Driving license category «A»
Vespa GTS 300 Super
This route is for those who want to pack as much experiences as one possibly can in just half a day’s ride. You will cover a distance of about 50 km on the roads winding through hills and valleys where the Custoza, Garganega, and Bardolino wine grapes are grown. Crossing the border between the Vento and Lombardia regions, you’ll ride along the river Mincio and visit several ancient towns, including the famous Borghetto, the village of watermills. And in the end of your journey, you’ll be rewarded with a glass of wine in a small family winery run by our friends.
If you are not an experienced rider and the twists and turns of the roads around Lake Garda make you uncomfortable, consider this route. The area to the south of Garda is called Little Tuscany, a nickname that speaks for itself. Colline Moreniche is a little paradise where the scenic hills covered with vineyards and olive groves are dotted with tiny villages boasting centuries of history. This is a place that has it all: magnificent landscapes, ancient fortresses and castles, local dishes that in many cases you won’t find anywhere else in Italy, and delicious local wines, such as Custoza and Lugana.
Many people come to Garda to make a tour around the lake. And leave frustrated, since the only road going along its shore seems a continuous traffic jam, and the view over the lake is invariably blocked by some obstacle. To avoid dark moods, take our Day over Garda trip.
The Valpolicella valley is famous throughout the world thanks to its eponymous wine. But we would like you to discover all of the delights that this generous and exceptionally beautiful land showers on its dwellers and visitors alike.
A route for experienced riders who don’t mind staying hours in the saddle and can tackle the trickiest mountain switchbacks. Your reward: magnificent views over Lake Garda and beyond; secret paths on both sides of Monte Baldo; a lunch cooked by real mountain-dwellers, montanari; ascent to an altitude of over 1.5 kilometers. A full throttle trip!
Want to take in the most impressive views of Lake Garda in just 3-4 hours? Now you can! With this 50 km route starting in Riva del Garda you will explore perhaps the most picturesque part of the lake shore, and discover Garda from really stunning perspectives.
This is the route for biker enthusiasts who love the speed, the constantly changing landscapes, the rush of wind in their faces. Taking this trip will allow you to enjoy the best views not only of Lake Garda proper, but also the prettiest among its companion lakes, Idro, Ledro, and Valvestino.
Our Day over Riva route is your chance to discover everything that escapes the eye of a common tourist driving a car or taking a bus. This 90 km Vespa scooter ride will enable you to see and learn all these secrets, explore the places never featuring in guide books, and taste the stuff you will never find in a regular store.
They get a daily maintenance check. Believe us, you won’t find a better park of scooters in the entire region.
We spent months researching each and every of them.
In every shop and restaurant. Just show your Vespa keychain with Motoragazzi logo.
Each scooter comes with a navigator pre-loaded with your route and an iPhone with an electronic tour guide.
Any issues or breakdowns are our problem, not yours. We are always there, always in touch.
Riding in team or on your own is always your choice.
You are welcome to make all the detours you like.
choose what you’d like to see based on our recommendations or on your own.
Choose your comfortable speed, gun the engine, slow down, or stop wherever you like.
All the information you need is provided in our electronic guide
Book a tour
Come by car or with our shuttle
Park free on our secure parking
Take a short training
Enjoy your ride
To get the most out of your Italian motor journey, you want it completely hassle-free. And that’s where MotoRagazzi can help: we offer you an extensive range of services and take care of your tiniest needs.
Your scooter or motorbike will need only one thing—you, riding it and having the fun of your life. Every day it will be waiting for you, in perfect order, fueled, checked and washed all over. We are working through the night so that you could enjoy the entire day.
We're always there for you: every scooter is outfitted with an iPhone with 4G internet and Wi-Fi. Use your iPhone to consult our electronic guide book and share your impressions over social media. And the phone can come useful to contact our manager at any time: ask your questions, get help with chatting with the locals, report any issues.
