's badlands, offer some of the week's most dramatic views. The clay-dense soil creates an almost lunar landscape, with undulating fields that invite you to stop and marvel at its beauty. Read More

San Quirico to San Giovanni d'Asso Loop - Approximately 25 mi | 40 km and 2,465 ft | 751 m

San Quirico to San Giovanni d'Asso to Asciano Loop - Approximately 43 mi | 69 km and 4,377 ft | 1,334 m

Experience Roberto's Slow Food Movement

Day 4 Discover Montepulciano, a charming town of rare beauty offering a "noble wine"!

Discover Montepulciano, a charming town of rare beauty offering a "noble wine"!

Enjoy your morning cappuccino before venturing out on a spectacular ride through the Val d'Orcia. Your destination today is one of Tuscany's prettiest towns, strung along a ridge at 605 meters above sea level and surrounded by walls and fortifications. Montepulciano is well known for its Renaissance buildings and churches, but it is especially renowned for its noble wine “Vino Nobile di Montepulciano"—simply divine! Stop for lunch in this elegant town and don't ... Enjoy your morning cappuccino before venturing out on a spectacular ride through the Val d'Orcia. Your destination today is one of Tuscany's prettiest towns, strung along a ridge at 605 meters above sea level and surrounded by walls and fortifications. Montepulciano is well known for its Renaissance buildings and churches, but it is especially renowned for its noble wine “Vino Nobile di Montepulciano"—simply divine! Stop for lunch in this elegant town and don't miss the opportunity of tasting its high-level vintage made from Tuscan Sangiovese grapes. There are plenty of wineries where you can sample it. After lunch, continue your ride at your own pace surrounded by idyllic cultivated hills. Back at the hotel in San Quirico, take some time to relax with a stroll in town soaking up the tranquil atmosphere of this ancient medieval village. Tonight, we suggest you dine at the local trattoria Il Vecchio Forno to celebrate a trip of a lifetime in a magical region of Italy! Read More

Visit Montepulciano

Visit Montepulciano

Stop for lunch at one of Tuscany's prettiest towns. Explore its medieval streets filled with Renaissance buildings and churches and taste it... Stop for lunch at one of Tuscany's prettiest towns. Explore its medieval streets filled with Renaissance buildings and churches and taste its famous “Vino Nobile di Montepulciano." Read More

San Quirico to Montepulciano Loop - Approximately 32 mi | 52 km and 3,750 ft | 1,143 m

San Quirico to Torrita to Montepulciano Loop - Approximately 39 mi | 63 km and 2,765 ft | 843 m

Day 5 Rise early and watch the sun rise over the Tuscan countryside

Rise early and watch the sun rise over the Tuscan countryside

If you're up for it, close out your Tuscany self-guided bike tour by rising early for a final bike ride to Monticchiello as you watch the sunrise creeping over the classic Tuscan countryside. Or simply linger over a hot cappuccino and walk into town at your leisure, enjoying your final moments in this enchanting region. Your Trek Travel host will meet you at the hotel at 11:00 AM to take your bike and say farewell before you leave for Florence or other destinations.

Sunrise ride to Monticchiello

Sunrise ride to Monticchiello

End your Tuscany Self-Guided Bike Tour with a sunrise ride. Wind up a quiet backroad to Monticchiello for breathtaking views of Pienza, San ... End your Tuscany Self-Guided Bike Tour with a sunrise ride. Wind up a quiet backroad to Monticchiello for breathtaking views of Pienza, San Quirico, and the surrounding hills. Read More

San Quirico to Monticchiello Return - Approximately 20 mi | 32 km and 1,494 ft | 455 m

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Rider Information

Rider Level: 3

Terrain: Hilly

The terrain is consistently hilly. Every day the routes will feature hills as many of the towns you stop at sit atop hills. The ascents are not exceptionally steep, however they are often upwards of five kilometers long, and along narrow and winding roads. Our Tuscany Self-Guided Bike Tour is best suited for our Level 3 Riders. For those eager to experience every mile but mindful of their physical limits, our electric bike option offers a comfortable and enjoyable solution. Level 4+ Riders will enjoy the extra mileage the avid route options offer.

Daily Average

26 miles | 42 kilometers

132 miles | 212 kilometers

2,432 feet | 741 meters

12,159 feet | 3,706 meters

There are a variety of non-riding options on this trip for riders who want to take the afternoon off or travel companions who want to spend little or no time in the saddle. Non-riders are welcome on a Self-Guided trip if they are staying in the same room with a riding guest. Non-riders will be offered a $500 discount from the trip price. Please contact a trip consultant for details and to book a non-riding companion. Some of these options may need to be scheduled before your trip—please contact one of our Trip Consultants for more information. Except as specified in the itinerary, expenses and transportation to these activities are not included in the trip price. Some non-riding options on this trip are:

  • Shop and explore the medieval villages of Pienza , San Quirico, Montalcino, and Montepulciano
  • Relax by the pool in the hotel's beautiful gardens
  • Stroll through quaint medieval villages
  • Enjoy a wine tasting of the renowned Brunello wine in the heart of Montalcino
  • Experience an olive oil tasting tour
  • Take a traditional Tuscan cuisine cooking class

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On a self-guided tour you need to feel comfortable changing a flat, as this is a common event when cycling. All self-guided trips include Ride With GPS, which is like having a personal guide in your pocket! You'll get turn-by-turn directions and recommendations from Ride With GPS, plus the you'll have the added navigation support of a Garmin GPS. In the rare case of a bicycle breakdown or mechanical issue beyond a simple repair, your Ride With GPS app will have detailed contact information with emergency phone numbers to call for assistance. Learn more about our Self-Guided Bike Tours .

  • Up to three daily route options
  • Ride With GPS app loaded with emergency phone numbers and local suggestions
  • Pre-loaded routes on a Garmin GPS

Garmin Edge GPS cycling computer

Villa Liberty is an elegant 4-star boutique hotel set in an ancient Renaissance villa with bright and spacious communal areas. The rooms are a perfect blend of Tuscan tradition and modern luxury, decorated with exclusive works of art. Instead of a fully dedicated wellness area, the spa’s features are scattered throughout the property in the heart of charming San Quirico d’Orcia. There is also access to a wonderful outdoor pool surrounded by tranquil gardens where you can relax after the ride. Breakfast is served at the hotel’s own traditional trattoria “Al Vecchio Forno” within short walking distance from the accommodation.

