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Study Trip - 2nd Ride with us 2016 - Save the date

By: Chris Posch May 19, 2016

Praktischer und strategischer Know-how Transfer

2016 lenkt Allegra das größte Trail-Entwicklungsprojekt der Alpen. Unsere vier Trail-Spezialisten Claude Balsiger, Lukas Häusler, Patrick Koller und Chris Bernhardt steuern ein Team von über 25 Trailworkern und -professionals, um der Bike Republik Sölden nachhaltige und spaßige Trails zu liefern. 

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Topics: trails, destination, development, strategy, know-how-transfer, masterplan, study trip, sustainable trailbuilding

Mountainbiken verstärkt in Medien präsent - strategische Planung wichtig

By: Chris Posch May 17, 2016

Der Winterstart im Dezember 2015 hat viel Aufregung erzeugt. 0,14 Grad Celsius globale Erderwärmung im Vergleich zu den wärmsten Jahren 2005, 2010 und 2014. Hubschrauber flogen Schnee auf die Piste, Urlauber in tieferen Regionen waren flexibel und haben sich auf Wandern oder Biken eingestellt. Hauptsache Urlaub, Hauptsache Erholung. In Tirol: Wenig bis keine Nächtigungseinbußen im Saisondurchschnitt, vor allem dank starkem März. In anderen Regionen sah es hier sicherlich schlechter aus. Und wie sieht es mit der Wertschöpfung aus? Skiverleih, Bergbahn, usw.? Kritiker bezweifeln die hohen Investitionen in Schneemaschinen und Co. Befürworter sind froh, dass Millionen in die Wirtschaft investiert werden.


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Topics: destination, development, know-how-transfer, analyse, strategie, masterplan

WORK 04 - DESIGNING THE FIRST FLOW TRAIL IN JAPAN

By: Claude Balsiger May 07, 2016

The ski resorts around Niseko on Japan‘s northern island of Hokkaido are bound to become the country‘s leading mountain biking destinations.

Allegra already designed different trails on different mountains, including the first flow trail. It is located perfectly at the edge of town and is surrounded by sports and service facilities. Further flow trails could be constructed and will be designed when a team of trail specialists returns in 2016.

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Topics: trails, work, Design, niseko, japan, know-how-transfer, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

WORK 02 - LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR GRAUBÜNDEN

By: Darco Cazin March 26, 2016

graubündenBIKE has been the most comprehensive development project we have ever worked on, from the concept phase all the way to the execution of single action items. And we‘re proud of the results it has produced.

Graubünden raised 2.4 Million Swiss Francs to invest in the development of the mountain biking offer during five years. Regional and local partners doubled this amount, by investing cash and personal resources. In addition, all destinations made siginificant investments outside of the graubündenBIKE project. This huge effort from all partners was the foundation for the dynamic development of mountain biking tourism in all destinations.

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Topics: laax, st.moritz, trails, services, identity, work, davos, engadin, graubünden, lenzerheide, strategy, know-how-transfer, analyse, masterplan, klosters

The Environmental Impacts of Mountain Biking

By: Chris Bernhardt March 17, 2016

The environmental impacts of mountain biking are a topic of frequent, and sometimes heated, discussion by advocates, tourism promoters, environmentalists, and land managers. Unfortunately, misunderstandings and stereotypes exist, and in the worst cases poor information is used to make decisions about trail access. While there are many anecdotal and emotional responses to mountain biking, what are the actual impacts?

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Topics: trails, destination, Enviromental Impacts, strategy, know-how-transfer, traildesign

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