tour reports

Taming the Transylvanian Alps

Our Transylvanian Alps tour is a tough nut to crack: six days of intensive single trail mountain biking. Difficult fort most, not for the Swedes.

Bucegi two-days mtb ride

Photos from a two-days mtb blitz-trip up in Bucegi Mountains, all-mountain and enduro style. Putting the ticker, the legs and the technique to some proper stress tests!

Bucegi Circuit 2017 – first instalment

Our first Bucegi Circuit tour for the 2017 season had special guests from Israel. The four brave mountain bikers came to Romania for a nice biking holiday and ended up with much more than that: they’ve sampled what “mountain” stands for in “mountain-biking”, they’ve improved their skills on bike both for the climbs and the… Read more »

Short mtb trips around Brasov

Are you looking for a short mtb trip around Brasov? One day, two days, medium to expert level, expats living in Romania or accidental visitors, etc. Call us!

Up the mountains

Our second instalment of Lithuanian mountain bikers came to visit Romania in September 2016, enjoying four days of summer-like weather and riding in the mountains near Brașov. The Postavaru Mountain, The Piatra Craiului National Park and The Bucegi Natural Park have a few common traits. They are close to Brasov, surrounding an area filled with magic and charm:… Read more »

Trail-spotting

The first guided tour of the 2016 season came unexpectedly soon, at the beginning of March. Normally we are busy ski-touring this time of the year, but these are not normal times :). We made the best of the conditions, riding on the trails of Postavaru mountain and hiking on some gorgeous paths in Piatra Craiului, trail-spotting… Read more »

Brașov, the Romanian mtb hub

There are many good mountain biking areas in Romania, but there is something special about Brașov. The variety of mountains within reach is incredible. Five minutes from the old city center you can ride the trails of Postăvaru, then seamlessly moving towards Bucegi, Piatra Craiului, Piatra Mare, Ciucaș, Baiului, Grohotișului, etc. The vast choice of… Read more »