Bikes & Gear

Trek Domane SL 7 Gen 3

Trek Domane SL 7 Gen 3

The Domane SL 7 Gen 3 is a beautiful, high-performance endurance road bike with wireless electronic Ultegra Di2 12-speed drivetrain for fast, precision shifting in any conditions. The combination of the lightweight carbon frame with front and rear IsoSpeed, carbon wheels that come stock on the bike, and hydraulic disc brakes keep it smooth, safe, fast, and most importantly, fun!

Verve+ electric assist lowstep bike

Trek Electric-Assist Verve+

Fun from the first pedal stroke, venture further on our Trek Verve+. With its low-step frame design, upright riding position, and the barely-there Bosch electric motor, the Verve+ has one goal: pure enjoyment. Designed for both comfort and adventure, get a boost up the hills when you need it with energy to spare.

Additional Gear

  • Trek Travel water bottles to keep
  • Bontrager saddle
  • Bontrager helmet
  • Bontrager front and rear Flare R lights
  • Garmin Edge 830 or 1030 GPS computer with pre-loaded routes
  • Shimano SPD-SL road style pedals, Shimano SPD mountain style pedals, caged, or flat pedals
  • A flat pack containing a tube, levers, and a CO2 cartridge with inflator
  • For the most comfortable ride, we recommend you bring your own saddle. If you prefer, you can bring your own pedals and helmet on the trip and your host will install your gear on the first day during your bike fit.

A collage of cycling gear guests will use on a Trek Travel Self-Guided Bike Tour.

Trip Inclusions

  • Four nights of accommodation at one handpicked hotel
  • Daily breakfast
  • Daily lunch and dinner recommendations
  • Up to three daily route options on riding days
  • A bike lock, all necessary chargers and a floor pump
  • Bike fit on the first day to help you find your optimal riding position
  • Ride With GPS Experience on your phone to get all the information you need on your self-guided adventure

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  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip meeting/departing locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Trek Travel
  • While we provide daily breakfast, the other meals are not included. On self-guided trips, Trek Travel provides restaurant recommendations and invites you to explore the local cuisine at your leisure
  • Trek Travel jersey's are not included on our Self-Guided bike tours but they are available for purchase. Visit our Trek Travel Online Shop to see your options.

Guide Gratuities

For self-guided bike tours you are welcome to thank your host (preferably in the local currency) with a gratuity based on their level of professionalism and service.

Additional Details

Your Day. You Decide.

Our self-guided vacations are designed to fit all types of travel styles. Whether you like to spend your time relaxing or on a non-stop adventure, you get to decide what your day looks like. Choose your mileage, itinerary, and experience level and leave the rest to us!

Your Trip Need to Knows:

  • We do our best to avoid busy roadways as much as possible, however, urban riding and sections of busy roads are unavoidable for some segments of your rides.
  • It’s a good idea to carry cash when visiting some of Tuscany’s smaller villages and for paying for small items like coffee. You’ll be amazed at the quality of coffee you can get for just a few euros.
  • Expect slower service in restaurants and cafés in Tuscany. Be aware that meals usually take a little longer and are traditionally multiple courses.

Before and After Your Trip

Siena, Italy

One of Italy's medieval jewels, Siena is a labryinth of rambling red-brick lanes. Siena's heart is its central piazza known as Il Campo, a shell-shaped square dominated by the red Palazzo Pubblico and its tower, Torre del Mangia. Admire it from below or climb over 500 steps to the top to enjoy a wonderful view—this is one stop you don't want to miss in Siena. Piazza del Campo is known worldwide for its architectural beauty and its particular "shell" form. Another unmissable highlight is the stunning Gothic Duomo full of treasures, including its marble pavement, Piccolomini library frescoes, and incredibly ornate interiors. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel:

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Where to Stay

Hotel Athena

This 4-star hotel is nestled among the heart of the old town, with the cathedral and Piazza del Campo only steps away. It has been designed with luxury and rustic sensibility in mind, as each room comes equipped with a range of modern amenities. Enjoy panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside from a rooftop terrace adjacent to the hotel bar. www.hotelathena.com

Grand Hotel Continental Siena

Set in a 17th-century building, this luxury 5-star hotel is located in the historical center of Siena, 250 meters from Piazza Campo square. It offers elegant rooms with frescoed ceilings and period furnishings. With treasured artwork, rooms and suites feature porcelain and Travertine marble details, and original Tuscan terracotta floors. The elegant Sapordivino restaurant offers gourmet traditional cuisine, while at the Lounge Bar by Sapordivino guests can enjoy an aperitif or cocktail. www.starhotels.com

Palazzo Ravizza

This historic 3-star hotel is a family-run property in the heart of Siena, offering elegant rooms with characteristic 1920s furnishings. All rooms are different in size, and furnishings vary from frescoed walls or ceilings to terracotta floors. Some rooms have views of the garden or the hills surrounding Siena. www.palazzoravizza.com

Florence, Italy

Florence is the majestic heart of Renaissance art and intellect. Several days can be spent wandering the streets in the shadow of Brunelleschi’s Duomo and strolling beside the Arno. Along with the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, the Uffizi gallery, a pillar of the Renaissance and Medici eras, merits a visit. Michelangelo's David in the Galleria dell'Accademia is not to be missed. Keep in mind while exploring Florence that opening hours vary and are quite often inconsistent. Different museums are open on different days and lines can be very long. It’s worthwhile to pay a few extra euros and pre-book your tickets—this will enable you to bypass long lines of visitors at the entrances. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel:

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Eurostars Florence Boutique

This boutique hotel is a true masterpiece of hospitality, a historic palazzo restored and converted into a 4-star hotel, just 50 steps from the River Arno and a 10-minute walk into the heart of Florence. Discover the magic of Florence on two wheels with their fleet of Trek bikes or admire stunning city views from the rooftop terrace. www.eurostars-florence-boutique.com

Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco

This patrician home of the 16th century is close to the old market in the heart of downtown Florence, just a short walk to the Cathedral and principal museums. This 3-star hotel recently re-opened its doors to guests after having undergone a complete restoration. The Renaissance architecture and the refined furnishings reflect the Florentine character. www.ilguelfobianco.com

Hotel Montebello Splendid

The Hotel Montebello Splendid is an elegant 5-star, boutique hotel located just 10 minutes walk from all the main monuments and points of interest in Florence. Take advantage of their concierge services to plan your stay in Florence to the last detail. www.palazzomontebello.com

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Packing and Weather

Spring and fall in Tuscany are usually clear and sunny, with warm daytime temperatures (75-90ºF/24-32ºC) and evening temperatures 10-15 degrees cooler. A jacket or wrap will be useful in the evening. Summers are hotter with higher daytime temperatures (80-95ºF/27-35ºC) and evening temperatures 10 degrees cooler. Rain is always a possibility, so be prepared with wet-weather gear in order to best enjoy your vacation. View our Packing List

Ready to book?

To reserve your space on a trip, you can either call us at 866-464-8735 to speak with an expert Trip Consultant or book online any time by clicking the “BOOK THIS TRIP” icon near the upper right of each destination’s overview page.* Once you have submitted your reservation online, a Trip Consultant will contact you within one business day to answer any questions you may have and to confirm space, bike, and room availability on your desired trip. Your booking will be finalized once your no-risk deposit is paid. If you make a reservation more than 90 days prior to the trip, a $750 no risk deposit is due at the time of booking.** If you reserve your trip less than 90 days prior to the departure, the full balance is due at the time of booking. Once your booking is complete you will receive an email confirmation with important information pertaining to your trip.

*Please note that select trips cannot be booked online at this time. For those trips, please call a trip consultant at 866-464-8735.

**Deposit amounts vary for all Race, Cross Country, Special Edition, Ride Camp, Discover, and Self-Guided tours. Please confirm deposit amounts for all trips with your Trip Consultant at time of booking.

What happens once I book?

When a trip is booked, a guest confirmation letter is immediately sent out. One week prior to the trip start, you’ll receive an email containing your trip start meeting location reminder and any last-minute information that you’ll need to know before you go. Once you arrive at your destination, your Trek Travel host will brief you on the day-to-day plan for the trip and give you an overview on the daily route information and detailed maps within the Ride with GPS app. Your host will also review with you the preloaded Garmin GPS computer that allows you to ride with complete confidence and independence.

What if I have to cancel my trip?

We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your tour.

Read our Cancellation Policy

Our Trip Consultants are available to assist and can answer your questions. Please call us at 866-464-8735.

Travel Protection

Trek Travel recommends that you purchase a travel protection plan to help safeguard you and your travel investment against the unexpected. We offer a travel protection plan through Arch RoamRight that provides coverage for unforeseen events that could affect your ability to travel with us. Learn more about our Travel Protection

Travel Services

We've collaborated with a specialized travel agency committed to delivering tailored vacation planning, ensuring your entire Trek Travel journey is nothing short of unforgettable. Learn more about our Travel Services

Single Supplement

Your Self-Guided trip price is per person based on two guests sharing a room. If you are a solo traveler or if you want to stay in your own private room while traveling with other people, you will have a Single Supplement Fee added to your trip price at the time of booking.

General Self-Guided FAQs

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip. See Self-Guided FAQs

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Guaranteed trips.

Our trips are guaranteed to run once we have one confirmed booking on the trip.  Click here to view our full guarantee policy .

Trek Travel reserves the right to cancel trips with zero guests, therefore you must book with Trek Travel before making travel arrangements for the trip. We are not responsible for travel arrangements made prior to confirming your Trek Travel Trip. Select trips are not guaranteed.

Sold Out/Waitlist

This trip is currently sold out, but you may be added to the waitlist in the case of availability.

If a date is marked with Limited Availability, there are few spots left to book. We will secure additional rooms from our hotels before confirming your reservation.

Looking to travel with a small group? Ask our trip consultants about private trips and learn more .

What are your trip styles?

Classic - reserve:.

Savor the finer things as you relax in luxurious 5-star accommodations and wine, dine, and ride in some of the most unforgettable destinations around the world.

Classic - Signature:

Explore beautiful destinations by bike, enjoy extra inclusions, savor delicious local cuisine, and enjoy the perfect mix of accommodations.

Classic - Discovor:

Enjoy a casual cycling vacation with fantastic routes and comfortable accommodations.

Train like the pros in some of their favorite riding destinations.

See the pros in action at the biggest cycling events of the year.

Cross Country:

Tackle an epic adventure that takes you point-to-point across mountains, countryside, and more.

Enjoy a bike tour on your schedule with just your chosen travel companions.

If a date is marked as Private, it is reserved for a private group.

Looking to travel with a small group or looking for a custom date? Call our trip consultants at 866-464-8735

What is the Difference?

Ultimate luxury:.

Savor some of the most spectacular, 5-star properties in the world. Exuding luxury and elegance, these one-of-a-kind accommodations offer the chance to rejuvenate at award-winning spas, dine at Michelin-starred restaurants, and more.

Enjoy luxurious accommodations handpicked for a refined experience. From signature spa treatments to delicious local cuisine, you’ll be more than provided for; you’ll be pampered.

These handpicked hotels provide relaxation and fun in a casual and comfortable environment. Delicious cuisine and great service mix perfectly for a memorable stay.

On select cycling vacations, you’ll stay at a mix of Explorer and Luxury hotels. Rest assured, no matter which hotel level you’re at, our trip designers carefully select every accommodation.

Road : 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 25 mi (40 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Gravel: 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 20 mi (35 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 1-3 hours of hiking. Up to 5 mi (8 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Road : 2-4 hours of riding. 20-35 mi (35-60 km). Up to 2,500 ft (750 m).

