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We offer All-Mountain and Downhill biking holidays in the Slovenian Alps. A great variety of riding from natural single track and bike park trails to world cup downhill tracks. We are located 15km from the Austrian border in a village called Luce - On the sunny side of the Alps!


Ski lift and vehicle uplifts.

Plush accommodation.

Renault Trafic minibuses with specially adapted trailer to transport bikes(damage free!)

Bike hire(downhill, enduro and road bikes available upon request).

Started by Jonathan Tubman originally from the UK, with over 15 years experience of downhill racing and cross country.

British Cycling level 2 qualified guides.  


Getting Here

Easyjet operate everyday between Stansted-Ljubljana(Slovenian Capital) 50 min transfer.

Wizzair fly every other day between Stansted-Ljubljana.

Ryanair fly:

London Stansted-Trieste(Italy) 2 hr transfer.

Birmingham-Trieste(Italy) 2 hr transfer.

Liverpool-Venice Trevsio(Italy) 3.5 hr transfer.

Leeds-Venice Treviso.

London Stansted-Salzburg(Austria) 3.5hr transfer.

Driving

A few guests have drove, we are not as far as you might think, just over the Austrian border. Motorway pretty much the whole way and no tolls except for in Austria. It takes about 13 hours from Calais without stops.

   
Slovenia DH Cup Round 3

Slovenia DH Cup Round 3

Round 3 for the Slovenian Cup took us to Psunj in Croatia. This is an interesting track with a pedally start, taking you too some nice jumps, then into a fast wooded middle section, ending with some steep chutes with lots of rocks and roots, it was quite a challenge to make this track flow, but that’s all part of the fun! Isn’t it? Weather was great all weekend, it never seems to rain in Croatia which makes for dry and dusty tracks. I took 3rd in masters which I was pretty pleased with after a crash on one of the steeper sections lost me some time.
Congratulations to Dale Russell(Steve Peat Syndicate) over from the UK trying to collect some precious UCI points enabling him to race the world cup, with a 6th place overall he is probably on his way to Mount Saint Anne in Canada by now. Some more pictures and video from race.