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bike park skolnity, wisła

Skolnity Bike Park (Wisła) – for those who can jump

Skolnity is a small bike park in Wisła with three flow trails of varying difficulty. Labeled as green, blue and red, but I would say it’s green, red and black. Bikers who like to jump several meters will definitely have fun there.

How to get a driving license as a foreigner in Poland?

Nowadays it is very important to get a driving license. It gives you great freedom of movement, independence and allows you to get anywhere without much trouble. In Poland, every young person decides to get a driving license, usually just after turning 18. However, in order to succeed, it is necessary to enroll in a good driving course. If you have recently wondered “what is a good car driving school near me?”, be sure to read on.

trasy enduro srebrna góra, a1 dreamworkers

Enduro Trails Srebrna Góra – bike park closest to Wrocław

Actually, “bike park” – in quotation marks, because there is no bike lift there, but there are cars with trailers for bicycles, thanks to which you can enjoy the descents without tiring yourself on the uphill sections. A great place for intermediate bikers, but beginners and more experienced riders will also find something for themselves there.

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Family Trip in Poland: Stress-Free Travel with Kaizen Rent

Exploring the historic charm and scenic beauty of Poland becomes a seamless experience with Kaizen Rent, your trusted car rental companion. With its commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, Kaizen Rent stands as a beacon of reliability for families and business travelers.

pętla srebrna, bystrzyckie singletracki

New MTB trails close to Świdnica – Bystrzyca Singletracks, enduro trails and skill park

This year, Bystrzyca Górna has become a new, although small, but interesting biking area. Three singletracks were built there, a skill park was developed in nearby Lubachów, and local riders created natural enduro trails.

driving a car in poland

How to go on a road trip in Poland

Poland, situated in Central Europe, is a country of rich history, vibrant culture, and picturesque landscapes. With a well-developed road infrastructure and an array of scenic destinations, it offers a delightful experience for travelers embarking on a road trip adventure. Before venturing into the Polish roads, it is crucial to be familiar with the country’s driving regulations and general guidelines to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey.

single track glacensis

Singletrack Glacensis – over 200 km of MTB trails in Lower Silesia

Singletrack Glacensis is a system of bicycle routes in the Kłodzko region. Almost 30 loops of various lengths and difficulties give a total of approximately 230 km of trails dedicated to bikers. Read about my favorite routes and find out if it’s something for you.

szlak rowerowy

Görlitz – Zielona Góra: 3-day trekking bicycle trip

In mid-May this year I had the pleasure of having a great bike trip. In 3 days we traveled 320 km riding from Görlitz (Zgorzelec) to Zielona Góra, but not along the popular Odra-Nysa trail along the border, but going deeper into Germany. The route turned out beautiful.

skała pełcznica

Pełcznica – small climbing area near Wałbrzych

Pełcznica is a small but worth visiting climbing area in Świebodzice, an hour away from Wrocław. It should especially appeal to intermediate climbers who like sporty, quite strenuous routes.

zieleniec, rock garden

Bike parks on hardtail – spot 3: Zieleniec

Family Bike Park Zieleniec is known as a place for beginners, boring for advanced. Indeed, most of the trails are for people with low skills, but it seems to me that you need to have high skills to take full advantage of these trails. Especially the new Crazy Dad.

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