Book 4 or more riders and the tour stays exclusive to your group.
Day 1 – Arrival Day
Once you arrive at our bike base and beautiful accommodation, we’ll hand you a nice cold beer (or soft drink), show you to your room and take a quick tour of your home for the next few days.
On the first evening you tootle off into the local village to enjoy a great meal and a few beers, then it’s back to HQ for a good sleep before the fun starts in earnest the following morning.
Day 2 – 1st day of riding
After a hearty breakfast at 08.30am we aim to kit up and hit the trails by 09.30am.
We’ll find our feet in the morning, easing you into riding the endless trails including wet and dry river beds, mountain passes and woodland tracks with a little tuition, tips and advice thrown in whenever necessary.
We break for Lunch, usually a very pleasant hour spent munching Tapas in a typical Spanish restaurant and then it’s off to play on the trails again for the rest of the afternoon.
Arriving back at base at approx 17.30pm, it’s time to relax, down a well earned cold beer, jump in the pool and swap tall tails of heroism on the trail. Something which will inevitably continue over dinner in the village this evening.
Day 3 – 2nd day of riding
Pretty much a case of “same again please”, brekky at 8.30, for a 9.30 kick off, busting some dust with a mid day munch, then back on the trails ‘till it’s time for a beer and a dip once more. We’ll round off again in the village with more tall tales of the trail…
Day 4 – Departure day
Chill out! If you sensibly booked your flight home for later in the day, you can take your breakfast at leisure, enjoying the Spanish countryside. Have a dip in the pool, go for a long relaxing walk, grab some lunch in the village, whatever takes your fancy.
When you’re good and ready, you can head back Malaga airport to catch your flight back to reality, at least until your next visit…
Trail Riding Routes
These are just a few locations that we visit. For some riders, they will enjoy our hillclimbing route up to the Windmills in Loja, whereas other riders will benefit from a full day twisty trail ride out to Inzaja where they might meet their wives for lunch on the beach. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough for a few hours on the Golf Course followed by a fast cross country ride through olive groves and hills to reach Antequera then climb up the mountains to Sierra El Torcal. The possibilities are endless as we join up various trails that match your ability.
The terrain is ever changing, one moment you may be hurtling along a trail that runs parallel with the motorway, then navigating through olive groves, followed by a river crossing and mountain climb. The beauty of our trail base location is that we have 360 degrees of trails, whereas the companies in Malaga can only climb up the hills behind them as they are so close to the sea, which then means we have far more trails than our competitors.