In Algund and its surrounding area, there is a variety of opportunities to discover the beautiful landscape on a bike and enhance your health at the same time. You can cycle through fragrant vineyards and orchards with a racing, trekking or city bike or use a mountain bike for the more demanding forest and Alpine trails... It all comes in various grades of difficulty and gives you different challenges. A trip along the old Roman Emperor road, called the Via Claudia Augusta is particularly beautiful. According to a 2,000 year old story, this route, which stretched from the Adriatic Sea and the Po plain to the Alps and across to the Danube River, will find – and has found – a new awakening. A part of this route runs from the Reschen Pass to Algund near Meran and from there further south, constantly keeping in touch with the Etsch River. This is another true paradise for cyclists. Along the road, there are numerous towns and villages with many places worth visiting, such as fortresses and castles, waiting to be discovered. There are also places to stop for a bite to eat, for new strength on the continuing journey. The surrounding area can be discovered by bike and train. The modern Vinschger railway brings you (for example) to Mals in the Vinschgau, and from there you can cycle back to Algund. There are a number of hotels and guesthouses offering a free bike hire service, which includes mountain bikes. In addition, the tourist board offers mountain bikes, city, trekking and e-bikes, as well as e-bike helmets for hire.