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Practice makes perfect

Mountain biking

Beginners, ambitious contenders, and old pros will find rolling riding pleasure on the pump tracks and in the skills parks of the region. The courses are a great way to prepare your bike for the flow trails or just a fun way to spend a day with the whole family in the fresh air.

A pump track consists of bumps and banked curves with a track up to 2 meters wide. Speed is generated by sweeping movements on the bumps so the course can be ridden as many times as you like without pedaling. Those who are already one step further can jump with the bike from bump to bump. Pump tracks are built as an endless loop with various possible combinations so that every biker can stay on it as long as his or her condition allows. And because no previous knowledge is necessary, the motto is: just try it out and have fun!

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