MTB track Schlossrunde Friday, 07 October 2016 16:40 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

With only 18km and 279m of elevation gain, the MTB route Schlossrunde is novice route or a warming-up and suitable as an introduction to the Eifel. MTB route Schlossrunde does not provide too much of a challenge to novice riders due to the many long flowing paths and climbs that can be ridden at your own pace.

MTB track Duinengordel Tuesday, 20 September 2016 20:13 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

The expectations of the MTB track Duinengordel are set high with a long singletrack of 1,5km. However, this is a novice MTB track of 36km which is almost completely offroad and is divided in 2 loops. The vast majority of the track consists of wide country roads, forest trails and sandy paths through the heather with minor elevation changes.

MTB track Reek Monday, 12 September 2016 18:53 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

A short but explosive track, that is the MTB route Reek. At just 20km from Nijmegen runs this completely offroad track on the Reekse Heath. On this 6km long track you are served a lot of single trails where you slalom between the trees, ride over many tree roots and that while riding up and down slopes.

MTB track Tielt-Winge (Solveld) Saturday, 20 August 2016 20:32 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

A long MTB track for beginners with climbs, but without technically challenging trails The MTB route Tielt-Winge (Solveld) offers 44km and a surprising 531 ascending meters. It’s a track full of country roads with the occasional interesting trail. The focus of the track is therefore primarily on simplicity and environment.

Camelbak Podium Chill review Thursday, 07 July 2016 21:23 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

Having a cool drink during summer is something that you can achieve with ice, but insulated bottles keep your drink cool for longer. Camelbak Podium Chill claims to keep your drink cool twice as long as a regular bottle, but can it deliver and how much cooler is your drink?

MTB track Nijmegen Wednesday, 29 June 2016 08:29 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

For MTB tracks with many elevation differences you don't have to travel to the hilly south of the Netherlands. More centrally located, in the province Gelderland, lies the MTB track Nijmegen with an elevation gain of 531m and 40km of length which surely can handle its competition. On a technical level it can be ridden by less experienced mountain bikers.

Crankbrothers Shoe Shields review Thursday, 21 April 2016 18:57 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

Protection of the outer sole isn’t something that first comes to mind, but if you have carbon soled shoes it really should. Bar-style pedals like Crankbrothers Eggbeaters or Time ATAC pedals gradually dig in to your soles over time. A simple solution like the Crankbrothers Shoe Shields prevent that from happening.

Mavic CrossRide SL Elite review Saturday, 16 April 2016 17:33 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

Mavic isn’t known for making pedals but they partnered up with Time and rolled out a whole new series of pedals for mountain bikers as well as for the road. The Mavic Crossride SL Elite is a compact body float style pedal which features Time’s ATAC system. The similarities however go much further than that.

MTB track Epen (Vijlen) Saturday, 02 April 2016 20:40 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

By Dutch standards you have to be in South-Limburg for the feeling of mountain biking, but which track do you choose? The MTB track Epen is a track where the holiday feeling is generated by the scenery, trails with present a challenge which is above average and the most altitude differences of any Dutch MTB track.

Shimano XC70 Review Thursday, 17 March 2016 19:50 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

Your shoes are an important and one of just a few contact points you have with your bike. Having shoes that fit perfectly make every ride more comfortable and make you perform better. The XC70 is a XC racing shoe with many features of its bigger brother the XC90 at a more reasonable price, but how does it perform?

MTB track Aubel Wednesday, 09 March 2016 19:51 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide

Just a few kilometers from the Dutch border of South Limburg is where you find the MTB tracks Aubel. The hilly environment like South Limburg continues and becomes more pronounced, resulting in a route of 35km and 568vm. This sounds interesting at first but don’t have your hopes up too high for the MTB track Aubel.

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