Riding Day 1
(Athens – Ano Trikala of Corinth)
After picking up our motorcycles and checking our equipment, we leave our base and the center of Athens behind.
We head northwest of Athens, crossing its suburban outskirts and taking us to our first off-road encounter of the trip: a beautiful dirt road through a pristine pine forest will lead us to Psatha beach. We will move along the beach and then climb the Geranias Mountains enjoying an uphill off-road path. Get ready to take unique photos because this sea view is breathtaking!
We continue to Lake Vouliagmeni, the famous Isthmus of Corinth, and then on to ancient Corinth-Acrocorinth, in order to enjoy the ancient monuments there. We will relax and enjoy the scenery at 1000m altitude and enjoy dinner together.
Riding Day 2
(Ano Trikala – Kalavrita – Ano Trikala)
After enjoying our traditional Greek breakfast, our tour will begin with a 10km uphill climb to the Ziria ski resort so that we and our motorcycles can warm up. We continue through the forest of Mount Ziria and from there we will go downhill looking for the village of Goura in mountainous Corinth and then the chapel of Agios Fanourios which is in the center of the artificial lake Feneos. We leave the prefecture of Corinth behind and go up in altitude. An uphill pass will lead us to the southeastern part of Mount Helmos, where the landscape becomes even wilder and greener due to the dense fir forest, large plane trees and cool brooks. Afterwards we will visit Lake Tsivlos and historical Kalavryta. We will refresh ourselves in the natural springs and plane trees of the village of Planitero and our last destination before our next overnight stay will be Lake Dasiou at an altitude of 1,480m.
Riding Day 3
(Ano Trikala of Corinth – Mycenae – Αthens)
After enjoying a traditional Greek breakfast, we begin our tour by going deep into the forest of Mount Ziria, taking us to Lake Dasiou at an altitude of 1,480m. We will cross Mount Ziria and riding through beautiful traditional villages we will head to the Nemea Plain. Nemea is world renowned for the legend of Hercules but also for its high-quality wine and olive oil. Here the landscape as well as the morphology of the dirt changes while taking us through endless vineyards; eventually taking us to the ancient city of Mycenae. Get ready to admire the ancient Mycenaean civilization which flourished here in 1600 BC. We continue and ride on ancient Mycenaean paths which will take us to the temple of Ancient Nemea and the ancient stadium. From there we will begin our return trip to Athens.