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  • Around Modane(11)
  • Around Saint-Jean(5)
  • Albiez-Montrond(1)
  • Aussois(4)
  • Bessans(2)
  • La Norma(2)
  • La Toussuire(1)
  • Saint-François-Longchamp(2)
  • Saint-Jean-d'Arves(1)
  • Val-Cenis(2)
  • Valfréjus(1)
  • Level green – easy(1)
  • Level bue - Medium(1)
  • Level red – hard(1)
  • Level black - very hard(1)
Ludique areas :  VTT Land Aussois Ludique areas : VTT Land
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Pumptrack La Toussuire Pumptrack
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Chantelouve MTB area Bessans Chantelouve MTB area
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Pump track - Aussois Aussois Pump track - Aussois
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Arvi's Bike park Saint-Jean-d'Arves Arvi's Bike park
BMX Albiez-Montrond - Chef-lieu BMX
Goupy Bike Park Saint-François-Longchamp - Saint-François-Longchamp Goupy Bike Park
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Fun area: Lanslebourg pump track Val-Cenis - Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis Fun area: Lanslebourg pump track
Pumptrack Saint-François-Longchamp - Montgellafrey Pumptrack
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Fun zone: Fort'iche Aussois Fun zone: Fort'iche
  • Difficulté Difficulté
Practice Park les Marmottons La Norma Practice Park les Marmottons
  • Difficulté Difficulté

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Discover the play areas of Maurienne

Marked area, equipped, possibly regulated, dedicated to one or more of the following practices:
– Dirt zone: Zone made up of bumps allowing the successive sequence of jumps / tricks.
– Slope Style area: Area made up of jumps and artificial modules that can be linked together in different ways.
– Trial zone: Zone made up of natural and/or artificial obstacles arranged in such a way as to favor balance and crossing.
– Skills area: Area equipped with natural and artificial obstacles specially intended for the initiation and practice of basic mountain biking techniques.
– North Shore Zone: Zone made up of wooden footbridges integrated into the course.
– Free ride zone: Delimited zone, equipped or not, where the rider is free to move.
– Pump track: sequences of turns, hollows and bumps that can be rolled up or jumped in multiple combinations. “Track” means the track while “pump” describes the “flex-push” movements performed by a combined action of the arms and legs on the bike. Thus, it is thanks to this “pumping” movement on the dips and bumps of the courses that the cyclist increases his speed without using the pedals.

See also : Bike parks – chair lifts
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