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4 REASONS TO IMPROVE YOUR TRAILS

By: Darco Cazin June 07, 2016

Do you have a hard time convincing your local partners that existing trails should be modified? Or do you need some arguments why purpose built single trails have more value than big gravel roads? Or do you need a qualified partner for trail development?

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Topics: trail building school, masterplan, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

Get to know IMBA's first learnings on e-MTBs trail effects

By: Chris Posch June 01, 2016

Picture: Christoph Bayer for Scott Sports

In recent years it became more and more important to understand how trail user’s habits and means of transportation influence trails condition and necessary maintenance work.

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Topics: trails, know-how-transfer, emtb, trail building school, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

WORK 05 - BUILDING TRAILS IN ST.MORITZ

By: Darco Cazin May 28, 2016

Our trail specialists Patrick and Lukas have been the masters behind the three flow trail in St. Moritz and pimped some of the other trails around our hometown of Pontresina.

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Topics: st.moritz, trails, work, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

WORK 04 - DESIGNING THE FIRST FLOW TRAIL IN JAPAN

By: Claude Balsiger May 07, 2016

The ski resorts around Niseko on Japan‘s northern island of Hokkaido are bound to become the country‘s leading mountain biking destinations.

Allegra already designed different trails on different mountains, including the first flow trail. It is located perfectly at the edge of town and is surrounded by sports and service facilities. Further flow trails could be constructed and will be designed when a team of trail specialists returns in 2016.

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Topics: trails, work, Design, niseko, japan, know-how-transfer, traildesign, sustainable trailbuilding

The Environmental Impacts of Mountain Biking

By: Chris Bernhardt March 17, 2016

The environmental impacts of mountain biking are a topic of frequent, and sometimes heated, discussion by advocates, tourism promoters, environmentalists, and land managers. Unfortunately, misunderstandings and stereotypes exist, and in the worst cases poor information is used to make decisions about trail access. While there are many anecdotal and emotional responses to mountain biking, what are the actual impacts?

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Topics: trails, destination, Enviromental Impacts, strategy, know-how-transfer, traildesign

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