Gravel: 2-4 hours of riding. 15-30 mi (25-45 km). Up to 2,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 2-4 hours of hiking. 4-8 mi (6-12 km). Up to 1,500 ft (450 m).

Road : 3-5 hours of riding. 25-55 mi (40-85 km). Up to 4,500 ft (1,500 m).

Gravel: 3-5 hours of riding. 20-40 mi (35-60 km). Up to 3,000 ft (900 m).

Hiking: 3-5 hours of hiking. 6-10 mi (9-16 km). Up to 2,000 ft (600 m).

Road : 4+ hours of riding. 40-70 mi (60-110 km). Up to 8,000 ft (2,400 m).

Gravel:  4+ hours of riding. 30-50 mi (45-80 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Hiking: 4+ hours of hiking. 7-15 mi (11-24 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Classic - Discover:

Single occupancy.

Sometimes it’s more convenient and comfortable to have your own room while on vacation. We understand and that’s why we offer a Single Occupancy option. The additional price guarantees a private room all to yourself

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Green Holiday ... Nature, eBike & Relax

Discover the enchanting Tuscany through active and eco-friendly adventures, ranging from a day to an entire week, with options like e-bike tours, hiking, sailing, and yoga sessions. As a responsible operator, we are committed to developing a sustainable business and reducing our environmental impact. By choosing us, you’ll not only immerse yourself in the stunning Tuscan landscapes but also contribute to a greener future. Join us for an unforgettable journey, embracing the beauty of Tuscany’s captivating landscapes.

All Are Welcome

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Family & Team Building

"essential is invisible to the eye", cycling in nature to recharge your energy.

Feel the power of nature, away from traffic and crowds. Every day a new unpaved road to discover Tuscany. The friendly tour director will inspire a sense of wonder & enrich understanding.

Private groups, increase your emotional bond

We take care of the little things, so you don’t miss out on the big things. Enjoy a bike tour with your family or friends.

Memories last forever

Best moments video of the tour included. Exciting view from the top with our drone. WIFI available during tour with our hot-spot, you can share photos and videos in real time.

e-Bike, having fun together

The joy of sharing an exciting cycling holiday with your family and friends is priceless. Cycling Tuscany together is a wonderful experience. Top quality Italian electric MTB.

Zero emission bike tour

No use of car; you will carry your own gear in the soft bike bags. Zero KM Food, charming accommodations. Our tours are designed to be safe & fun; it's not a race.

The Quintessence of Tuscany

Enjoy the most perfect blend of outdoor adventure mixed with culture, genuine food and wellness.

6 rules for a successful bike tour with your partner


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We create the perfect conditions for your UNFORGETTABLE holiday in Tuscany. Each tour is a mixture of 5 essences: adventure, art & history, nature, wellness, and food.

Our goal is to exceed your expectations. Respect for the environment, health & safety, quality and compliance with legal requirements are our main values.


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The wine ride.

The perfect tour for those looking to combine the fun and adventure of biking through the Chianti with a more relaxed and easy-going Wine Country experience.

From your hotel in Florence our van will pick you up and take you to one of the most spectacular and renowned areas of the Tuscan countryside where your bike tour will begin.

You'll cycle at your own pace (in a small group!) on peaceful country lanes, through an endless panorama of vineyards, olive groves and centuries-old stone farmhouses. Yes, there are a few hills (this is Tuscany after all!) but rest stops are frequent as you are guided to three top-ranking wineries for tastings, one of which will include a cellar tour.

Feel free to make purchases along the way. This ride is fully van supported so we are happy to carry your "souvenirs."

You'll also enjoy a truly delectable light lunch featuring local products and wine pairings at one of the best wineries in the area. The view from your table is breathtaking.

At tour's end you will be delivered back to your hotel by your guide after an unforgettable day of biking, tasting, eating and touring.

Intermediate skill level : Suitable for those comfortable biking a terrain of rolling hills.

Highlights: Chianti Classico wine tastings, quiet country roads, vineyards, olive groves and visits to two beautiful medieval villages.

PRICE: € 160 per person

€ 160 per person

  • Duration: Full day
  • Distance traveled: 10 miles
  • Area: Chianti Classico wine region of Tuscany
  • Nearest city: Florence
  • Tour type: Road touring
  • Bike type: Hybrid
  • Skill level: Intermediate
  • Season: Year round
  • Number of participants: 2-8
  • Minimum age: 16
  • Fully guided: yes
  • Support vehicles: yes
  • Transportation to start site: yes

You'll be picked up at your hotel (or nearby) in Florence and transferred by van to the tiny but charming village of Fonterutoli in the heart of the gorgeous Chianti Classico wine region of Tuscany. From here we set out on our bikes to discover some of the best wineries of the area (and the most amazing scenery along the way). Also stop for a stroll on the cobbled streets of Castellina in Chianti, one of our all-time favorite medieval towns. In the afternoon, after lunch and a final tasting, you will be taken by van back to your hotel in Florence.


  • Fully guided small group tour (private tours also available)
  • Pick up/drop off at your hotel (or nearby) in Florence
  • Van transfers to/from the tour starting point in the Chianti wine region of Tuscany
  • High quality 27-speed hybrid bikes
  • Helmets and water bottles
  • English speaking tour leader
  • Wine tastings at three top-flight wineries; olive oil tastings
  • One guided winery tour
  • Light lunch at winery

If you stay outside Florence we will be happy to pick you up/drop you off directly at your location. Please send us an email for further details and personalized arrangements.

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The bike ride was one of my trip highlights.


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8 Best Tuscany Bike Tours in 2024 to Explore the Countryside Sustainably

Looking for Tuscany bike tours to explore the idyllic countryside in a sustainable way? Then you’re in the right place. There is no better way to slowly experience this paradise than taking a Tuscany bike ride.

Whether you’re on a Tuscany road trip or you’re exploring the picturesque towns of Tuscany on a weekend break in Italy , there’s nothing like slowing down on a bike tour. Tuscany is the perfect place for it and you can even combine it with a picnic and local wine.

There are plenty of wonderful bike tours in Tuscany to choose from and in this post, I’ll highlight the best ones so that you can start planning your vacation straight away.

