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Beaufort – Les Saisies

Mountainbike routes The flowy blues are good for beginners and for warming up. Then there are rooty reds with easy jumps. More roots on the black with some bigger jumps. Expert line has some massive jumps. Slippery when wet, doesnt dry fast. There are also a lot of enduro and xc trails, you can use… read more »

Epic mountainbike and ice cream holiday in Aosta and Pila.

Mountainbiking in Aosta. (overview) Aosta in the Italian alps is a well known mountainbike destination, you could easily spend multiple weeks riding here without getting bored. It’s not just a mountainbike spot, it’s also a complete holiday destination for your non-cycling family members. It’s one of the few places where you can take the gondola… read more »

Garda lake

Mountainbike routes One of the big mountainbiking mekka’s. Don’t come here if you don’t like loose rocks. There are trails for everybody, from forest roads to very technical singletrails. Mountain biking in Arco and Torbole [wp-review] The village Hotels and apartments Campings Mountainbike trails Books and maps GPS Mtb trailmap Bike shops/¬†guiding/¬†Mountainbike rental Tips and… read more »

Paganella

Mountainbike routes Bikepark: peter pan is a neverending, fast flowtrail Red has some steep roots and rocks The blacks are more serious, steep slippery rocks. Molveno: easy flowtrails Andalo intermediate flowtrails, faster and more jumps. If you like natural trails make sure you don’t miss carlton’s trail and secret trail. Mountain biking in Paganella, Molveno… read more »

Livigno

Mountainbike routes Some bikeparks think 3 trails are more than enough, mottolino has 14 and is still building more! From easy blue’s to gnarly expert only blacks. Flow trails, natural trails, with steep root sections, dirt jumps, drops, pizza, you name it they’ve got it. And the carosello 3000 lift has even more trails, but… read more »

Nordkette Innsbruck

Mountainbike routes Longest, most difficult singletrail of europe? Yep, this is not your regular bikepark. Steep turns with slippery uneven rocks, either your riding this at speed or your walking, there is no in between. There are also 2 easier trails starting at arzler(?) alm, which require a small pedal up. Mountain biking in Nordkette… read more »

Schladming

Mountainbike routes In bike park Schladming Planai there are two legendary mountainbike tracks. They are long and fast, it’s best to bring some extra brake pads. If you want some variation there are also a green and a red trail, that can be accessed from the middle station. A couple of minutes away are the… read more »

South Downs

Mountainbike routes The most famous route in the South Downs is the South Downs Way, which is 160 km. It is mainly double track on top of the south downs ridge with every once in a while a steep descent, followed by a steep climb. Of to the side you will find numerous bridleways, some… read more »

Sell-am-see and Kaprun

Mountainbike routes The riding around Sell am see and Kaprun is mostly xc oriented, up and down on forestry roads “schotterwegen”, here and there bits of singletrail. You will get plenty of beautiful mountain views, no matter if you choose the family friendly loops in the valley or the climb up to the Hundstein (2117m.)… read more »

Leogang

Mountainbike routes Leogang is a famous stop on the downhill worldcup tour, but there is no need to be scared there are also plenty of trails for beginners and intermediate riders. There is one thing you should be scared of however, this place will get you HOOKED! The trails in Leogang are linked to the… read more »

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