• Cycle Tourism
    • Active & Green
    • Lifestyle

Rigorously Bike friendly

Rooms for travelers on two wheels.

When traveling through the streets of Milan on two wheels, it is important to find the right place to stop and have a break, enjoy a cup of cofee and make a quick bike check-up if necessary.

Are there places like that in Milan? They may not be many, but once you visit them they will stay in your memory forever.

1. BIANCHI CAFE &CYCLES

From breakfast to lunches, aperitifs and dinner, every moment is right for stopping by the Bianchi Cafè & Cycles. Fans of this historic bicycicle brand know already that it stands for Italian quality and style. It opened a few months ago in via Cavallotti, just a few steps of the Cathedral or Duomo, as the locals call it. Stop by for a drink at its lunge bar and treat your palate with some of the restaurant's dishes. If you wish to buy a city or mountain bike or any accessory from this prestigious brand, take a look at its shop, which counts with a workshop and bike fitting service.

2. UPCYCLE MILANO BIKE CAFE

An urban bike cafè in via Ampère 59, Upcycle Milano is an open and welcoming space where you can sit and work with your laptop, read a book or watch cycling races at its screening room. Since it is a business that caters to biking enthusiasts, you can repair your bicycle in its premises or attend maintenance courses that take place here.

3. CASCINA CUCCAGNA

Cascina Cuccagna is the result of a project focusing on restoring an eighteenth century building repurposed into a gathering hub. You can go grocery shopping at its farmers market, attend one of its many courses like carpentry, organic cosmetic products or yoga, enjoy a culinary experience at the tables of its singular trattoria and vegetarian dishes by chef Nicola Cavallaro. You can get your bike repaired as well at Ciclofficina Cuccagna (open every Saturday starting at 14:30) and get some assistance, learn the basic secrets of cycling mechanics or just find tools to repair your vehicle.

4. DEUS CAFE'

The Deus Café is the preferred rendezvous point for fans of the Deus Ex Machina brand, a bar and restaurant located beside the Australian company's exhibition space in via Thaon Revel, where it is possible to take a break while the workshop staff are at work, or just have some mediterranean cuisine dishes for lunch. It is open everyday from 9.30 late at night.

5. ERBA BRUSCA

Halfway between the city and the countryside in Alzaia Naviglio Pavese 286, there is Erba Brusca, a restaurant with its own garden market and seaonal cooking based on local products or from environmentally friendly providers. Customers can loan its available bikes in order to pedal along the canals of the naviglio.

6. CICLOSFUSO

Ciclosfuso embraces numerous universes in a single space. It focuses mainly in cycling and wine. It includes a winery with a bistrot for tasting sessions at the table or on the go, open for lunchtime and the evenings, plus a bicycle store with its own workshop. It is a gathering place for events, meetings and exhibitions. Founded on a former industrial complex, its main entrance can be found in Via Sartirana and counts with a quiet courtyard in via Vigevano 43, at a suburban home in old Milan.

On the same topic

MTB-Montagna, Alpe Mara

Montagna, Farina, S.Maria Perlungo, Scessa, Oniscio, Alpe Arcinio, Mara, Alpe Mara, Rifugio Gugiatti-Sertorelli - ritorno a Montagna
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Montagna, Alpe Mara

MTB-Ponte, Val Fontana

Ponte stazione, San Rocco, Sant’Antonio, Piano dei Cavalli, Alpe Campiascio - ritorno a Ponte stazione
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Ponte, Val Fontana

From the Mountain to the Plains

From Valtellina to the Po Valley, 200 km to live by bike
  • Cycle Tourism
From the mountain to the plains, 200 km by bike

MTB-San Giuseppe, Sasso Alto

San Giuseppe, I Barchi, Lago Palù, Alpe Palù, Passo Campolungo, Monte Motta Sasso Alto - ritorno a San Giuseppe
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-San Giuseppe, Sasso Alto

MTB-Chiesa, Rifugio Bosio

Chiesa in Valmalenco, strada per Primolo, Lago di Chiesa, Alpe Airale, Rifugio Bosio, Lago di Chiesa, Alpe Pirlo, strada per Lago di Chiesa - ritorno a Chiesa Valmalenco
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Chiesa, Rifugio Bosio

Bike tours at the Monza ENI Circuit

Ride a bike around the legendary track of the Monza Autodromo? You can. Find out how. 
  • Cycle Tourism
Cicloturismo Autodromo di Monza

Itinerary the cycle road of lambro

  • Cycle Tourism
Itinerary The Cycle-Road of Lambro

MTB-Montagna, Carnale, Davaglione

Montagna, Paini, Cà Bongiascia, San Giovanni, Carnale, Davaglione Piano, Oniscio, Scessa, Barca, S.Maria Perlungo, Cà Zoia, Cà Mazza, Farina, Montagna
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Montagna, Carnale, Davaglione

Rigorously Bike friendly

Rooms for travelers on two wheels.
  • Cycle Tourism
Rigorously Bike friendly, a few suggestions

The Valtellina trail

Selvetta, Colorina, Fusine, Cedrasco, Caiolo, Albosaggia, Sondrio, Faedo, Piateda, Ponte, Castello Dell’Acqua
  • Cycle Tourism
The Valtellina trail

From the Orobie to the Crema area

Wonderful cycle paths between art treasures, castles, villages and bridges. 9 stops between the Orobie and the Crema area
  • Cycle Tourism
From the Orobie to the Crema area

Mantua Hills Bike Itinerary

  • Cycle Tourism
Mantua Hills Bike Itinerary, ride on!

Garda and the course of the Chiese

A velodrome fit for champions. And more: churches, lakes, museums and an excellent virgin olive oil. From Garda to the course of the Chiese
  • Cycle Tourism
The axis of the Chiese river, discovering the eastern lakes

MTB-Chiesa Campo Moro

Chiesa Valmalenco, Lanzada, Tornadri, Campo Franscia, Largone, Campo Moro - ritorno a Chiesa Valmalenco
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Chiesa Campo Moro

MTB-Triangia, Lago Colina

Triangia (Sondrio), Ligari, Forcola, Poverzone, Alpe Prato Secondo, Alpe Marscenzo, Alpe e Lago Colina - ritorno a Triangia
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Triangia, Lago Colina

From Lake Maggiore to Po River

Art Nouveau friezes, museum bread and cycleways along river banks
  • Cycle Tourism
Borgo di Arcumeggia

From Valtellina to Cremona area

Terraced vineyards, mountain bike trails and characteristic eateries. And a lake that you can by steamer, taking your bike with you
  • Cycle Tourism
From Valtellina to Cremona area

From Garda to the Po

Frescoes depicting lobsters and pomegranates. Freshwater fish and spicy ravioli. The route between Lake Garda and the Po offers many delights
  • Cycle Tourism
From Garda to the Po

MTB-Caiolo, Val Cervia

Caiolo, San Bernardo, Pranzera, Casa Scarì, tagliafuoco verso Val Cervia, Campelli in Val Cervia, Fienili di Arale, Cedrasco, Caiolo
  • Cycle Tourism
MTB-Caiolo, Val Cervia

Lombardy by bike

10 itineraries to explore Lombardy by bike
  • Cycle Tourism
10 itineraries to explore Lombardy by Bike