Traillove - Alpine Mountain Bike Festival
Festival Details:

From the 18th to 24th of September 2019 everything will revolve around mountain biking in Zermatt, a testament to the trails that connect us all.

The TRAILLOVE alpine mountain bike festival will providing something for everyone, including test bikes, guided rides, pro races, expo and special deals for all MTB enthusiasts.

In September 2019, the Traillove Festival will take place for the second time. Bikers, spectators, trail builders and families will all love this year’s festival, which also includes the Trail Building Summit.

The first highlight of this ‘Bike Week’ will be on Thursday, 19 September 2019, with the arrival of the ‘Chasing Cancellara Zürich-Zermatt’ Ultrafondo with Olympic and former time trial world champion, Fabian Cancellara.

From Thursday, 19 September 2019, all eyes will gradually turn to enduro biking. Over the two training days (19 and 20 September), the enduro riders will prepare for the last major world cup race of the season. The eighth and final stage of the Enduro World Series is a mountain bike spectacle, with the world’s best Enduro racers competing on Saturday, 21 September 2019 for the coveted title of World Champion.

During the five days of events, from 18-22 September 2019, there will be plenty of special mountain bike activities as part of the Traillove Festival (guided rides, pump track battles, e-MTB Taste Tour, etc.), test rides and much more. The kids won’t feel left out, either - they can have a fantastic time in the kids’ corner, on the kids’ parcours or in the kids’ bike skills workshop. It’s well worth dropping by to take a look.

On 23 and 24 September, the Trail Building Summit will offer all trail builders and experts the opportunity to share and discuss their experience, ideas and visions.

For bikers, it will be doubly worth coming to Zermatt during this event week -

If you book the Traillove Deal, you will receive a 15 % discount off the Zermatt bike pass (valid for 2 days+ passes).


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