One less popular trail descending form Poiana Braşov to Braşov city is the Yellow Triangle. Ideal for advanced cross-country and all-mountain enthusiasts, as there are a few quite demanding uphill sections, this trail is most of the times avoided by the local downhillers. They prefer more straight forward descents, and ”Valea cu Apa” is much… Read more »
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why mtb in Romania
More than mountain biking: proper biking in the mountains.
Looking for a quiet mountain biking destination, where the hordes of mtb riders haven’t arrived yet? Search no more, Romania is the place to go.
Guided mtb trips on natural trails in the Romanian mountains. Enduro, trail riders, all-mountain and cross-country: you name it, we’ve got you covered!
With or without a guide, this is the question, and we have an answer.
Real images from real tours with real people. What you see is what you get.
We are not rushing to jump on the electric mtb bandwagon.
We are all as good as our horizons.
When lessons in mountain biking become valuable lessons in life.