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TUSCANY CYCLE TOURS TOP 3 PICKS ⭐ Tuscany Bike Tours: one day bike tour through the hills of Chianti ⭐ ⭐ From Siena: Chianti Countryside E-Bike Tour w/ Lunch & Wine ⭐ ⭐ From Florence: Half-Day Taste of Tusc any Bike Tour ⭐

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1. tuscany bike tours: one day bike tour through the hills of chianti.

  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Starting point: Bus transfer from Florence
  • What’s included: Helmet, guide, olive oil tasting, wine tasting, and light lunch
  • What’s not included: hotel pickup and drop-off

Set off on an incredible journey traversing the undulating landscapes of Chianti with this one-day Tuscany bike tour.

Immerse yourself in the symphony of lush vineyards and timeless olive groves, unfolding the chapters of history and vibrant nature.

This tour is tailored for novice riders and families, offering a gentle yet engaging cycling route amidst Tuscany’s breathtaking panoramas.

This is one of the best bike tours Tuscany, Italy has on the shelf with both olive oil and wine tasting. You can also purchase some if you want to bring it home.


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2. Tuscan Country Bike Tour from Florence, Including Wine and Olive Oil Tastings

  • Duration: Approximately 7 hours
  • Starting point: Florence
  • What’s included: Bike rental, guide, helmet, olive oil and wine tastings, water bottle, and light snacks
  • What’s not included: Hotel pickup and drop-off

Discover the gastronomic and scenic treasures of Tuscany with this vibrant country bike tour starting from Florence.

As part of the most sought-after Tuscany bike tours, this ride introduces you to picturesque landscapes and immerses you in a delightful culinary adventure.

Besides, you will visit a rustic farm and countryside venue where you will have opportunities for wine and olive oil tastings.

This excursion unfolds the region’s culinary secrets, making it a must-experience Tuscany bike tour for both food enthusiasts and adventurers.

There is also an option to ask for an electric bike for an extra fee, though it depends on availability.

3. From Florence: Half-Day Taste of Tusc any Bike Tour

  • Duration: 4.5 hours
  • What’s included: Guide, bike, helmet, water bottle, a glass of wine, olive oil tasting, and snack
  • What’s not included: Lunch, hotel pickup and drop-off

Embarking on this half-day Tuscany bike trip from Florence is a fantastic way to soak in the region’s lush landscapes, even with limited time.

You will climb a few hills on this bike ride, so if you prefer an e-bike, make sure to request it up front (for an extra fee.)

You will stop at a local organic olive oil farm where you can taste the liquid gold and learn about the production.

Wine lovers can also indulge in a glass of local, Tuscan Chianti wine.

Known for being remarkably kid-friendly, this tour is a hit among families eager to blend adventure with education during their Tuscany cycling holiday.

As you pedal through picturesque settings, be ready to be charmed by the vibrant hues and scenic wonders that make bike tours in Tuscany, Italy, a unique and enriching experience.

This venture promises a ride and a delightful journey through the heart of Tuscany’s vivid and culturally rich realms.

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4. E-Bike Florence Tuscany Ride with Vineyard Visit

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • What’s included: E-bike rental, helmet, GPS Route, phone holder, and roadside assistance
  • What’s not included: Lunch, drinks, guide, hotel pickup and drop-off

A relaxed yet invigorating exploration awaits with this e-bike ride around the tranquil outskirts of Florence to the enchanting Etruscan town of Fiesole.

The self-guided tour paves the way for a soothing venture into vineyards, where the verdant beauty of Tuscany unveils itself in full splendor.

Especially recommended for those who prefer a leisurely pace and individual bike tours in Italy’s Tuscany. This e-bike tour ensures an enjoyable and enriching Tuscany cycling experience.

Personally, I loved this option and besides being a self-guided tour, it includes roadside assistance in case you should break down.

5. Lucca: Bicycle Rental with Picnic Lunch at a Vineyard

  • Duration: Full-day rental
  • Starting point: Lucca
  • What’s included: Bicycle rental, helmet, lock, picnic lunch, one glass of wine, itinerary on app
  • What’s not included: Guide

For the independent souls eager to explore the nooks and crannies of Tuscany, this bicycle rental from Lucca is a stellar choice.

This self-guided Tuscany cycling tour takes you to a vineyard where you will be met with a picnic basket and a glass of wine to enjoy in the idyllic vineyards.

This is by far one of the best self-guided Tuscany biking tours to take and one of the best things to do in Lucca .

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6. From Siena: Chianti Countryside E-Bike Tour w/ Lunch & Wine

  • Starting point: Siena
  • What’s included: E-bike rental, guide, lunch, and wine tasting

Embark on an exhilarating Tuscany bike ride through the stunning Chianti countryside, beginning in the historic heart of Siena.

This tour, renowned as one of the finest Tuscany cycling tours, beautifully combines picturesque vistas with a dash of culinary delight, making it an accessible and appealing choice for cyclists of various expertise levels.

As you pedal through lush vineyards and rolling hills, you’ll witness the vibrant tapestry that makes up the region’s renowned scenery.

Besides visiting a local farm for olive oil and wine tasting, this tour takes you to a restored 13th-century fortress.

This journey isn’t merely a feast for the eyes and an opportunity to delve into the rich culture and gastronomy that characterize the idyllic Tuscany bicycle tours.

Whether a beginner eager to immerse in the Tuscany cycling scene or an experienced cyclist, this tour promises a fulfilling and enriching adventure.

7. Self-guided Bike Tour from Lucca to Pisa

  • Duration: 3-6 hours
  • What’s included: Bike rental, route map, phone holder, lock, repair kit, and a short briefing
  • What’s not included: Guide, meals, hotel pickup and drop-off

Steer your adventure with this self-guided bike trip from Lucca to Pisa, a journey that allows you to explore Tuscany’s hidden treasures at your own pace.

Armed with a handy route map, uncover picturesque spots perfect for capturing your cycling holidays in Tuscany, a region rich with natural splendor and cultural heritage.

