Leogang Track Check - Matzalm

 

Leogang is regarded as a man made bike park. Nearly all of the media and advertising you see from the resort is berms, wood, jumps and graded slopes. Though this is not quite a fair assessment of the area as many trails have plenty of tech aswell, the Matzalm trail shows a new direction for zone. An old walkers path that has seen some work and opened up to riders, it's long, technical and varied with plenty of gnar to keep you on your toes. Enduro bikes are best advised, with some pedalling to get back to Bad Leogang and the lift back up. Jump on board with Rich and Ben on their first run down.

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Latest mountain biking News and Events

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You're about to book, your Morzine trip, but you don't know if your bike is the right one for the task or, you have a choice of bikes to bring....If you are in a rush and don't want to read the long version, it's fairly simple. If it's your first visit to Morzine, we'd probably plump for the downhill bike. You'll be giddy to hit up those gnarly bike park laps and you don't need to stray far from the lifts to have a blast. Does it limit the trails I can ride if I only have a downhill bike? Yes, the downhill bike will be hard work on the enduro trails.

You don't want to fly and and you don't want to drive. How else can you get the the Alps? Unless you are going to ride your bike there a train is the alternative. It's something different and has quite afew benefits over driving or flying to Morzine.

You're probably only going to take this option if access to the Eurostar service from London Pancras is easy for you. It's here you'll need to set off from, first hitting Paris Gare de Nord, then onto Paris Gare de Lyon then onto Geneva or Cluses, then Morzine.