Best European Trails to Adventure with your Motorcycle

Posted by - November 23, 2016 | Category: Contributing Author

For most motorcycle enthusiasts, nothing compares to the feeling of taking a long journey on the back of your ride. Whether you’re heading across town or venturing far away from home, the trip can be so much more worthwhile when you’re on your motorcycle. There’s something inherently special about seeing the world that way, which is why you should try to see as much of it on your motorcycle. Whether you have Yamaha bike parts or parts by another top brand, it’s time to ire your bike up and hit the road.

Here are the best trips you can take riding your bike in Europe:

Gavia Pass

Gavia Pass Italy

If you feel that Italy is the best place to visit, then you should check out this stunning pass. It leads you through the Italian Alps, from Bormio to Ponte de Legno. You will be taken aback by the sheer beauty and wonder of the area. While you’re there, be sure to get an authentic Italian motorcycle jacket.

Stelvio Pass

If you find that the Gavia Pass was a bit too tame for your tastes, then you have to take on the ultimate test: the Stelvio Pass. This stretch of Alpine highway is one of the most notorious in the region, as it is full of switchbacks and narrow strips of road overlooking a precipice. You will want to make sure that you have the best Yamaha OEM parts installed on your bike to make it through safely.


For those who want a side of history to go with their journey, you may want to venture through the German side of the Alps, and go to Bavaria. You can take a trip up the steep inclines and come face-to-face with the Kehlsteinhaus “Eagle’s Nest,” which was Hitler’s prized bunker in World War II. While there, you can have tea and meet the locals.

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