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United Kingdom7-Stanes: Ae / United Kingdom

Posted by: Rob Milns on 11 Jul 2012.

Scottish Summer

Ae has perhaps the least options of the three trial centres we had ridden, with only a green, a blue and a red route outside of the 2 downhill courses. However, the red “Ae Line“ is a cracker. The start of the route had some tree felling going on we had some som...


FranceChâtel / France

Posted by: Tim Winterburn on 21 Jun 2012.

Freeride with big hairy balls

I was here during the World Champs of 2011, held just over the hill in Champery. On days off from the World Champs, a lot of the competitors were coming to Chatel to get their mojo on. I think that tells you everything you need to know - the trails here are really variable ...


FranceAlpe d'Huez / France

Posted by: Tim Winterburn on 21 Jun 2012.

Genuine competitor to Les Gets

I was in Alpe d'Huez for the Mega last year (2011) and was blown away by the huge number and variety of trails here. Plus, with Deux Alpes only 30mins drive away, the potential in this area is enormous. Anyway, the Alpe is amazing - start at over 3000m and have unbroken...


United Kingdom7-Stanes: Dalbeattie / United Kingdom

Posted by: Tim Winterburn on 21 Jun 2012.

One of the best trail centres for XC riders in Europe

For me, Dalbeattie has some of the very best manmade cross-country trails available to riders in Europe. A lot of the riding here is stony and technical, but also very flowy. Sections abound that would keep people working their way into freeriding happy, too. Its just a bla...


ItalyPrato Selva / Italy

Posted by: Daniel Smith on 21 Jun 2012.

Good mellow fun in top surroundings

A handful of fun little downhill tracks through the trees and some longer freeride routes made for a fun day. The hillside is quite mellow and a full downhill bike is overkill really. There are some fun features though and the surrounding mountains are really beautiful whic...


ItalySWUP Bike Park / Italy

Posted by: Daniel Smith on 21 Jun 2012.

Campo Felice summer fun

The SWUP bike park at Campo Felice offers a fun day out. The lift is pretty quick and the tracks all offer something to test you with some fun drops, northshore and jumps spread around the courses. Not too busy when I visited either so you can get loads of runs in no bother...


CanadaWhistler Bike Park / Canada

Posted by: David Scorer on 17 Jun 2012.

The best there is!

I've now had 2 1-week trips to Whistler, but they were a whole 10 years apart! The progression was obvious. I have been to a lot of other bike parks but Whistler is far and away the best in the world, and they continue to invest in trails and facility development. They ...


SwitzerlandMonte Tamaro / Switzerland

Posted by: David Scorer on 27 May 2012.

Slippery when wet

The DH course here is really intense. Starts in a little wooden hut and drops off straight into some wooden board drop offs and fast steep berms. It has everything - rocks, roots, drops etc. It started to rain after the first couple of runs which made the course super deman...


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