E-Bike
Many possibilities for e-bike fans
E-Bike

E-Bike

Many possibilities for e-bike fans

Enjoy South Tyrol by e-bike: the entire family can easily travel from the Mediterranean spa town of Merano/Meran along the local Alpine terrain or through apple orchards to the South Tyrolean capital of Bolzano/Bozen. Thanks to the electric pedal assist, even beginners can master long distances and sportive mountain rides. Along the way, traditional mountain inns invite you to take a break and sample typical South Tyrolean dishes.

Please note: E-bikes are not transported on buses.
Rental of e-bikes

The free bike rental service on Via Piave/Piavestrasse street in Merano offers modern e-bikes. The use of e-bikes is free of charge for one hour; after that at a fee. For the rental of e-bikes, the presentation of a document of identification and a 50.00 Euro deposit are required.

You can also rent e-bikes at the bike rentals subject to a charge - it is advisable to book them at least two days in advance.
Bike route Valley Venosta/Vinschgau: Malles/Mals-Merano/Meran
Routes (also with e-bike)
Bike route Valley Venosta/Vinschgau: Malles/Mals-Merano/Meran
Starting from Merano, you can explore the Venosta Valley while taking advantage of a beneficial combination: bike and train. The Venosta Valley Line, ...
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Bike Route from Merano/Meran to Bolzano/Bozen
Routes (also with e-bike)
Bike Route from Merano/Meran to Bolzano/Bozen
The bike path from Merano to Bolzano connects South Tyrol’s two largest cities, and is considered to be one of the best in the province. Again, there ...
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Passeiertal Valley bike route (Merano/Meran-S. Leonardo/St. Leonhard)
Cycling, Routes (also with e-bike)
Passeiertal Valley bike route (Merano/Meran-S. Leonardo/St. Leonhard)
A relaxing cycling path for nature lovers Length: about 20 km; difference in altitude: about 370 m. This slightly ascending and largely natural bike ...
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The e-bike tours of "Sissi Tours" (spring to fall 2019)

E-bike tours for a fee are offered as "Sissi Tours" (held under the guidance of experienced, knowledgeable guides) where biking in comfort is the main focus – including a stop at quaint farms and the opportunity to taste rural specialties on the way. These tours also offer a glimpse into the culture of South Tyrol and the way of life of the host farmers.