Your FAQing questions answered

We go where we know. With a deep local knowledge of our favourite riding areas in the world, we've done the hard work to iron out the niggly details of your trip, so you won't have to. Here are the answers to your burning questions.


Everything is included once you arrive at the starting point - Meals, all guiding, transport, accommodation, all uplifts, park entrances to National and state parks. When you show up for one of our riding trips, you won't have to keep dipping into your pocket.

We have a maximum on of 12 riders on a trip. For every 6 riders, there are two experienced guides.

You have to earn your turns sometimes, so you can expect there to be a little bit of climbing on some of the days on our trips, but our focus is definitely on descending. Check each itinerary and each day for the climnbing vs descending, but you can generally expect there to be mostly assited uplift most days!

We use a mix of vans, cable cars, gondolas, minibuses, and even the occassional taxi with bike racks!

You can expect to be riding around 4 hours on each day on our trips. Given the nature of what we're riding, that's a tonne of riding!

No problem! We've got you covered. When you sign up for a trip, we'll get that info from you and make sure you'll eat like a champion.

In short, epic! Big breakfasts with eggs, cereals, fruits, - flavoursome lunches out on the trail that keep you fueled for more riding, and local fare from each valley and region for dinner. Part of the experience is eating well, and eating local!

Our guides are a clever bunch. If you experience a mechanical while we're out on the trail, they'll have a comprehensive on-trail tool kit to deploy and apply some skills to get things fixed.

Yes! In the Italian Dolomites, wifi is available everywhere, including many restaurants and mountain rifugios where we have lunch.

In Peru, wifi is available in our hotels and local homestays.

In Italy, you'll stay in 4 star hotels, and one night in a remote mountain lodge which is the equivalent of a 3 star hotel.

In Peru, you'll stay in 4 star lodgings, with a night at a very remote family lodge.

We know that riding bikes involves a certain amount of risk, and doing it in a foreign location adds another layer to that. We've put safety protocols in place to ensure we minimise the risks where possible.

All our guides are wilderness first response trained, and stay current with up to date best practice.

Yes. Our trips are for dedicated riders, and as part of that we expect you to have a bike that you're used to and comfortable riding.

Ask us for advice on the best way to get your bike prepared and packed up for your trip.

Anything that can be defined as a modern trail or enduro bike with at least 140 mm of travel. We ride a mix of flow and technical trails on our trips, with options to ride drops and features that require a bit of squish.

Having a riding platform that ahs the ability to climb is helpful too, as you will occassionally be pedaling uphill.

No DH bikes!

Booking your spot is super easy. When you say the word, we'll send you a confirmation by email with links to our online sign up forms, our travel agreement and a form to pay a deposit, which locks in your space. Then that's it! You're all set.

We also keeo in touch with you between your time of booking and when your trip departs. We even hold a couple of Google Meets beforehand, so that you have the chance meet your fellow participants and your trip leader.

If you're traveling on an American, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand or EU passport, you won;t need a visa to enter Italy or Peru. For any other Nationality, check out Visa HQ for up to date info on this.