experience croatia from the saddle of your bike
Mountain Biking Tours
Explore the beauty of our mountains and islands, take the uncharted path to the hidden wonders of nature, see the tourist hot spots while no one else is looking. Add local cuisine to complement your authentic experience. Taylor made one-day or multiday getaways with a local guide!
Mountain Biking FAQs
Premium hardtail MTB bikes in 27.5″ or 29″ wheel option. Hydraulic disk brakes, air suspension fork, 2×10 speed Shimano/SRAM drivetrain. With option to mount your favourite clipless pedal system (bring your own pedals, cleats, and shoes), or seat. Optionally, a full-suspension MTB model can be provided.
All multi-day programs we have are divided in three pricing categories, depending on the type of accommodation you choose: Elemental, Classic, Luxury. Explore them here!
Understanding the metrics (covered distance and climbs) for each day plays a big role in figuring out if this tour is suitable for you. Since the ability of your guide to adjust the route to fit the need of the individual or a group is limited, please read through the specs of our multi-day tour or reach out with any concerns you might have. Regarding the surface and the trail difficulty, our route sticks to the unpaved roads and wide trails, so no special skill is required to enjoy the ride.
You are required to wear sports shoes. We advise wearing breathable, sporty clothes, adjusted to the weather conditions. Packing a light rain jacket is recommended, just like having a small backpack to carry any extras. Since your comfort is an essential factor, we advise you to wear cycling-specific clothing (padded bibs, jerseys, gloves, etc.) adjusted to the weather conditions. Sunglasses are always a good idea. Wearing sunscreen is recommended. We’ll provide a matching-size bicycle and helmet and a water bottle. Also, you can bring your own seat and pedals to install on your bike.
You can expect your guide to fit your bike to your height, help you fit your helmet, explain to you the brake and gear controls of your bike, provide a safety briefing, explain the route, how to ride in a group, and of course, guide you through the route while sharing his or her vast knowledge about the area you are cycling through. You can also expect your guide to deal with mechanical problems of your bike, provide first aid, give tips to enhance your performance or comfort, and deal with any unforeseen circumstances that may occur during the tour.
Yes. Please share any relevant medical conditions with your guide. You can do that privately. Knowing about your medical condition and/or medicine you carry can be important information for your well-being and for a guide to adjust the route to.
Yes, absolutely. If you think that our one-day or multi-day tours are a little bit out of your fitness comfort zone, an e-bike can be a perfect device for you to enjoy the tour to the fullest.
Basically, since most of our one-day MTB tours can be adjusted to fit your level of experience and fitness, all you need to have is a basic skill of riding a bicycle. Understanding the metrics used to describe a route, namely kilometers or miles route takes and the altitude difference it covers, can give you a general idea of how difficult a predesigned route actually is. Regarding the surface and the trail difficulty, our route sticks to the unpaved roads and wide trails, so no special skill is required to enjoy the ride. For those searching for a more skillful experience, let us know… we always have some uncharted single-track trails up our sleeves.
You are required to wear sports shoes. We advise wearing breathable, sporty clothes, adjusted to the weather conditions. If you have a pair of bibs or cycling jerseys – wear those. Having a small backpack to store your extras is advised, but our guide’s backpack always has some extra room if you don’t have any. You’re provided with a matching-size bicycle, matching-size helmet, and a water bottle. Sunglasses are always a good idea. Wearing sunscreen in the summertime is recommended.
Yes we do, just please inform us if that is you choice at the time of booking. You would need to bring your own shoes.
You really, really, really do.
Some are. Please reach out before booking a tour. We’ll be interested in knowing about your child’s age, height, and previous cycling experience. For the youngest ones (weighing 22kg/48lbs), optional child seats can be installed on request.