The Friulian Dolomites are the perfect place for anyone who wants to pedal along the roads cycled by the champions of the Giro d’Italia, for cycle tourists and families looking for fun cycle paths, for athletes who love to test themselves on challenging trails, or for mountain bike fanatics, everyone can follow their own passion. You can get anywhere on two wheels, from the rugged low-lying lands of the Magredi to the high mountain clearings dominated by the peaks of the Dolomites. In fact, this area is home to miles and miles of winding panoramic roads that rise up the Pordenone Valleys, cycle paths that run along the rivers in the foothills suitable for families and cycle tourists, dozens of trails of varying degrees of difficulty for MTB fans, steep climbs for competitive riders, and a fun Bike Funkpark for fans of freeriding and downhill biking in Piancavallo: there are trails of varying degrees of difficulty and distance, which aim to meet the needs of the most sporty riders or just tourists who like cycling, enjoying pedalling in complete relaxation, savouring the scenery, exploring ancient characteristic villages, and stopping at rustic trattorias where they can try traditional dishes and products.
In these lands, cycling is a genuine great passion that goes back years and even features in its own museum, the Caneva Museum of Cycling, which the Municipality set up to store Toni Pessot’s huge collection, a renowned enthusiast and friend to the greatest cycling champions from the period before the Second World War up to the 1980s. Thanks to the continuous ups and downs along its hills and mountains, Caneva and the surrounding area is a paradise of international cycling, regularly welcoming cyclists and high level competitions.
For all the information and trail routes in the Friulian Dolomites, you can download the free app for iPhone or android from the Google Store.