On the way to Pisa, you will have a stop at San Giuliano Terme, a town known for its thermal baths. But the highlights is reaching the iconic leaning tower of Pisa, one of the most prominent landmarks in Italy .

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8. Lucca: Guided E-Bike and Wine Tour

  • Duration: 3-4 hours
  • What’s included: E-bike rental, guide, snacks, and wine tasting
  • What’s not included: Meals, hotel pickup and drop-off

Concluding your Tuscany bike tour adventures, consider this guided e-bike and wine tour from Lucca. Starting the adventure by cycling along the ancient Lucca city walls.

Beyond the comfort of the e-bike journey, the tour dazzles with a wine-tasting session that allows you to unwind amidst the stunning landscapes, sipping some of Tuscany’s most renowned wines.

If you plan on biking in Tuscany but prefer a small group tour, this is an excellent bike trip. Tuscany’s countryside is just as picturesque as in the movies, and Lucca’s surroundings are no exceptions.

Explore Tuscany by bike, tour the vineyards, and tast the local wines while you make new friends on your excursion.

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Reflections on bike tours in Tuscany

When looking for bike tours, Tuscany is the perfect destination with its rolling hills, vineyards, and hilltop towns.

With these bike tours in Tuscany Italy, I’m sure you’ve found one that suits you whether you go by e-bike or prefer pedaling yourself.

Cycling in Tuscany is surely one of my favorite ways of getting around and really breathing in the world-famous Tuscan countryside and I’m sure you’ll love it too.

Happy travels!

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Our  Tuscany Vespa and Bike Tours are the perfect option for visitors seeking a fun and exciting tour in the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Every morning at 10am tours depart from our shop in Via dei Pandolfini 31r and arrive in just 30 minutes by van to the Private family run winery in the heart of Chianti, which produces its own wine, olive oil, fruits and vegetables. The winery is located in the famous Chianti Classico region, where they produce the world renowned Chianti wine. The tour begins with a Vespa ride through the picturesque winding roads of the Tuscan countryside followed by a delicious traditional Tuscan lunch and  Chianti wine drinking — more fun than just a stuffy wine tasting!

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Stop by our shop to rent a bike. Join us for a daily tour, or create your own custom tour. Tuscany Cycle  is your answer for bicycle rentals and tours in Florence! The shop is located in the city center of Florence, in Via dei Pandolfini 31r , close to Museo del Bargello! BIKE RENTAL

In addition to various  featured bike and vespa tours , Tuscany Cycle also offers:

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Road bike tour - 10 days in the areas of Lucca, Garfagnana and Val di Lima.

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Cycle Tuscany, around the Lucca and Val di Lima area, all based from one central location

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Food and culture tour - 10 days around Tuscany.

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Fall in love with the best of Tuscany, from food and wine, to markets and architecture

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More than anything, we simply love sharing our passion for Tuscany – our home

​ Our tours immerse you in Italian life – country farmhouse style accommodation, traditional food made from ingredients grown on their farm, restaurants loved by locals, where the cooks learned the recipes from their nonna, stunning scenery seen from less well trodden paths, crystal clear waters of the river to cool down in, and a refreshing aperitivo sitting at the bar listening to the locals talk away.

You won't get this on big holiday tours, it'd be a lot of stress to recreate yourself, and some places you'd never know are there because they're off the beaten track.

Our tours  are designed to be the perfect combination of adventure and leisure allowing you to enjoy the beauty of Tuscany on your cycling or lifestyle tour, like a local.

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Up to 18 Guests

From $7750 AUD per week for exclusive use of whole property


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Located in the quaint Don Bosco area of Viareggio, 2 bedrooms, terrace and views of the Apuan Alps.

From $1,250 AUD per week

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Tranquil, remote 2 bedroom home with a stone pool, nestled in the hills of Garfagnana.

From $2,200 AUD per week 

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Beautiful experience sailing off the coast of Tuscany and visiting islands. Great food and hospitality.

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Our first experience on an e-bike. Diego has made everything simply PERFECT bringing us to visit wonderful places and at the same time showing us the potential of these bicycles.

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Fantastic tour of Lucca with the best of Italian food and wine! The guide was knowledgeable and entertaining, giving us a personalised tour of the city.

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BOLOGNA, Italy (Velo) — Where’s Quinn Simmons ? That’s a question that many U.S. fans have been asking at this year’s Tour de France .

The 2023 U.S. national champion hasn’t raced since crashing out of Strade Bianch e in March, and did not defend his national title in May .

Without race days, he was not a candidate for Lidl-Trek ’s Tour de France selection.

Speaking to Velo , a team spokesperson said Simmons was suffering fatigue and needed a full stop to re-set for the second half of 2024, and said expectations are that he should return to racing in August.

“Quinn had to take some time off due to over-training,” the spokesperson said. “He’s been going through a lot of health checks, and there is light at the end of the tunnel.”

Simmons last raced at Strade Bianche after starting the 2024 season at the Santos Tour Down Under. Simmons packed high hopes for the spring classics, with a particular focus on the white roads of Tuscany, but did not finish the race after crashing heavily.

The 2019 junior world champion has not raced since and returned to his home base in Colorado to rest and hit the re-start button.

Lidl-Trek officials did not elaborate on whether other issues are involved.

Speaking to Velo at the beginning of the season, Simmons admitted that the horrific high-speed crash that claimed the life of Gino Mäder during last year’s Tour de Suisse made him reconsider his professional racing career .

“After the Tour de Suisse, I flew home and I was pretty convinced I was never going to race a bike again,” Simmons told Velo in January .

Mäder crashed on a harrowing descent in the Swiss Alps last June, and was airlifted to a local hospital where he later died from his injuries. Simmons was trailing behind Mäder and the emotional jolt of the tragedy made him think twice about racing.

“I was like ‘screw this, I am out’,” Simmons told Velo in January. “I spent the week before nationals with my family. I made the deal with myself I would go all-in and win the race, and dedicate it to [Mäder].”

Simmons later won and dedicated his U.S. title in 2023 to Mäder and started the 2023 Tour in the national champion’s jersey. He later abandoned the Tour, and did not finish two later starts at the end of last season.

