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Win a Bike-Tour!

Due to the ongoing corona virus crisis, everyone has had to accept restrictions and even motorcycling was only possible to a very limited extent until now. Furthermore, especially holiday travel will be difficult or even impossible in times of the Corona virus.
Many holiday plans have to be thrown overboard, package tours and flights have already been cancelled and nobody knows exactly what the summer holidays may look like this year. Our tip - get on your bike and off you go!

And now comes the best bit a little help from your Held family: Share your most beautiful motorcycle tour with us. Together with our partners MOTORRAD Action Team and Edelweiss Bike Travel we have created the campaign "Win a Bike-Tour". Send us your favourite tour until 15.09.2020 by email to: touren@held.de. From all descriptions, key data and pictures of your day tour, your weekend trip or the motorcycle tour of several days we will choose the most beautiful tours and publish them on www.held.de. At the end of the tour we will raffle two motorcycle tours sponsored by MOTORRAD Action Team and Edelweiss Bike Travel as well as a Held Touring outfit with a total value of over 8.000,00 €.
Share your favourite tour with us and win one of three heroic prizes.

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Tour description:

Facts:

  • 2 - 3 stages
  • 600km
  • four countries
  • about 230 km of mountain pass roads
  • 11 Pass heights
  • lowest pass height: 1.178 m above sea level
  • highest pass height: 2.757 m above sea level

Route:

  • Start: Held Flagshipstore - östliche Alpenstraße 32, 87527 Sonthofen
  • via the B308 the route leads to the first pass, the Jochpass
  • In Schattwald you cross the border into Austria to the B199
  • Through the Tannheimer Tal you reach the Gaichtpass
  • In Weißenbach take the B198 and follow the river Lech
  • After a few kilometres turn left onto the Bschlaber Landesstraße
  • Via the Hahntennjoch the Bschlaber Landesstraße leads to the town of Imst
  • On the B181 it goes over the next pass into the Ötztal, to Haimingerberg and Kühtaisattel
  • In Sellrain, turn right and go over Axams and Mutters until you reach the old Brenner road (182, later SS12)
  • Via the old Brenner road you then reach Sterzing
  • In Sterzing turn right towards Gasteig to reach the Jaufenpass
  • The route then leads via the SS44 to Meran to the SS38
  • Arrived in Prad at the Stilfserjoch, the route continues over the Stilfserjoch towards Switzerland
  • At the end of the pass road you reach the Umbrailpass in Switzerland
  • Afterwards we leave Switzerland and go to the Reschenpass and Reschensee
  • After the Reschenpass you return to Austria and take the B180 to Landeck
  • In Landeck ride in the direction of Arlberg until St. Anton am Arlberg
  • Afterwards one rides via Schröcken, Mellau and Hittisau to the German Balderschwang
  • Over the last pass, the Riedbergpass it goes to Obermaiselstein
  • The B19 then leads to Sonthofen
  • Destination: Held Flagshipstore - Östliche Alpenstraße 32, 87527 Sonthofen

Tour description:

Facts:

  • 2 - 3 stages
  • about 600km
  • three countries
  • 6 mountain pass heights
  • lowest pass height: 1.093 m above sea level
  • highest pass height: 2.757 m above sea level

Route:

  • Start: Held GmbH, Rettenberger Str. 7, 87545 Burgberg
  • From Burgberg it goes to Sonthofen
  • In Sonthofen we take the B308 towards Bad Hindelang to the first pass, the Jochpass
  • Then we cross the border to Austria in Schattwald
  • Through the Tannheimer Tal we reach the Gaichtpass
  • Arrived in Weißenbach we turn on the B198 and drive along the river Lech
  • After a few kilometres turn left onto the Bschlaber Landesstraße
  • On the Bschlaber Landesstraße we cross the Hahntennjoch and reach the town of Imst
  • In Imst we follow a short stretch of the A12 towards Landeck
  • Some kilometres before Landeck we leave the A12 towards Rifental and drive through the Landecker Tunnel
  • Via the B180 we ride along the river Bad Inn to Nauders
  • Some kilometres after Nauders we cross the border to Italy
  • The Reschenpass and Reschensee follow
  • On the SS40 we drive to Spondig and then turn towards Stilfser Joch
  • Once in Bormio, take the SP29 via Santa Caterina and Pezzo to Parco dell'Adamello
  • In Ponte di Legno we turn right onto the SS42
  • We follow the SS42 until Lago d'Iseo
  • Passing Lago d'Iseo, the route continues via Palazzolo sull'Oglio, Orzinuovi, Crem and Codogno to Piacenza
  • In Piacenza we take the SS45 along the river Treppia
  • We follow the SS45 until Genoa
  • Destination: Fiera di Genova, P.le John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1, 16129 Genova GE, Italy
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