The drivers set off from Moena Trentino, Italy to challenge themselves and their timeless machines on the route covering the second half of the 25 June 1913 route. Up ahead awaited tight hairpin turns and the highest pass of the original Alpenfahrt, the 2239m high Pordoi Pass.
As the first cars approached Pordoi Pass, they were greeted by a very large and unexpected bicycle tour which forced them to bypass the ascent and continue onto Falzarego Pass, the second highest climb on the original event rally, reaching 2117m altitude. The drivers and their passengers enjoyed the spectacular mountain views and experienced the hairpin tunnel near the summit of Falzarego.
The Dolomites behind them, the Trial stopped in Warmbad Villach for the evening where they were treated to a marching band, followed by a well deserved four course meal with traditional Austrian music.