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NO BORDER BIKING
A network of more than 2,000 km. of itineraries to satisfy the needs of everyone, from easy dirt roads for the family to challenging single treks for the pleasure of more expert bikers. All the routes are marked with international signs so you can go back and forth between Italy and France without losing your way. Login to the general map of the routes -->
Providing you all the services you need, you will find qualified guides, special means of transport and the warmest of welcomes in specialized accommodations so you can enjoy the territory to its fullest and discover its more suggestive corners. But before starting out on any excursion, you should always find out about the route, the road signs and first aid facilities, and always check the weather forecast.
Four colors (green, blue, red and black) indicate the difficulty of the trail.
- Green (very easy): flat trails that pose no real problem. Mainly over asphalt surfaces, with uphill tracts having no more than a 3-4% incline on average, these trails are also suitable for children.
- Blue (easy): moderately difficult trails over both asphalt and dirt surfaces. The uphill tracts have an average incline of no more than 5 - 6%. This level of difficulty also includes easy trails that are longer than 15 km.
- Red (difficult): challenging trails that develop mainly over demanding dirt surfaces, with uphill tracts having an average incline of up to 10 -12%. The biker can expect to encounter stretches of single track, and should be an experienced mountain biker and in good physical shape.
- Black (for experts): very demanding trails that include considerably difficult uphill tracts, with inclines that can exceed 12%, as well as stretches where you need to proceed on foot, bike in hand. The biker can expect challenging single tracks and needs to be in very good physical shape and have excellent command of the mountain bike.
The trail markers have a code composed of a numbering system indicating the order of importance of the itinerary (cross-border, more than one day, local) and a letter referring to how the route is laid out (Traverse, Circuit).