“The bicycle is just as good company as most husbands and, when it gets old and shabby, a woman can dispose of it and get a new one without shocking the entire community.” ~ Ann Strong

Our Women’s MTB programs are there to remind you that Mountain Biking is really not just about hard-core extreme riding, gnarly drop-offs, getting air and massive speed, which by the way, many of you excel at. These things are just a very small part of the MTB scene – it’s more importantly about socializing, bonding, nature, beautiful surroundings, good health and the life enhancing confidence that come with skills acquisition.

The long overdue increase in availability of women’s specific bikes, group rides and races in recent years, means that more and more of our female companions are getting into the lifestyle, and if you are a newbie the technical jargon and stereotypical portrayal of mountain biking can be intimidating to say the least.

Our Women’s MTB trips tours, itineraries and skills camps for women are aimed at new riders looking to learn the fundamentals of riding rough ground, to the advanced and veteran riders looking to launch off massive technical drops. Because we know you have different abilities, we often combine both extremes in nurturing, sensational environments.

When it comes to tour leaders and hosts we have you covered. Meet some of the best women mountain bikers on the planet, humble, skilled ladies – human to human, people who receive great pleasure from your learning and riding enjoyment. It’s all about mind, body and soul.

On our skills camps and women’s explorer rides you’ll get hands-on coaching in all aspects of your riding and develop skills with confidence, in welcoming, no-attitude environments. We include formal and informal modules on maintenance, nutrition, training and fitness.

Women’s MTB Trips Tours Itineraries & Skills Camps

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MTB, Cycling & Responsible Travel

Mountain biking is something of an elitist sport and unlike running, or even swimming to some extent, the financial barriers to entry make mountain biking inaccessible to most. For a mountain biking travel business it was obvious - especially in an African context, that we focus our travel responsibility programs for this division on social development.