Lots of airtime, drops, obstacles, north-shore elements, pump tracks, berms and flow trails, but also many natural trails with root passages, stones and jumps - Austria is an eldorado for mountain bikers! Indispensable for all these highlights - bike gloves! On Austria's downhill trails there is room for everyone, for every age and every skill level. The Zanier team, our athletes and friends from Zanier have selected their personal top 6 bike parks in Austria. Are you ready for THE trail season of your life?

Familyparadise Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

On 9 well-maintained bike park trails and 8 single trails with difficulty levels ranging from very easy to difficult, you will find maximum riding fun in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Bike Park - no matter whether you are a beginner or an advanced biker! Jumplines for adrenaline junkies, natural root carpets and stone fields for pleasure bikers as well as a unique kids park for the very young - our team particularly likes the wide range of offers for the whole family! The fantastic view of the Ötztal Alps with the imposing three-thousand-metre peaks of the Samnaun Group is the cherry on the cake. The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis bike school offers professional courses for all those who want to improve their technique and style on the mountain bike. Various camps & events ensure a varied biking season.

Opening: Jun, 17th 2023

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On the tracks of the downhill legends: Bikepark Schladming

Follow in the footsteps of downhill legends such as the multiple World Cup winner Sam Hill, who chose the Trail Worldcup Downhill at the Bikepark Schladming as one of his favourite tracks! But beware: it's not for the faint-hearted! The rest of the bike park doesn't skimp on flow and airtime either. The total of 40 km of trail fun could not be more varied: Bike park fans of all ages and abilities will find what they are looking for on the 11 trails. In the bike area below the Planai mountain station, newcomers and young bikers can prepare themselves for the trails.

Opening: May, 18th 2023

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Bigger, higher, further: Epic Bikepark Leogang

Seven mountains, nine cable cars, one ticket. With more than 90 km of Lines & Trails, the Bikepark Leogang together with Fieberbrunn and Saalbach Hinterglemm is one of the largest bike parks in the region and one of the most renowned bike parks in Europe. From challenging World Championships courses for advanced riders to the riders playground for kids & beginners – the Epic Bikepark Leogang has something for everyone.

Opening: May, 12th 2023

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Bikepark Brandnertal – Your Place to Ride!

On the 30 kilometres of trail in the Bikepark Brandnertal, there is no shortage of offers either: countless approach curves, wooden elements and jumps in the difficulty levels easy to difficult await you on the 12 different trails - this means lots of downhill fun for beginners and advanced bikers. The picturesque mountain and natural landscape, an extensive infrastructure, numerous refreshment stops, a children's area, bagjumb and much more make the Brandnertal a true holiday paradise for all bike fans.

Opening:
weekend operation: May, 5th 2023
daily operation: May, 26th 2023

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Home of Crankworx: Bikepark Innsbruck

Here, you can expect massive amounts of air time, berms or jumps and gnarly root steps - surrounded by a perfectly developed infrastructure, washing facility, equipment rental, professional guides who know the area and a unique view of the city of Innsbruck and the spectacular mountain backdrop. It's all there!

In addition, the legendary Crankworx Innsbruck takes place every year in the Bikepark Innsbruck. Top riders from all over the world gather here for long jumps, top speed downhill races, side events, to exchange information about the latest equipment and much more!

Opening: May, 27th 2023

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From the mountain to the city: Bikepark Lienz

The Bikepark Lienz is the ideal meeting place for downhill freaks, mountain bikers and enduro fans. Whether children or adults, beginners, hobby or professional riders - all bike fans come together at the foot of the local mountain. Where else does a downhill track end directly in the city? A pump track for warming up, the bike bar as a meeting point and a service station for bikers at the valley station of the Hochstein cable car round off the offer at Bikepark Lienz. On 11.6 km of trail, the home base of downhill & trial exceptional talent & Zanier athlete Gabriel Wibmer offers the right flow and massive airtime.

NEW: Since 2022, the Bikepark Lienz is also part of the Gravity Card. This unites the best bike parks in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Italy in a single ticket.

Opening: May, 18th 2023

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Finally, a tip for downhill riding from a pro: "Always stay loose. Push your body weight and your butt backwards, this weight shifting reduces the risk of a rollover. And be sure to bend your knees when riding. This means: Get out of the saddle! Even if the road gets bumpy or narrow - never sit down! You simply have much more control over your body and the bike when standing. Another useful tip is to lower the saddle before riding downhill. This automatically makes it easier to stand", says downhill routinier Renè Unterwurzacher, founder of Ride Free Osttirol.

The right MTB gloves are also among the must-haves for every descent. In addition to comfort, MTB gloves provide the necessary grip and protection while mountain biking.

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