• Before heading to a route it’s recommended to check the active warnings on the web 
  • When riding, always wear a helmet. 
  • It is essential to bring plenty of water and food for all routes, especially in summer.
  • If you are going out alone, leave a notice of the route you are heading to. The use of a GPS device is always recommended, even on already marked trails.
  • If you practice MTB we recommend to be insured with the Cyclism Federation. The insurances that cover those who belong to the regional cycling federations are the only ones that cover bike accidents on the trails.
  • Extreme caution must be taken on the road. Move along the shoulder if there is one and respect the traffic regulations.
  • Avoid riding at night on the road. If you do so, you should carry front and rear lights and retro-reflectors in your backpack or clothing.
  • When descending on gravel roads, be very careful with your speed when cornering with gravel. A fall above 30 km/h can be very serious.
  • Check the route information before doing it and assess if your physical condition and skills are adequate to do it. The route should not be underestimated, nor should one's forces be overvalued.
  • Before starting the route check that your bike is in good condition: brakes, gears, etc.
  • Please collaborate with the MTB Center supporting the local tourist services that appear in the web’s Services section. 

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