Freeride and downhill biking in the Dolomites
Steep turns, trails and daring downhill tracks
Drops, North Shores and tight corners require a high level of technique and ability from every biker. A variety of tracks with different elements, both natural and man-made, meander through the Dolomites. In situations like this: you need to tense your muscles, focus your concentration and above you, have real guts.
The downhill and freeride trails in the Dolomites demand the maximum from every bike and every biker. Whether it’s jumps, a challenging root carpet or a risky stone field - the full-suspension bikes hurtle thrill-seeking athletes down into the at full speed.
The Dolomiti Bike Galaxy is a true freeride mecca for world-class bike professionals. Body control, courage and stamina are basic requirements, so you can ride these downhill trails again and again. Dolomiti Supersummer makes getting to the top of the trails quick and easy with over 100 open lifts. With the Supersummer lift passes (bike transport included), you can use any lift in the Dolomites!
Things you should know: Not sure of your skill level when it comes to freeriding and downhill biking? Then take the Bike Galaxy Map for support. Filter the most suitable routes according to your requirements, and there’s nothing to stand in the way of freeriding fun!
With a wide smile, there’s only one thing left to do: hop on your bike, enjoy the magnificent mountain scenery and off you go! Race down the trails at full speed and if you fancy it, turn it into a competition with your freeride buddy. On your marks, get set... who will make it down first?
The unique feeling you get from downhill mountain biking is highly addictive.
Once you’ve tried it, you’ll be hooked!
Tip: Before embarking on your adventure ride, make sure you do a short warm-up. There are bike parks throughout the Dolomiti Supersummer area. Safety when freeriding should be a top priority: no biker should be out and about on the trails or in the mountains without a helmet and appropriate protective gear!
By the way: If you’re feeling brave, venture onto daring sections of the trails with an MTB guide. Once you reach the top, embark on a daring freeride down to the valley. And the best bit? The guides show mountain biking enthusiasts to secret places and reveal insider tips. Have fun as a group and get the adrenaline flowing in the Dolomites!