Over the last few years, our team has been riding, researching and enjoying the huge variety of trails on offer in our hand-picked Mountain Bike Holiday destinations. Over this time we have managed to build a great archive of Track Check videos showcasing the trails and what is on offer from each destination. We have tried to keep the videos as recent as possible to show how you will find the trails in the coming season. So sit back, relax, choose your resort below and check out the videos.
Morzine Track Check Video's
Morzine and the Portes du Soleil are well established as one of the World's premier Mountain Bike Holiday destinations. With 12 linked resorts, 21 lifts, 600 KM of MTB trails, 10 bike parks and 25 mountain bike schools there is a trail for every ability, age and sex in the Morzine and the Portes du Soleil.
Finale Ligure Track Check Video's
Finale ligure is home to the Enduro World Series and some of the best single track mountain bike trails in the world. Over the past 3 years we have been exploring this resort with our friends at Ride on Noli and the trail network here is simply huge, we have barely scratched the surface yet we know enough tracks to provide weeks worth of riding already. Sit back, relax and enjoy this Mediterranean masterpiece.
Pila Track Check Videos
Pila is one of Europe's, even the worlds most renowned bike parks. Though small its reputation is huge. Nestled above the bustling town of Aosta, it's a mecca for all downhill riders visiting Europe, from tourist to World Cup downhill athlete. A mix of fast, technical and long trails, crafted superbly with dirt that grips and grips. Grips that is, until the moon dust hits after a few weeks without rain and you'll all of a sudden be reaching for the spike tyres!
La Thuile Track Check Videos
La Thuile is an enduro bike mecca. Host to the Enduro World Series on multiple occasions it boasts some of the best lift-assisted singletrack riding in the world. A natural bike park, very little here is man-made. What has been had been put in by hand, cut into the steep hillside with varying degrees of technicality. Make no mistake, riding here is not easy, but it is very rewarding. Do not expect manicured turns and smooth, straight runs. It's packed full of turns, rocks, roots and gnar. Loam can be found if you go looking, it's a quiet place without too much traffic outside of pro's training or racing. A calendar favourite for a reason, this is mountain biking.