Road riding and mountain biking - in Brixen im Thale
The 812 kilometres and a total of 32,296 metres altitude which the bike routes in Brixental cover provide a real challenge for ambitious mountain bikers. But it is not only mountain bikers and single trail fans who are very well catered for - those who ride road bikes, cycle tourers, leisure riders and nature lovers will find their own paradise in Brixen im Thale and the surrounding area. Explore the dreamy landscape on your bike.
Road riding and MTB in Brixen
Mountain biking in Brixen im Thale
Race bike in Brixen im Thale
Cycle routes and tours
Tips and suggestions
Hire stations in Brixen im Thale
Trails in Brixen im Thale
Guided tours in Brixen
Holiday offers for keen cyclists in Brixen
E-biking in Brixen im Thale
A perfect day of riding in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
The guides in Bike Academy, Anna, Markus and Kurt will help you experience a perfect day of riding in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The day begins at sunrise with breakfast on the mountain and after that there is plenty of action to enjoy and fantastic views.
The mountain bike has become established piece of sports equipment in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. It's as if the gentle mountain landscape of the Kitzbüheler Alpen, with its countless forest and alpine trails was made for this sport. Numerous mountain bike and road bike routes and speedy trails are available. The eighteen road bike routes in the region, the Mozart cycle trail and the Inntal cycle trail are ideal training routes for leisure riders. The Kitzbüheler Alpen are also the world's biggest E-Bike destination. With assistance from Movelo electric bikes you can get to destinations which are otherwise only the real of the pros, without breaking sweat. A large network of hire stations and battery charging stations ensures that you don't run out of gas. Bike guides provide introductory mountain bike sessions every week, as well as guided tours. All in all providing the best conditions to come out of the slipstream of the pros and get your own P.B. Another advantage are the cyclist-friendly accommodation providers and that the popular Kitzbüheler Alpen Summer Card is also your 'free entry ticket“ to all twenty nine summer cable cars in the fourteen mountains. This means that mountain bikers can get in a few metres altitude and downhillers have a ticket to get them to their starting area for a lot of downhill trails several times a day. The Kitzbüheler Alpen provide an optimal training area for lots of bike events.