Ankündigung für Teilnehmer und Fans aus Deutschland.

Nachfolgend finden Sie die E-Mail-Adressen und Telefonnummern unserer Ansprechpartner in Deutschland für den Motogiro d’Italia:

Michael Cassel:;


Mob. +491717575110;

Brigitte Benner:;

Micheal und Brigitte haben eine bereits recht große Gruppe von Teilnehmern für den Motogiro d’Italia 2023 zusammengestellt und stehen Ihnen für Nachrichten, Erklärungen und jede freundliche Unterstützung, die Sie in Bezug auf die Veranstaltung benötigen.

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We have identified an Italian company that will be able to make the two trips for the motorbike transport and return for the Motogiro d’Italia 2024.

The company will be able to transport up to 17 motorbikes or, if necessary, could add another transport of up to a further 10 motorbikes.

The price offered for the transport of 17 motorbikes is good in our opinion, considering that they will have to make two round trips (for the additional 10 you will have to request a further quote).

Contact: Mototouring srl – Tour operator

& motorbike rental

Address: Via del Ricordo, 31, 20128 Milan

Telephone: 0039 02 2720 1556; Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 18:00

Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00

Saturday afternoon and Sunday closed.



MOTOGIRO D’ITALIA 2024 (33rd edition)


19 – 25 May 2024

In these days we receive many requests from enthusiasts to know if there is still room to register for the 2024 edition

Yes, there are still places available.

Sign up now! Before the maximum number of participants is reached!

Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in this joyful and exciting event, as witnessed in the “about us” section at the bottom of the site’s “Home page”.

We invite you to take a look at all the new features planned for 2024 and to carefully read the excerpt from the regulations where you will find updates for all categories.

In 2022 for the 2023 edition, we reached the maximum number of two hundred registrations before December, then we switched to a waiting list.

If you are interested in participating in the event, we advise you to register now, to secure your place, and check our website.



This thirty-third Historical Re-enactment also commemorates the one hundred and ten years since the first Motogiro d’Italia, which at the time had the name “Circuito d’Italia” and was first held in 1914.

We invite you to register, to our liking and according to your availability of suitable vehicles, in the categories ranging from 1914 to 1969.

This would confirm the Motogiro d’Italia’s value as a historical commemoration and as the travelling museum that everyone expects to see.

In 2023, we have seen a new turnout that has given preference to participation with historic vehicles and we hope you will all continue in this direction by registering with unique and special bikes.

To make the classification more realistic, the day’s penalties for all drivers will be multiplied by the coefficient 1, the year of registration of the vehicle.

Example: motorbike of 1955 the coefficient will be 1.55.

This will make it possible not to penalise, but rather to incentivise, those using older and more complex motorbikes.

The day’s classification will then give rise to the usual stage score.

However, your presence will be appreciated even with vehicles from 1970 to the present day.

Our planned programme for the next edition will see us cover many of the roads that were the subject of a large part of the original routes and stage venues of the 1950s.

In 2024, these historic stage venues will include Bologna, from where the Starts and Finishes of the era were made, Parma, Villafranca di Verona, and Viareggio, They too will be the subject of historic stage locations and other towns and cities where we will perform checks along the way, as well as beautiful places in the regions we will pass through, which will be Emilia Romagna, Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto, Liguria, Tuscany, The route will wind through valleys, plains, hills, mountains and the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

There will be visits to unique museums and ‘World Brand’ industries.

The entire 2024 route will pass through cities that are among the best known in the world for their beauty, history and culture, and are fully part of the ‘Made in Italy’ world brand.

We thought of a route that would involve Emilia Romagna, to be in some way close and present to the populations affected by the terrible flood that devastated their territory.

Of course, this year, as every year, we would like to inform you that the route must be approved by the competent bodies that own the roads, and consequently the programme illustrated to date may be subject to slight variations.

Best regards

Massimo, Laura, Daniele, Luigi and all the Motogiro d’Italia staff

La tradizione italiana delle due ruote


Motogiro d ‘Italia is the historical re-enactment of the oldest and most prestigious Italian motorcycle race in stages. Born in 1914, the Motogiro reaches its top thanks to the Italian Motorcycle Federation between 1953 and 1957, when it becomes a true legend for two-wheel enthusiasts. The adventure ends in 1957, the year of the abolition of all road races after the terrible accident at the 1000Miglia.

Motogiro and the link with the territory


“Here we are. I hate big words; I bring awe. I do not know how to spend those: even for selling fake stuff you have to be cut for it. Yet when you get to this point and the flag is raised freezing all the noise, I always feel something inside me – a mixture of excitement and panic – that I could describe only by big words and because of failure to use them, it remains in my body for long time, as a weight on my stomach. Go!

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