Levels.

Determining your bike riding level is not easy to do without having a good understanding of your skills and experience as such factors as the type of riding you do and the kind of terrain you usually ride on needs to be taken into consideration as well as your current form.

Levels.

Determining your bike riding level is not easy to do without having a good understanding of your skills and experience as such factors as the type of riding you do and the kind of terrain you usually ride on needs to be taken into consideration as well as your current form.

Skills.

So we have prepared this table to give you an idea of your current level to help you decide which is the best trip for you so that you can fully enjoy the experience that you have with us.

One of the advantages of our groups being very small is that we can be flexible.  So, if you see a destination that you like but our offer does not fit your current physical and/or technical level then please do be in contact and we will be happy to plan something tailored to you and your group.  Likewise, if you have any questions about any of the destinations, the routes or your level, please contact us and we will assist you the best we can.

Skills.

So we have prepared this table to give you an idea of your current level to help you decide which is the best trip for you so that you can fully enjoy the experience that you have with us.

One of the advantages of our groups being very small is that we can be flexible.  So, if you see a destination that you like but our offer does not fit your current physical and/or technical level then please do be in contact and we will be happy to plan something tailored to you and your group.  Likewise, if you have any questions about any of the destinations, the routes or your level, please contact us and we will assist you the best we can.

Basic

You know how to ride a bicycle, handling brakes and gears correctly. You can ride on roads with ease and on roads in good condition spontaneously and naturally.

Basic

100%

Medium

You are able to handle the bike with ease on secondary roads, tracks and trails of all kinds without excessive complications. Cornering, road balance and breaking control are not a problem for you. You have been riding your bike regularly for more than two years.

Medium

50%

High

You are able to traverse technical sections, steep steps, and close turns with ease. You control standing balance, bunny hops, and can tackle drops of a meter or more with no problem. You feel confident when the terrain gets tough. You have experience riding in all types of terrain and conditions (dry, wet, mud, etc.) You have been riding your bike regularly for more than five years.

High

75%

Very high

You have no problems with steep trails, complex trails with very large steps, blind passages and you are able to roll on exposed terrain safely. You handle yourself in the techniques from the trial. The “wheelie”, the “manual” and the “endo” have no secrets for you. You feel very safe in all types of terrain and conditions (dry, wet, mud, etc). You can perform very technical descents of more than an hour in duration without getting off-center and without losing concentration. You have been riding your bike regularly for more than 7 years.

Very high

90%

Basic

You ride a bike at least once a week for two to three hours. You are able to do routes of between two and three hours for three days in a row with an elevation gain of about 600+ per day that include stops to eat and take photos.

Basic

100%

Medium

You ride your bike twice a week for two hours or more.  You are able to do routes of between three and four hours for three days in a row with an elevation gain of about 800+ per day that include stops to eat and take photos.

Medium

50%

High

You ride your bike three times a week for three hours or more.  You are able to do routes of between four and five hours during four or five days in a row with an elevation gain of about 1000+ per day that include stops to eat and take photos.

High

70%

Very High

You ride your bike four times a week for three hours or more.  You are able to do routes of six hours or more for more than five days in a row with an elevation gain of about 1500+ per day that include stops to eat and take photos.

Very high

90%