Basic Rules

Generals rules about trips.

Read all this page. In order to achieve the greatest effectiveness we believed convenient to adopt some basic rules.
art. 01

Equipment needed

In order to make your trip easier, we’ve included a sample packing list. This isn’t intended to be a complete list, just a guide to help make sure your trip will be more pleasent. Each tour has it's own specific packing list


General equipment and clothing

  • An identifiable travel bags
  • Travel documents (Airlines Tickets, Passport, Visa)
  • Sleeping bag (not required in all our bike tour)
  • A fleece or wool sweater
  • After-ride shoes and wear
  • Swimsuit (hot springs, pool)
  • Toiletry bag  
  • A small pharmacy set
  • Moisturizers and sun protection
  • Sunglasses
  • Headlamp
  • International power adapter
  • Power converter

 

Cycling clothing and gear

  • Clothing cycle (short and long kit)
  • Leggins and sleeves
  • Light and heavy gloves
  • Light and wool cap
  • Wind Jacket
  • Waterproof riding jacket and pants
  • Socks and shoes suitable for riding
  • Small bike bag or Backpack

 

Bicycle gear and spare part

  • Helmet (*mandatory*)
  • Two water bottle
  • Puncture repair kit,
  • Two spare tubes
  • Pump
  • Spare tire 
  • Spare brake pad
  • Chain tool and Chain Oil
  • Allen keys/Multitool
art. 02

Lunch Bag

Before departure of each stages, the organization will deliver to each participant a bag of food supplies that they bring with them in a backpack.

art. 03

Environment

Each participant is responsible for helping protect the local environment. Hold on to any garbage until you meet up with the support vehicle or find a wastebasket / recycling bin. Stay on the main trails as much as possible.

art. 04

Safety

Without trying to limit your riding enjoyment, we ask all participants to ride responsibly in order to reduce the likelihood of injuries to themselves and others. Ride conservatively on technical sections and reduce speed when appropriate. Be aware of pedestrians and other vehicles. Helmets are mandatory at all times. Alert the staff if you notice any problems with your bicycle.

art. 05

Right of the Oganization

The organization reserves the right to change the route for the safety and security of participants. We also reserve the right to terminate the tour of any participant who refuses to ride responsibly or repeatedly puts other at risk. No compensation will be provided for tours cancelled as a result of non-compliance.

art. 06

Waiver of Liability

All participants will be asked to sign a waiver before the start of the tour. If you have any questions, please contact us in advance.