Italy's roads are long and winding, but don't let it bother you—you just can't get lost. Each scooter has a state-of-the-art navigator with the latest map updates. And if you're still worried, we have checked all of our motor routes over and over again, so there is just no room for error.
Thanks to GPS, our coordinators can see exactly where each scooter is at any time. If you do get lost, we'll always call you and explain the shortest way to wherever you were heading.
If you've punctured your tire or your scooter lets you down for any reason, we'll supply you with a substitute vehicle ASAP. We always have a couple of spare Vespas ready, as well as a truck to haul them over to you.
We draw the routes for our journeys through the places that you may easily miss if you are following popular Italy guides. Believe us, the real, authentic Italy lies far away from the cities with their noisy crowds, posh shops and busy motorways.
We are going to show you the treasures of this country, usually hidden from the eye of a common tourist: magnificent landscapes, quiet streets of ancient towns, trattorias frequented exclusively by local clientele, unique wineries, traditional workshops with artisans handing the secrets of their craft down for many generations, secluded abbeys, and much, much more—all the things that Italy reveals only to the traveler light of heart, never in a hurry, and not weighed down by clumsy luggage.
A) You arrive at one of our offices in Peschiera del Garda, Sona, or Riva del Garda in your own car, by taxi, or bus. From the Peschiera del Garda offices we arrange transfer to Sona, where our main base is located.
B) You park your car, if applicable (parking is free of charge at our offices near Peschiera del Garda).
C) You take a short briefing and scooter driving training.
D) You hop onto your scooter and ride off with our group or on your own, using the navigator and electronic guide which contains all the information you need.
Judge for yourself:
It’s up to you. If you want our trip leader to be close by, he’ll be there. If you prefer to travel on your own, the trip leader will not ride along, but always accessible should you require assistance. The price of your tour stays the same, whether the trip leader joins you, or no.
You tell us. Each scooter has a Garmin navigator preloaded with your route details. It will reliably guide you through the trip and all of its stops. Additionally, you’ll get an iPhone with an electronic guide that contains all the required information: what landmarks to look for, what treat to buy, what’s best to order in a restaurant, etc. Thus, if you prefer not to ride as a group, you’ll have everything you need for an individual journey.
In fact, much easier, than riding a bicycle: you don’t need to pedal :)
All our scooters have automatic transmission, so you don’t have to worry about shifting gears. All you need to do is accelerate to go faster and break to slow down. During our twenty minute pre-tour training session we’ll explain how the scooter works and how to ride it. It is absolutely safe as long as you follow our recommendations. In all our years as a company we never had a single road accident.
To ride a 125cc scooter a standard category B (Thank God it’s Italy!) or an A1 category license. For a more powerful 300cc scooter you’ll need a motorcycle (category A) license.
Our trip leader will get to you at once to either fix the problem on the spot or, failing that, offer you a replacement scooter.
Any of the following methods:
Your tour price includes third party liability (TPL) insurance. Unfortunately, it is not possible to arrange CASCO insurance for rented scooters or bikes in Italy. Therefore, in case your scooter is damaged during your trip, you’ll have to pay for repairs. That being said, we’d like to note that, unlike many rentals, we don’t charge our customers for minor scratches and such. We are in another business.
Our staff speak English, German, Italian, and Russian.
We ride out in any weather. There will be a rain suit for you in each of our scooters. If you don’t have a helmet, we will provide our own. In the summer you’ll be quite comfortable riding in a T-shirt, shorts, and sneakers. If It’s cooler, we encourage you to bring along a jacket and a pair of gloves. Keep in mind that even at 18˚С riding a scooter will feel chilly.
But of course! You can follow the suggested route/program or make any detour you might fancy. The only thing we ask of you is to return to our office by sunset.
To make a long story short, the roads we take are not the ones you are likely to find on your own. We spent months looking for the most interesting and at the same time safe routes, covering scenic, unusual, and trouble-free roads, where there is no heavy traffic or hordes of tourists. Rest assured that we personally checked every turn to ensure that even the less experienced scooter riders won’t risk an accident.
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