Bike rides in Treviso

Veneto, Italy

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For those who enjoy an active vacation, we have lots of suggestions in Treviso. Use our Travel Guide as a source of inspiration for planning your next adventure and browse through descriptions and route details of the most beautiful bike rides.
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The 10 Most Beautiful bike rides in Treviso

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E-Bike · Italy
Asolo and the Grappa foothills on an e-bike
recommended route Difficulty moderate
44.5 km
2:15 h
554 m
563 m
  Explore the foothills between Bassano and Asolo on an e-mtb. Enjoy the marvels of the landscape between Monte Grappa and the Asolo Hills, on gentle slopes that are home to unforgettable artistic, cultural and historical sites. They are forever associated with the famous figures and historical events that have made their mark on the local area.
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E-Bike · Italy
E-bike tour from Conegliano to Vittorio Veneto
recommended route Difficulty moderate
31.1 km
1:45 h
378 m
377 m
  Explore the land between Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto on the Prosecco and Conegliano Valdobbiadene Hills Wine Route. Starting out in the town where Giovanni Battista Cima was born, follow the road through the landscape that has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site to the Collalbrigo Hills, which boast fantastic views. Next, head to the famous parish church of San Pietro di Feletto, proceed towards Cozzuolo and then climb up to Ogliano before riding back to Conegliano.
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E-Bike · Italy
Asolo-Montegrappa grand tour (Day 2)
recommended route Difficulty moderate
28.3 km
1:30 h
249 m
284 m
Two days of fun on an e-bike, from the slopes of Monte Grappa to the Asolo Hills. Experience the perfect blend of nature, culture, food and wine on a route that is just waiting to be explored. On the second day you will go from Cornuda to the old town centre of Bassano del Grappa. On the way, you will go through vineyards in a landscape shaped by human hands on the northern side of the Asolo Hills and the picturesque, historic centre of Asolo, which Carducci called the “Town with a Hundred Horizons”.
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E-Bike · Veneto
Grandtour Asolo-Montegrappa (1st day)
recommended route Difficulty moderate
37.2 km
1:45 h
607 m
550 m
Two days of fun on an e-mtb, from the slopes of Monte Grappa to the Asolo Hills. Experience the perfect blend of nature, culture, food and wine on a route that is just waiting to be explored. The first day will take you from Bassano del Grappa’s old town centre to Cornuda, where the strategically positioned fortress of the same name looks down over the entire Piave River valley.
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E-Bike · Veneto
The Montello Woods on a e-bike
recommended route Difficulty moderate
35.7 km
2:00 h
371 m
371 m
  Get ready to discover Montello! Go for an e-bike ride around the most entrancing places in the woods that once provided timber to the doges of Venice. Get to know its geological formations, sample the local products and put yourself to the test on the “prese”: roads running up one side of the hill and down the other. A short final climb will take you back to your starting point, where you can rest your weary legs and eat a traditional sausage accompanied by a glass of DOCG Montello red wine.
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E-Bike · Veneto
The Asolo Hills on an e-bike
recommended route Difficulty moderate
28.7 km
1:30 h
316 m
310 m
This is an unmissable route for cyclists who love exploring the landscape. Gentle climbs are interspersed with pleasant descents and fairly level stretches on a ride that will introduce you to a unique part of the Veneto region. Two fortresses stand tall on the Asolo Hills, where you can explore some charming towns and rural villages. You will also get the chance to admire one of the most beautiful Palladian villas (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the Asolo Prosecco Superiore production area.
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E-Bike · Treviso
Prosecco Grand Tour (Day 1)
recommended route Difficulty moderate
49.7 km
2:30 h
632 m
433 m
Make sure your e-bike is fully charged, put on your helmet and get ready for two days exploring the Conegliano and Valdobbiadene Prosecco Hills (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)! Starting in Conegliano, which is home to the oldest oenology school in Italy, you will travel along the most historical and cultural part of the Prosecco Wine Route. Nothing else on Earth is quite like the landscape all around the route, which stretches north as far as Vittorio Veneto before continuing to Cison di Valmarino and Follina, then reaches Valdobbiadene.
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E-Bike · Veneto
E-bike tour at the foot of Cansiglio
recommended route
25.8 km
1:30 h
633 m
562 m
If you would really like to get to know the Treviso Prealps that stand tall over the Prosecco Hills (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), check that your battery is charged, put on your helmet and set off around this stunning loop. Starting in the centre of Fregona, you will travel through the quaint villages at the foot of the Cansiglio plateau. Make sure you take a stroll around the fairy tale town of Sarmede before you race back to the start point.
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E-Bike · Veneto
Mountain biking by the Piave River
recommended route
26.5 km
1:30 h
79 m
81 m
The Prosecco Hills combine nature, culture and history. This route will take you to amazing viewpoints and the most spellbinding spots at the foot of the hills, as you follow the course of the Piave River. Take your time as you get to know the Quartier del Piave area, visiting historically significant sites such as the “Island of the Dead” in Moriago della Battaglia and places of natural interest like the Fontane Bianche nature reserve.
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E-Bike · Veneto
Mountain bike tour of the Vittorio Veneto hills
recommended route
40.6 km
2:00 h
1,132 m
1,132 m
The Treviso Prealps near Vittorio Veneto are just waiting to be explored on this e-bike loop. From Vittorio Veneto head towards Fregona, which is home to the famous, incomparable Caglieron Caves. Next, go down to Serravalle and Ceneda, which are bursting with history and legends. The route will then take you to San Lorenzo - where the scenery is stunning - before continuing towards Corbanese and returning to Vittorio Veneto through the landscape of an area that has been made a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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