Beautiful route, that introduce you with Carpathians. Kosiv, Verkhovyna and Vorokhta are the heart of ethnic group of Gutsuls, they have unique culture and architecture. Landscapes, passes, tourist places - all you meet on this route. P24 was under construction in 2016-2017 and now has a good quality of surface.
Main East-Carpathians way. 1 pass Yablunytsky, many fun corners, beautiful views. There are many tourist attractions, cozy towns and villages. The road runs through the geographic center of Europe (one of them:). Near Lazeshchyna you can see the highest mountain of Ukraine - Hoverla.
Extremly short street but three nice curves along the Airbus factory.
There is one parking place with an good overview about the factory including the runway for the new aircraft - nice for planespotters
The Villach Alpine Road is a 16.5 km long panoramic road from Villach-Möltschach (550 m) up on the Dobratsch Mountain (only up to the restaurant Rosstratte at 1,732 m). It has 7 hairpin bends and 116 curves. It offers special rests with perfect panorama and for bikers reserved parking places and biker safes for helmets etc. But you'll have to pay a toll to ride it.
The Nockalmstrasse is a road built for the pleasure of riding and adding the wondeful B99 into the circuit is icing on the cake!
Have you ever imagine yourself looking the earth from above like an astronaut? If yes then that's the road you have to drive. In the top of the mountain you will feel like an astronaut. PS you have to pay €5 tolls for this road
This is a dead-end road heading up the Maltatal from the main road. The first part is unexceptional with good scenry. After the toll booth,the road gets better and the icy and wet tunnels that have bends in them are quite spectacular and traffic light controlled during peak hours.
Fantastic scenery, and the highest pass in Austria. Open May to November. Can be busy - so probably best to avoid at weekends. Very popular with bikers, but cars too. You need a head for heights and have to like hairpins too. Some nice fast stretches too. Very few hazards except the road itself: the 29 hairpin bends. Visibility is good though, and there are hardly any side roads. Jusat watch out for people gawping at the scenery. 360 views from the Edelweissspitze - stop for food and a beer there as well. It is a toll road though. Euro 17 for a day/ Euro 30 for a 30 day pass. Their stated aim is to be the most biker friendly pass in the Alps! More info here www.grossglockner.at
The Gerlos Alpine Road is a winding road on the Gerlos Pass
and at the Krimml Waterfalls with a very beauitiful landscape.
On the top of the pass you'll find the marvellous landscape of
the high moors (nature-conservation area) and an perfect view to the
Krimml Waterfalls and into the Krimml Achen Valley.
An on top it is very biker friendly:
- "Bikers' Point" on the "Wasserfallblick" parking area (1,543m) with information of routes and accommodation
- preferential parking areas reserved for motorcycles next to the entrance to the Krimml Waterfalls and the Water Wonder World with "Bikers' Safes" for intermediate safe keeping of equipment not required
The Goldeck Panoramic Road in Zlan-Stockenboi with its great view to the surrouding mountains and valleys is among Carinthia’s most beautiful scenic roads. You’ll reach the parking space “Seetal” after 10 nice turns at an altitude of 1.900 m after a 14,5 km long ride with a maximum road inclination of 10%. But please be aware that you'll have to pay a minor road toll
It is short but nice street with some curves. But most important it offers a wonderful view on Lake Como from above
It is a nice street in the coastal area of Italy. Nothing to ride fast but to enjoy the landscape and the villages you are passing. But you have to be aware that there could be an intense traffic. I was lucky and had the street mostly for me alone
The famous la Bonnette road, believed to be the highest pass in Europe. Spectacular views and a great view from the top.
This street cannot be compared to Transalpina or Tranfagarasan but it is still a nice road with a lovely landscape around. The quality of the street differs: from extraordinary good to gravel to bad. But still you’ll enjoy the trip. I did this in September 2015 with a street bike: Honda CB 1100 EX.
The Transfăgărăşan (trans (over, across) + Făgăraş) or DN7C is the highest (~2200m) and most dramatic paved road in Romania. Built as a strategic military route by Nicolae Ceauşescu, the 110 km of twists and turns run North to South across the tallest sections of the Carpathian Mountains, between the highest peak in the country, Moldoveanu, and the second highest, Negoiu. The road connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia, and the cities of Sibiu and Piteşti.
DN67C is No. 2 Romanian biking road in terms of both scenery and turns (Transfagarasan (DN7C) is still number one). Spectacular high alpine view ("trans" = crossing the). Newly asphalted road, about 5 km. are still waiting to be asphalted in summer of 2011, but no problem even now, as the road is already prepared. Check for availability, it should be opened from June 1. You may find accommodation in Ranca (relatively new ski resort). There is an alternative, from Sugag - Dobra - Jina - Saliste - Sibiu, which is more atractive from scenery point of view and it will be more attractive also for corners, once the road is finished (curently prepared to be asphalted). Near Novaci you may want to visit "Polovragi" cave - in the village with the same name or "Muierii" (that is Women's) cave.
I did this trip im early March 2016 with a Honda CB1100 EX. I had still some snow in the mountains and a warm sunny weather at the end of the trip at the sea side. The street is motsly perfect and I enjoyed the trip. Highly recommended.
Very pleasant section that runs along the border.
Nice corners and pleasant border surroundings
Lots of fun corners to keep you on your toes, then some good straights. It follows a valley (that goes all the way up from Karlovy Vary). If you do this one, you really should also do the one Eastwards on road 20/E49. If there are more roads like this in the Western Czech republic, then someone ought to share them with the rest of us. Personally, I would gladly go back and look for more. Top ratings from me
Nice trip to Krivoklat castle.
Very nice road to take when you want to get from Jihlava to Trebic or back. Plenty of nice corners, usually no Police, but beware of a few nasty sharp corners with low visibility.
Traditional track of Brno Grand Prix. Especially part trough Kohoutovice has interesting corners.
Probably one of the best biking roads in Hungary. Much to see and a good road profile to ride bike.
I did this trip in March 2016 with a street bike (Honda CB 1100 EX). Streets are good (compared to Kosovo Standard) and the landscape wonderful. I loved it!