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E-MOUNTAINBIKE WEEK SPECIAL OFFERS  100% Bike Fun

E-Mountainbike-Week 2018 (Wilder Kaiser)
28.04. to 13.10.2018

Holiday in the world’s largest e-bike destination and home of the TV series Bergdoktor. We offer cool e-bike tours of all levels, from families to professionals aged 6 to 99 years old!
The Wilder Kaiser region is well known for its spectacular scenery and beautiful landscapes and is the location for numerous films and TV series (currently ZDF “The Mountain Doctor”, ORF “Soko Kitzbühel”, and SuperRTL “Woozle Goozle”). It is also the world’s largest E-bike destination with a network of 1000 km of marked trails. Enjoy  fantastic E-Mountainbike guided tours through the Wilder Kaiser region and the mountain of the Kitzbühel Alpen area. In the summer the region also offers an extensive family program, six mountain adventure parks, waterslides, golf, hiking and much, much more…

| 6 full days bike rental (latest E-Bike from Scott)
| 6 guided tours to choose from (approximately 3 hours in the morning)
| Scott Bike Testcenter (Try different models on different trails)

from € 145,- per adult

further offers from GoingBike @ € 25 – € 30 surcharge:
Full day tours | Technical Workshops | E-Fullsuspension Mountainbike | etc.

Partner-Hotels   E-Mountainbike Week Offers

Appartementhaus Viktoria
www.appartementviktoria.at
+43 (0)664 627 2265
markus@goingsport.at

Sport apartments from GoingSport
7 Nights in apartment for 2 persons
incl. E-Mountainbike Week
from € 462,-  per person

Hotel Ritterhof
www.ritterhof-ellmau.at
+43(0)5358 2654
info@ritterhof-ellmau.at

Newly revonvated rooms
7 Nights in double room
incl. half board & E-Mountainbike Week
from € 621,-  per person

Vitalhotel Sonnenhof
www.sonnenhof-going.at
+43(0)5358 2441
info@sonnenhof-going.at

4 Star Superior & large sauna area
7 Nights in double room
incl. 3/4 board & E-Mountainbike Week
from € 850,-  per person

E-Mountainbike Transalp (Going – Lago di Garda)
7. July – 15. July 2018  

Fully organized & guided Transalp Tour for E-Mountain bikers with basic skills & basic fitness. Experience the spectacular surrounding and rediscover biking. We take care of every detail to provide a TRANSALP tour that is top class.

The tour departs from Going (Wilder Kaiser, Austria) through the Kitzbühel Alps into the Zillertal, from there to the Schlegeisspeichersee and on to Sterzing – Brixen via St. Magdalena and the Western Dolomites. From St.Ulrich we cross the Mahlknechtjoch into the beautiful Val Fiemme. The last 2 stages are from Molina to Levico via the “hunters trail” to Torbole on Lake Garda (Sth Tirol, Italy). Consistent light roads combined with mobile trails make this E-MTB tour a highlight for all mountain bikers. On average we cover 75 KM and 1500 – 2000 HM each day.

The weekly plan:
| Friday 6th July Arrival, Technique Training & Meeting
| Saturday 7th July Stage 1 Going – Mayrhofen
| Sunday 8th July Stage 2 Mayerhofen – Sterzing
| Monday 9th July Stage 3 Sterzing – St.Magdalena
| Tuesday 10th July Stage 4  St.Magdalena – Römeralm in St.Ulrich
| Wednesday 11th July Stage 5  Dolomiten – Brusago
| Donnerstag 12th July Stage 6  Brusago – Levicio
| Friday 13th July Stage 7 Levicio – Folgaria
| Saturday 14th July Stage 8 Folgaria – Torbole (Gardasee)
| Sunday 15th July travel home preparations trainings

Even with the assistance of an E-bike this Transalp tour is a challenge and you should be able to ride uphill in Eco mode so that the battery lasts for the entire tour . There are technical sections on each stage so basic mountain bike technique is required. We recommend: Preparation training with our guide’s for 1-2 months (incl. training plan and technical training – starting from Easter).

Offers and services:
| Half board in normal quaint accommodations
| Supervision by our qualified guide’s
| Luggage transport to accomodation
| GoingBike MTB uniform
| Repair and service in the evening
| Return of the bike’s
| Transfer Torbole – Going (train)
| Parking for 8 days in Going

Price per Person: 9 days incl. all services € 1350.-



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