Central - more central - East Tyrol!
You could hardly put it more succinctly: central - more central - East Tyrol! There is barely another motorbike region in the Austrian Alps that has such a central location between prominent sought-after regions for bikers. After discovering the maze of bends in the Dolomites and in Friaul, going around the lakes in Carinthia and conquering the highest passes on the Großglockner High Alpine Road, you must ensure that you still have time to explore the local valley communities and high alpine roads. You’ll always regret it, for example, if you don’t take the opportunity to see the Kalser Glockner Road and Pustertal High Mountain Road.
Geographically speaking, East Tyrol is separate from its own state of Tyrol and only accessible via South Tyrol or the Salzburger Land, but this enables you to enjoy all the benefits of the southern location. On the other side of the Upper Tauern, sandwiched between South Tyrol and Carinthia, the weather influence clearly comes from Italy.