How is Italy Divide Route ?
The Italy Divide follows fast rolling gravel roads (Francigena/Eurovelo7) with quite technical mtb trails (Via degli Dei/Monte Baldo) in between to explore the wild and remote parts of Italy with a plenty mix of history along the trail, you will cross Naples, Rome, Siena, Florence, Bologna, Mantova, Verona.
Take your time for enjoy the most beautiful country in the world, eat the best food and wine.
85% OFFROAD and 15% ROAD and in the 2019...98% RIDEABLE
1) Best bike ride ?
I think a mix between gravel and front mtb, with fast rolling tires. At least 2 bottle cages, and a goretex jacket for the Alps.
Camping kitchen kit ?....nooooo where ever you can find a good place to eat ;)) Up to you the bivibag or tends, however you can find nice accomodations in B&B (we'll to give you the best options)
2) How much time to finish it ?
It depends, from 4 to 6 days, please note it is a real unsupported bikepacking or trailrunning adventure...enjoy it !
3) SPOT or ENDU Gps Tracker is mandatory for your safety !
Only during the Via degli Dei there are a real wild places, otherwise during all the route is possible find some civilized places.
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