Bucegi Mountains are by far the most bikeable high altitude mountains in Romania. With a high plateau with altitudes around 2000 metres, with the highest point (Omu Peak, 2507 m) reachable by bike, with some cable car options, a high altitude asphalt road and a good variety of huts and … (...→→)
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 … (...→→)
A quite rainy and muddy Skills for Thrills session we had in Piatra Craiului and Bucegi, the kind of weather you loath having for your mountain bike adventure.
Until you get on the trail, that is. Because mountain biking is, more often than not, about mud. And once you get wet … (...→→)
Our Transylvanian Alps program is always a challenging tour. We go up (a lot of up) and down (plenty of down) through five different mountains, at altitudes ranging from 700-800m to 2300m and higher, on technical, enduro-like trails, but also on smooth, flowy forest trails. Weather can also provide some … (...→→)
Milo wrote us an email rather late in the summer, when our schedule was almost full. His request for an intensive, single trail, technical descents backed up by some good climbing kind of program suited very well our preferences. We had a four days window opportunity for a custom tour, … (...→→)