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Electric motorcycle "Zero" - Tour on Lake Garda
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Electric motorcycle "Zero" - Tour on Lake Garda

Driving on a "Zero" is a thrilling experience. The zero drive system produces higher torque than any high-performance 1,000 cc sports motorcycle manufactured today. 100% electric, 100% adrenaline and 100% enviromentally friendly. It has never been easier to try this new way of driving on two wheels. Book your GPS-guided tour and cruise along the coast and explore the hilly backland with its winding mountain roads.<br>You don't have to plan which places you want to visit or how to get there – stress-free you can follow our pre-build tour setting the speed and breaks yourself.<br>With starting point in Lazise, the tour will bring you to Torri del Benaco where you will take the ferry to Toscolano-Maderno. From there northwards along the exciting and unique “Strada della Forra” and the so-called “shudder terrace” to Torbole, then Malcesine and after a total of 120 Km back to Lazise. Of course, you are not bound by our tour proposal and can also plan a tour according to your wishes and goals.
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Maurizio L wrote a review Dec 2019
Castelnuovo Rangone, Italy67 contributions10 helpful votes
The ride up to the fort on Monte Brione offers a good 20-30min ride with some decent elevation change, and when you reach the fort, you can enjoy a break-taking view of Lake Garda above Torbole-Riva (Monte Brione divides the two towns). A bit further along the asphalt road, on the left you will find the MTB path sentiero 770 which is a single-track on medium difficulty for DH riding, total length of the ride about 3'. We are frequently in Riva for pleasure, and this bike trip on Monte Brione is very good for a 40' training session on the MTB with some downhill bits.
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Date of experience: November 2019
iduap wrote a review Oct 2019
Cork, Ireland295 contributions77 helpful votes
This walk starts from very close to the centre of Riva and you get great views back down the Lake Garda. The walk gets fairly steep straight away but for anyone who is reasonably fit it won't be too hard. For history buffs at the top there are very well preserved remains of Austrian army barracks from the WWI era when this was very close to the border with Italy. In fact the roof of one of the barracks is an ideal for sunbathing on a sunny day. You can choose to go back down the way you went up but we chose to go down the other side of the mountain and the path gets a little rough but it's very doable.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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JGandIG wrote a review Sep 2019
Wigan, United Kingdom254 contributions99 helpful votes
We walked up to Monte Brione starting from Porto San Nicola. A bit of an uphill plod in places but views over Riva and Torbole were great. Called in at Forte Garda for a free visit. Chucked it down with rain half way through the walk so got soaked!
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Date of experience: September 2019
VilleKujala wrote a review Jul 2019
Turku, Finland4 contributions1 helpful vote
About an hour long walk to the top. Not too hard but very hot temperature could bring some challenge to the trip. Really nice scenery all through the trail and the top of the hill is a cherry on the cake. Would recommend to do this early in the morning with less tourists and cooler temperature
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Date of experience: July 2019
dclbrown61 wrote a review Jul 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom243 contributions54 helpful votes
We walked up this mountain and a warm day and it offers fantastic views of the lake and surrounding area, wear good shoes and be prepared to feel more like climbing than walking, #once at the top we took the long winding road ( for cars ) back it was easier to come down that way but took longer.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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