For select a ride and enjoy it, is important read this charts.
You know what trails to choose according to your experience and your skills. Insure that you are enable for the physical and technical demands of a Ride, is very important for us, for your safe, and for enjoy the Ride.
If you are not sure if one of our Rides is right for you, please contact with Mobil Bike Park and tell us about your bike experience. We can find the best Ride for you.
As well as your skill is important, the right bike for each Ride is important to. That’s why we have a classification of the proper bike.
The road bike trips are only fitness rated.
· DH/FR: Downhill and Freeride. Bikes with 200 mm to 160 mm of suspensions.
· EDR: Enduro. Bikes with 160 mm to 140 mm of suspensions.
· TR/XC: Trail and Cross Country. Bikes with 130 mm to 100 mm of suspensions.
· XC: Cross Country. Hard Tail bikes with 100 mm fork.
1. – Beginner.
· Never in your life you have ridden a mountain bike in a trail
2. – Intermediate beginner.
· You’ve had same experience riding offroad ways and some trails.
· You fell in a good mood riding on the dirt.
3. – Advanced beginner.
· You know that you like it, but you don’t feel that your skill level and the experience are for a ride in intermediate level trails.
· You know how to use the gears and the brakes, but if the terrain gets hard you prefer to walk with your bike.
· You can ride a soft trail, without roots and rocks and only a little bit loose.
4. – Intermediate.
· You have an acceptable performance on the trail.
· You can ride with control on trails of medium intensity at moderate speed.
· You ride your bike 2 or 3 times per month on the season.
5. – Medium intermediate.
· You ride the bike with safeness on medium level trails.
· You can ride trail with corners with proper use of the gear and the brakes maintaining the flow of your ride.
· You can ride your bike on something technical trails, a little bit loose with some roots and rocks.
· You can climb non technical singletracks.
· You ride your bike 4 or 5 times per month on the season.
6. – Advanced intermediate.
· You have confidence in your skills for climb and for downhill.
· You can ride moderately technical trails and deliver small obstacles, jumps and rocks.
· Good general control of the bike, down and climb intermediate trails.
7. – Advanced.
· Do you manage without problems in all the aspects of mountain biking.
· You can ride in technical trails, with rocks, roots and loose and you can take small jumps and drops without problems.
· You can ride advanced technical trails only having difficult in extreme and technical sections.
8. – Expert.
· You ride all kinds of terrain and distances.
· You ride your bike ever than is possible.
· You can jump making some trick, you fell secure in jumps of more than 5 meters, big drops and ride vertical sections.
· You climb with little or nothing problems long and technical trails.
· It’s really strange to have to get off your bike.
9. – Pro.
· You don’t have problem with any trail or obstacle.
· You take any jump or drop.
· You always ride technical trails and long distances.
· Have you been quite sedentary fitness level
· You can’t ride a bike for more than one hour on flat terrain and don’t think about a climb.
· Less than one hour of exercise a week.
· You lead a fairly sedentary life with little exercise other than walking.
· You can ride one hour on flat terrain and ride with effort short climbs.
· Make at least one hour of exercise a week, ride included.
· You can ride 1 or 2 hours in a relax rhythm with some breaks.
· You can do 1 or 2 climbs during the ride.
· 1 or 2 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 2 or 3 hours per day in a relax rhythm during 2 or 3 days.
· You can manage to climb 200 vertical meters in a day.
· 2 to 3 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 4 hours per day at moderate rhythm during 4 days.
· You can manage to climb 300 vertical meters in a day.
· 4 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 5 hours per day at moderate rhythm during a few days.
· You can manage to climb moderately 500 vertical meters at in a day.
· 4 to 5 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 5 to 6 hours per day at moderate fast rhythm for several days.
· You can manage to climb moderately 700 vertical meters at in a day.
· 7 to 8 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 7 hours per day at fast rhythm for several days.
· You have any difficulty in climbing from 1000 vertical meters per day in rugged terrain.
· 8 to 10 hours of average exercise per week, included ride.
· You can ride 8 hours for several days and overcome almost any climb.
· You can climb steadily 1500 vertical meters per day.
· 10 or more hours of average exercise per week, included active ride.