Simmons debuted in Australia with optimism, and raced the Faun Drôme and the Faun-Ardèche Classic one-days in France before heading to the Italian one-day classic over the gravel roads of Tuscany.

There are no specific calendar dates yet for Simmons, but team officials are hopeful he would return to racing this summer.

“He started high-intensity training again and everything is on track with all the testing he’s been doing,” the team said Sunday. “He should resume racing in August.”

Simmons recently posted a message on Instagram suggesting he’s ready to race, writing, “Can’t keep a [horse] in its stall forever.”

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Cycling tour to discover four of the UNESCO world heritage sites in Tuscany and ride surrounded by beautiful views. Discover the city center of Siena, San Gimignano and Pienza, the Val d'Orcia region.

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4 days bike trip to discover the Via Francigena from Lucca to Siena, cycling through country roads and woods, always surrounded by the typical Tuscan hills.

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Tour de France TV channel, start time and how to watch stage one online today

The Tour de France promises plenty of intriguing with a peloton packed with storylines battles across three weeks of racing.

For the first time, the Grand Tour will begin in Italy, with Florence hosting the Grand Depart and San Marino becoming the 14th country to be visited by a stage.

The finish to the race will look rather different, too, as a time trial in Nice replaces the traditional Champs-Elysees sprint due to the ongoing preparations for Paris 2024.

The individual time trial will be the first to conclude the Tour since 1989, when Greg LeMond memorably pipped Laurent Fignon in the closest edition in history.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the 2024 Tour de France.

When is the Tour de France?

The 2024 Tour de France will be held between June 29 and July 21 and consist of 21 stages, with two rest days included in the itinerary. The race will not finish in (or near) Paris for the first time since its inception as Nice is instead utilised — the French capital is out of action due to the Olympics later this summer.

Where is the Grand Depart?

The Grand Depart will be held in Italy for the first time, with Florence in Tuscany selected to begin the route. Stage 1 will finish in the coastal resort of Rimini, while the next three stages will also begin in Italy before the race crosses the border.

How long is the Tour?

In all, the peloton will cover 3,492km (2,170 miles) across 21 days of racing. Stage 3 (Piacenza to Turin) is the longest stage at 229km (142 miles), while the 133 km (83 miles) route on Stage 20 (Nice to Col de La Couillole) is the shortest road stage. There are two individual time trials: Stage 7 is 25km (16 miles), and the final stage from Monaco to Nice will be contested over 34km (21 miles).

How can I watch it?

Viewers in the United Kingdom will again have the choice of two broadcasters. ITV will provide free coverage on ITV4 and ITVX, while the Tour de France will also be available to subscribers on Eurosport and discovery+.

Eurosport’s coverage of the opening stage begins at 10.30am BST on Saturday 29 June, while ITV viewers can tune in from 10.45am.

If you’re travelling abroad and want to watch major sporting events, you might need a VPN to unblock your streaming app. Our VPN round-up is here to help and includes deals on VPNs in the market. Viewers using a VPN need to make sure that they comply with any local regulations where they are, and also with the terms of their service provider.

Who are the favourites for victory?

There are set to be four main contenders for general classification victory, though each of the quartet arrives with significant questions about their readiness for the year’s second Grand Tour. Defending champion Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike) will seek a three-peat but has not raced since sustaining a broken collarborne and other injuries in a serious crash at the Tour of the Basque Country in April.

Primoz Roglic (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) were also injured in the incident, though the pair returned to racing at the recent Criterium du Dauphine as Roglic took overall victory.

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) meanwhile enters attempting a Giro-Tour double having secured the maglia rosa in Italy earlier this year — no male rider has won both races in a single season this century.

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    THE 10 BEST Tuscany Bike Tours. 1. E-Bike Florence Tuscany Self-Guided Ride with Vineyard Visit. Discover more of Florence's countryside without having to expend any extra energy on a self-guided electric bike tour that….

  2. Tuscany bike tours (Italy)

    Find and book bike tours in Tuscany, Italy, with BikeTours.com. Explore the beautiful landscapes, artistic history and cultural influence of this region on various cycling routes and levels.

  3. Bike Tour Tuscany

    Tuscany Bike Tours offers bike, e-bike, and Vespa tours just south of Florence in the heart of the Chianti wine region. Our tours in Tuscany have everything: authentic Tuscan lunch, wine and extra virgin olive oil tasting, discover old villas and 12th century castles. A Florence City Bike Tour is also available for those that want to explore ...

  4. Tuscany Bike Tour

    Embrace la dolce vita on our Tuscany bike tour, where every pedal stroke through Chianti and Val d'Orcia reveals Italy's captivating beauty. Immerse yourself in the vibrant landscapes of Tuscany from the seat of your bike, where endless vineyards and the aromatic air enchant every sense. Tuscan hills present stunning, joyful terrains for ...

  5. Bike Tours In Tuscany From Florence: Tuscany Bike Tours

    Discover Tuscany with Custom-Designed Bike Tours from Florence led by Professional Local Guides. Enjoy riding through breathtaking landscapes & charming towns. +39 3409666540 [email protected]

  6. Bike Tours in Tuscany

    Enjoy a bike tour in Tuscany with a local guide and explore the vineyards, castles, and villages of this beautiful region. Choose from half day, full day, or multi-day tours with e-bikes, road bikes, or hybrids.

  7. Cycling in Tuscany: your guide to the best rides + tours in Tuscany

    Bike tours in Tuscany. Cycling Tuscany on a self-guided trip is, in my opinion, the best way to see the region. It gives the flexibility of being able to start any day of the week and in any month of the year, with the convenience and time-saving advantages of having a local cyclist and support on hand.

  8. Explore Italy by Bike

    We are a Bike Tour Operatorbased in Tuscany, dedicated to delivering unforgettable cycling experiences and active vacations throughout Italy. With our passionfor biking and lovefor travel, we are committed to providing excellent services while being socially responsible and creatinglow-impact trips that respect the environment.

