Downhill Mountain bike holidays
Contemporary path bikes tend to be blurring the line between ‘DH’ and ‘trail riding’ so we aren’t going to set any rules on what’s what on this subject! For people, ‘downhill’ means just using gravity in order to make get the most away from amazing tracks in big mountains so we were doing this at trailAddiction since before ‘Enduro’ became unique thing. You can expect classic “DH’ on several world-class man-made classes if it’s that which you love the essential, but its the 100’s Km of concealed technical backcountry trails that basically get noticed. All right lift-Accessed. Zero pushing or pedalling required! The variety and superb access of your terrain makes “mainstream” destinations such as the Portes Du Soleil (Les Gets), and Whistler, and Queenstown NZ start to look extremely repetitive certainly.
Man-Made / Bicycle Park Riding
When it comes to experienced adrenaline junkie looking for steep drop-ins, big air-time additionally the buzz of taking man-made berms in top gear, Les Arcs wont disappoint… it is without a doubt the house grass and education ground of many top french downhillers.
For starters, the town of Arc 1600 is home to the Cachette Downhill training course used whilst the Sprint Avalanche race-track. This really is a highway of quick turns, huge berms, tabletops, fly-offs and several wooded technical areas! Secondly, simply outside Arc 1600 lies the beginning of the acclaimed Ebony 8 descent, a program which simply begs that get quicker, ducking and scuba diving rapidly down 800 straight metres into valley floor. With the possibility to either examine your rate on the main run or even to veer down track onto some cheeky brand-new man-made options (steeper parts, falls, kickers), the Ebony 8 is a firm favourite amongst downhillers of all of the capability levels. May brand-new ‘locals’ tracks are opening each under the funicular knowing finding all of them, including trailAddiction’s individual ‘Intellectual home’ path who has quickly become set up as one of the area’s best brand new trips.
Normal Terrain for 6-inch travel bikes
Aside from the man-made landscapes, there clearly was a lot of lift-accessed natural nice singletrack surface where your big rig or Enduro steed will feel right at home… why don't we dispell one misconception today: singletrack does NOT indicate XC riding or pressing uphill at the least maybe not at trailAddiction! With one of the main lifts working straight away from Peisey Village (trailAddiction HQ), you wantn’t be worried about pushing or pedalling into the tops of tracks. Due to the squat conical form of the les Arcs mountain these singletrack trails are up to 10km long and involve no climbing at all! As a result, these tracks are ideal for testing any downhiller into the restriction.