Singletrack - for experienced mountain bikers

The Pyrenees & Beyond

June - September8 daysSkill:ADVANCED 7/9

SKILL LEVEL 7 - ADVANCED

You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand and are comfortable doing so on aggressive terrain with little braking.

You can hop over obstacles such as small roots and rocks that less advanced riders may wheel lift over. You are comfortable and confident with a front wheel lift and rear wheel lift to get up and over larger obstacles (up to 6 inches) such as roots and rocks that are not rollable.

If you have ridden a bike park, you are comfortable on all green, blue and black trails.

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Fitness:7/9

FITNESS LEVEL 7

  • You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 5 hours of pedal time.

  • You can handle moderate climbs up to 750 vertical metres (2,450 ft) total in a day.

  • You exercise on average 6 hours per week.

  • Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

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Culture level:Out there

Level Out there

  • On our 'Out There' Rides, you'll experience unfamiliar situations such as foreign languages, foreign cultures/cultural experiences, remote areas, and other experiences that push you out of your comfort zone.
  • These Rides are great for adventurous types that are looking for something different. If you'd prefer something a little less exotic, try our 'Familiar' or 'Adventurous' Rides.
€4,595 EUR

Step back in time and pedal through century-old forts, castles and abandoned villages while marvelling at the incredible natural history of the Spanish Pyrenees. Smile from ear-to-ear on two epic heli-bike descents from Punta Suelza peak and Sierra Negra near the quaint mountain town of Benasque. Spend your days riding rocky, technical terrain amongst stunning vistas topped off with delicious Spanish cuisine, local wine from the best regions in Spain and rest well in comfortable historic boutique hotels.

Explorer - offroad adventures for beginners

Camino de Santiago

May & September 15 daysSkill:NOVICE 3/9

SKILL LEVEL 3 - NOVICE

You're hooked on riding off-road and wide dirt trails (atv trails or doubletrack), but still lack the skills and confidence to consistently ride terrain with roots, rocks, tight corners, tight trees and steeps. Singletrack - what is singletrack?

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Fitness:7/9

FITNESS LEVEL 7

  • You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 5 hours of pedal time.

  • You can handle moderate climbs up to 750 vertical metres (2,450 ft) total in a day.

  • You exercise on average 6 hours per week.

  • Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

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Culture level:Familiar

Level Familiar

  • On our Familiar trips, Riders from Western countries/cultures will generally experience familiar languages and cultures, and experiences that are generally familiar.
  • While the riding and activities themselves may be quite adventurous and/or challenge you, you'll still find the overall environment quite familiar if you come from a 'developed' country.
  • If you're looking for something a little more exotic, check out our 'Adventurous' and 'Out There' Rides.
$5,195 USD

The Way of Saint James was one of the most important Christian pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. Who knew that it would one day make for the perfect cycling holiday through some of Europe's most stunning scenery, charming villages, captivating history and most delectable wine regions.

Medio Camino De Santiago

May & September 7 daysSkill:NOVICE 3/9

SKILL LEVEL 3 - NOVICE

You're hooked on riding off-road and wide dirt trails (atv trails or doubletrack), but still lack the skills and confidence to consistently ride terrain with roots, rocks, tight corners, tight trees and steeps. Singletrack - what is singletrack?

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Fitness:7/9

FITNESS LEVEL 7

  • You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 5 hours of pedal time.

  • You can handle moderate climbs up to 750 vertical metres (2,450 ft) total in a day.

  • You exercise on average 6 hours per week.

  • Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

Click here for more information on our Skill and Fitness Rating System
Culture level:Familiar

Level Familiar

  • On our Familiar trips, Riders from Western countries/cultures will generally experience familiar languages and cultures, and experiences that are generally familiar.
  • While the riding and activities themselves may be quite adventurous and/or challenge you, you'll still find the overall environment quite familiar if you come from a 'developed' country.
  • If you're looking for something a little more exotic, check out our 'Adventurous' and 'Out There' Rides.
$2,995 USD

Our Medio (half) Camino ride is perfect for Riders with limited time that are still searching for a transformational mountain bike journey. The 7-day ride explores the second half of The Way from Leòn to Santiago de Compostela. You'll pass through historic towns, ride through beautiful wine regions and experience one of the most important Christian pilgrimages during the Middle Ages.