Ultimate Alpine Ride Guide free with the next issue of MBUK
Everything you need to know about how to get there, where to ride and how to make the most of a trip to the Alps
Between us, the MBUK team have clocked up years of Alpine riding and travelling.
So we’ve put our heads together to bring you this handy guide. It covers 20 of the best Alpine mountain bike resorts in France, Austria, Italy and Switzerland, from the World Cup level downhill of Schladming, to Les Arcs’ all-levels singletrack, to the gravity-orientated craziness of Alpi Bike Park .
We fill you in on the riding at each resort, how to find a guide, where to stay and the best places to eat or even have a wild night out.
The best thing about the Alps is that there’s something for every level of rider to enjoy or challenge themselves on – so wherever you feel your ability is at, you’ll be able to get a great deal out of a trip to the Alps.
MBUK 288 will be in the shops on Friday 8 March. Or why not subscribe so you never miss an issue? We have both digital and print subscription options!
The Ultimate Alpine Ride Guide will also be available to purchase separately on Apple’s Newsstand for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch shortly after the issue goes on sale.
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