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Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Leogang, Fieberbrunn – Austria’s bike parks

Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang and Fieberbrunn are towns between Salzburg and Innsbruck, promoted as the Austria’s largest bike region. I spent a week there in July this year and there is indeed a lot to do there, although under the slogan “largest in Austria”, I expected it to be even bigger.

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Bike parks on hardtail – spot 2: Słotwiny Arena (Krynica-Zdrój)

One of the best spots I have had the pleasure to visit. Smaller and larger tabletops on smoothed routes give the opportunity to fly both less and more experienced and provide great fun also on a hardtail.

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Bike parks on hardtail – spot 1: Dolni Morava

Bike Park in Dolni Morava in the Czech Republic is one of those places where you can have a great fun on a hardtail MTB bike. Several kilometers of routes, big berms and lots of tabletops. I liked it!

Custom bike builders – how personalized can your bike get?

Have you wondered whether customizing your bike would be a better choice than investing in a brand new model? You can get a customized bike for the same or even lower price – check what the customization process looks like.

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Warta Gravel 2021 – report from the race

Warta Gravel is a 400-kilometer long ultra-distance bicycle race in Wielkopolska (Greater Poland). My first competition and the first such long distance in one go. A varied route, nice landscapes, good weather and my good result made it a very successful two days :)

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By bike and on foot through Bohemian Switzerland

Recently, I had the pleasure of taking a great 4-day trip from Jelenia Góra in Poland to Zgorzelec (Görlitz), through the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. We rode with my friend 330 km and walked 23 km, enjoying beautiful views of interesting rock formations, pleasant bicycle trails and several great descents :)

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Wrocław – Kołobrzeg by bicycle: day 6

The last 115 km to our destination we traveled along the Old Railway Trail, almost entirely on asphalt, without cars. In the evening, as planned, we got to Kołobrzeg and spent the entire next day relaxing by the sea :)

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Wrocław – Kołobrzeg by bicycle: day 5

From Ińsko, where we spent the night, to Kołobrzeg there was only about 100 km the shortest way, but why take the shortest, when there are so many beautiful places along the way :) Therefore, on the fifth day, instead of going as far north as possible, we turned east to pass through Drawsko Landscape Park.

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Wrocław – Kołobrzeg by bicycle: day 4

On that day, the weather did not encourage long bicycle trips. Transient but heavy rains, also with hail, appeared throughout the day, so we shortened the route from the planned 114 km to 96 km and rode almost all of it on the paved roads.

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Wrocław – Kołobrzeg by bicycle: day 3

The route on the third day of the trip to Kołobrzeg assumed a ride through the Sieraków Landscape Park and the Noteć Forest. The distance was not long – about 100 km, but a large part of the route led along dirt and gravel roads. There were also a lot of small climbs and descents.

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