  9. We Bike Tuscany

    We Bike Tuscany offers small group, family and private fully-guided multi day bike tours in Tuscany, Emilia Romagna, Sicily, the Dolomites and beyond. Though now based in the US, we were "born" in Italy (as I Bike Tuscany ), and pride ourselves on remaining one of the few truly "boutique" bike tour companies of the region.

  10. Tuscany Wine Country Bike Tour

    Experience Italian joy— allegria —in Tuscany, woven into every aspect of this luxurious bike tour in Chianti. From lush olive groves to sun-kissed vineyards, we bring you the best cycling this region offers. Enjoy revered wines and heartfelt hospitality at Castello di Volpaia, hosted by our friends, the Mascheroni Stianti family.

  11. Bikeriding Tuscany Guided Tour

    James Twidale. 05/09/2023. Mark Gatha. 05/08/2023. Bruce Jenkins. 24/07/2023. greg luckos. 16/07/2023. Bikeriding Tuscany guided tour, tuscany and Italy bike tour, We are a bike tour company and have made our passion for cycling our lifestyle.

  12. 10 Best Cycling & Bike Tours in Tuscany 2024/2025

    Find the best bicycle tours in Tuscany with TourRadar. Choose from 25 bike & bicycle trips with 46 real tour reviews. Book now and save with TourRadar.com! Shop 2,500 operators. 4.5 stars on (6,237 reviews) 24/7 customer support. Deals of the Week Captivating Costa Rica Up to 50% OFF. Deals end: 1 Jul, 2024

  13. One Day Bike Tours in Tuscany

    Val d'Orcia bike tour. The one day bike tour in Val d'Orcia, UNESCO world heritage site, will make unforgettable your holiday in Tuscany. You will cycle surrounded by the typical rolling hills of the region, through small medieval villages and beautiful views. €160.00 Read More.

  14. Biking in Florence, Tuscany (Italy)

    Let a Tuscan lead you in Tuscany! I BIKE TUSCANY! is a bike tour company specializing in small group, family and private guided bike tours around Florence, Tuscany and beyond since 2003. And now we've added something really exciting to the lineup: ELECTRIC BIKE TOURS! If you haven't tried one, now is your chance.

  15. Tuscany Bike Tour

    The Tuscany Bike Tour will be a special combination of the classic Heart of Tuscany enriched by some spectacular rides, taste the fantastic tuscan dishes and world famous wines like Brunello di Montalcino and Chianti Classico. Discover by bike all that Tuscany has to offer, with the people who know it best. ...

  16. Tuscany Self-Guided Bike Tour

    Our Tuscany Self-Guided Bike Tour is best suited for our Level 3 Riders. For those eager to experience every mile but mindful of their physical limits, our electric bike option offers a comfortable and enjoyable solution. Level 4+ Riders will enjoy the extra mileage the avid route options offer. Distance.

  17. Bike Tours in Tuscany and Italy

    February 8, 2021. The Via Francigena Route passes through unique landscapes, just like the ones in Tuscany. Even if it is mostly known as a walking itinerary, it's possible to ride it by bicycle, too. Anima Toscana it's a travel agency and bike tour operator, we organize cycling tours and bike holidays in Italy and Tuscany.

  18. E-Bike Tours on the Roads of Tuscany

    Nature, eBike & Relax. Discover the enchanting Tuscany through active and eco-friendly adventures, ranging from a day to an entire week, with options like e-bike tours, hiking, sailing, and yoga sessions. As a responsible operator, we are committed to developing a sustainable business and reducing our environmental impact.

  19. The Wine Ride Chianti Classico Bike Tour

    The perfect tour for those looking to combine the fun and adventure of biking through the Chianti with a more relaxed and easy-going Wine Country experience.. From your hotel in Florence our van will pick you up and take you to one of the most spectacular and renowned areas of the Tuscan countryside where your bike tour will begin.

  20. 8 Best Tuscany Bike Tours in 2024 to Explore the Countryside

    1. Tuscany Bike Tours: one day bike tour through the hills of Chianti. Set off on an incredible journey traversing the undulating landscapes of Chianti with this one-day Tuscany bike tour. Immerse yourself in the symphony of lush vineyards and timeless olive groves, unfolding the chapters of history and vibrant nature.

  21. Tuscany Vespa and Bike Tours

    Tuscany Cycle is your answer for bicycle rentals and tours in Florence! The shop is located in the city center of Florence, in Via dei Pandolfini 31r, close to Museo del Bargello! In addition to various featured bike and vespa tours, Tuscany Cycle also offers: Daily, weekly, and monthly bike rentals. New and used bikes sales, bike repairs.

  22. Tuscany Bike, Culture and Lifestyle Tours

    Road bike tour. Cycle Tuscany, around the Lucca and Val di Lima area, all based from one central location. Learn more. From $5,900pp AUD. Contact us. Want to personalise your tour? Just contact us and we will put together a bespoke tour package based on your requirements and interests.

  23. Why Quinn Simmons Missed the 2024 Tour de France

    BOLOGNA, Italy (Velo) — Where's Quinn Simmons?That's a question that many U.S. fans have been asking at this year's Tour de France.. The 2023 U.S. national champion hasn't raced since crashing out of Strade Bianche in March, and did not defend his national title in May.. Without race days, he was not a candidate for Lidl-Trek's Tour de France selection.

  24. Self guided bike tours in Tuscany

    Tuscany Bike Tour - Self Guided. Enjoy a real cycling adventure in Tuscany, experience the rolling hills and medieval hill top towns. You will cycle through the paradise of Tuscan landscape and explore the region including Val d'Orcia, Pienza, Montalcino and Chianti. €1,060.00 Read More.

  25. Tour de France TV channel, start time and how to watch stage one ...

    For the first time, the Grand Tour will begin in Italy, with Florence hosting the Grand Depart and San Marino becoming the 14th country to be visited by a stage.. The finish to the race will look ...

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  27. Mark Cavendish takes historic 35th Tour de France stage victory

    The Manx rider, 39, claimed his 35th Tour stage, which lifts him one clear of Belgian great Eddy Merckx, rolling back the years with a sensational sprint into Saint-Vulbas in stage five of the ...