your resource centre for everything mountain bike and mountain biking
related in Tenerife. Our
aim is to give you all the information you need to have a sucessful
mountain bike adventure on our beautiful island.
to what you may have read or heard, offroad mountain biking
in Tenerife is not illegal. It is
true to say that there are areas which are out of bounds to mountain
bikes and we will do our best to make sure that you know where these
areas are. But, rest assured, that there are still a vast number of
Tenerife mountain trails which are open and ready to welcome mountain
bikers of all abilities. The trails vary from semi surfaced potholed
minor roads, through forest gravel roads, stunning technical or flowing
singletrack and heavy duty downhill routes. Truely something to keep
every biker happy.
is a 365 day destination for mountain biking. There are very few rainy
days and sunshine is almost guaranteed. Giving you dry and dusty trails
to enjoy from your doorstep every morning. The peak summer months
can be very hot though, with temperatures regularly in the mid to
high 30 degrees celcius, very little cloud and generally light winds,
it can make for hot days in the saddle and plenty of high factor sunscreen
is a must.
to the trails is made easy with an excellent bus service, not of the
busses have large underfloor storage areas where you can stow your
bike for the journey. On some of the more minor routes, this will
probably need you to remove your wheels, but others will take the
bike in it's complete built form.
are also a number of organised tour and guiding
companies which you may want to look at to ensure that your ride
goes smoothly without the need to be checking maps at every junction.
hope that you find our site useful and welcome any suggestions for
things you would like to see on the site or stories from your mountain
biking holiday in Tenerife. But most of all, we hope that our information
helps you have an enjoyable time here and that you want to come back
to our island to discover more every year!
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