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WAS SUCHST DU?

Get to know IMBA's first learnings on e-MTBs trail effects

By: Chris Posch April 13, 2021

Picture: Christoph Bayer for Scott Sports

In recent years it became more and more important to understand how trail user’s habits and means of transportation influence trails condition and necessary maintenance work.

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Topics: trails, know-how-transfer, emtb, trail building school, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

How to Create a Great Trail System

By: Chris Bernhardt April 13, 2021

The guidelines for building sustainable mountain bike trails are well established by such organizations as the International Mountain Bicycling Association and Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland. However, if you aspire to build not just a good trail but one that will cause riders return to your destination then follow these steps.

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Topics: trails, destination

Hardware Solutions For Bike Hotels

By: Darco Cazin April 13, 2021

At Allegra Tourismus we have a long history transforming hotels of all kinds and sizes into bike hotels. In Switzerland we're currently supporting the rollout of the national bike hotel certification by hotelleriesuisse. As we have been introducing the new criteria amongst existing and future bike hotels there has always been one question that we were not able to answer fully: "What hardware solutions do you recommend for a bike hotel?"

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Topics: services, bike hotels

The Environmental Impacts of Mountain Biking

By: Chris Bernhardt April 13, 2021

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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