The rain and the mud should never prevent you from having a great mountain biking experience.
Tag: piatra craiului
Descents galore with a fair share of climbs, plus assisted uplifts for extra gravitational buzz. Focus on natural trails, with roots, logs, rock gardens, the lot. See the available open tours for the coming season HERE.
A custom-made holiday program for a group of friends wanting to do both mountain biking and hiking, reuniting the entire group over the dinner table.
Lubo, 60, and Milo, 59, proving that age is just a number.
We return with a video production after quite a long pause. We hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we did while riding the trails of Piatra Craiului, filming and editing the piece. There is a quite simple reason why we lagged behind on the video production front: when you go filming, that’s pretty much… Read more »
“Brutal” and “total” were the most used words by our four guests during our seven-day mountain biking tour across the Carpathians.
Eva and Christian are travelling to Transylvania quite often, tracing back family roots in and around Sibiu (Hermannstadt) area. This summer they wanted to try something different so they opted for a guided mtb tour, exploring trails in the Fortified Churches area, near Viscri, and then on the foothills of Piatra Craiului and Bucegi mountains…. Read more »
The rainy and muddy summer of 2014 in Romania did not stop us in having a glorious week, biking on the trails around Predeal, climbing the great Strunga Pass from the West Side (the in-famous Strunga descent just became an equally thrilling Strunga climb)
Sometimes we get too picky – I won’t go out today, it’s looking a little bit cloudy and I don’t want to risk a wash out. Nonsense! Get out and ride! Thanks Ryan, Pat and Martin for a great time out in the great, wet outdoors!
Here is a four minutes video cut from the footage recorded during our 2012 mountain biking trips. We rode across Ciucaş, Neamţului, Baiului, Bucegi, Piatra Craiului, Postăvaru, together with wonderful people from around the world. This is to Sigge, Mikke, Arnon, George, Răzvan, Karin, Yvonne, Angelique, Henk and all the others who shared with us… Read more »