• Exorider convention

    Exorider convention

    Some rules to follow for the future of our sport.

  • Exorider convention

    Exorider convention

    Some rules to follow for the future of our sport.

  • Exorider convention

    Exorider convention

    Some rules to follow for the future of our sport.

Comme il y a les bons et les mauvais chasseurs, il y a les bons et les mauvais VTTistes. Chez Exoride, nous sommes sensibles aux problèmes croissants de cohabitation avec les différents usagers des sentiers de montagne et la préservation de la faune et de la flore. Acteurs dans le milieu du VTT depuis de nombreuses années, nous efforçons de faire connaître et respecter les normes d'usage pour que toute la communauté du VTT puisse continuer à profiter de notre belle nature et s'amuser avec les éléments naturels, tout en entretenant de bonnes relations avec les différents utilisateurs et acteurs de la montagne.

Ces quelques règles sauront également vous préserver au mieux d'une blessure ou d'un accident grave.

Voici quelques recommandations utiles qui feront de vous un parfait Exorider...

  • Je roule avec un VTT un bon état et adapté à ma pratique
  • Je porte toujours un casque et des gants. Des genouillères et des coudières vous éviterons également certains désagréments en cas de chute.
  • Je porte un sac à dos pour le nécessaire de réparation et des vêtements supplémentaires adaptés à ma sortie.
  • J'ai toujours sur moi le nécessaire de réparation et les compétences nécessaires pour les petites pannes (crevaison, bris de chaîne, ...)
  • J'ai toujours avec moi un kit de premier secours complet.
  • J'emporte toujours avec moi un téléphone portable, surtout si je roule seul dans des endroits isolés.
  • Je m'informe de la météo et des conditions en montagne.
  • Je connais mes capacités physique et adapte mes parcours en conséquence.
  • Je reste maître de ma vitesse et signale mon arrivée.
  • Je ne roule pas en dehors des sentiers pour préserver la végétation. Je ne coupe pas les épingles.
  • Je respecte la signalisation, y compris les interdictions aux VTT.
  • Je repars avec tous les déchêts que j'ai amené. Aucun détritu ne reste après mon passage.
  • Je veille à toujours refermer les enclos à vache et clôtures.
  • Je reste courtois avec les autres usagers. Je m'arrête pour laisser passer les promeneurs.

 

 

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  • Une question?

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What is my technical level?

  • Level 1/4

You already practice mountain biking and are already able to control your speed and your trajectories on uneven ground, lightly steep and without exposure. You can ride shorter, more technical portions on your local courses.

  • Level 2/4

You are a regular practitioner with past experiences on mountainous terrain. You control the ascent and descent on trails from moderate to steep sometimes with natural obstacles such as roots or rocks. You are able to cross small steps or rocks up to 20 centimeters high, uphill and downhill. Your experience lets you know when to walk when the terrain becomes too exposed or dangerous.

  • Level 3/4

You are a regular practitioner who appreciates technical and steep trails. You are comfortable on the dry as in the fat, uphill as downhill. You are able to easily ride a red track in a bikepark, climb steps up to 30 centimeters, uphill and downhill, and make small jumps in a controlled manner when the terrain requires it. In addition, you are comfortable with the exhibition. Your experience lets you know when to walk when the terrain becomes too exposed or dangerous.

  • Level 4/4

You are an experienced practitioner with more than five years of regular practice. Your skills allow you to confidently tackle all types of natural or artificial obstacles. Wet roots, stones, very steep terrain, tight pins requiring noseturns, jumps, gaps and drops. You are comfortable on courses classified black bikepark or have already participated in several competitions. Your experience lets you know when to walk when the terrain becomes too exposed or dangerous.

  • A doubt about your level?

If you live in Suisse Romande or in the region, do not hesitate to join one of our MTB clinics.

What is my physical level?

  • Level 1/4

You are rather sporty and do regular physical activities. You are able to do about 3 to 4 hours of regular mountain biking on a daily basis over a period of up to 4 consecutive days.

  • Level 2/4

You are a regular sportsman and do physical activities of about half an hour at least 2 to 3 times a week. You are able to do about 4 to 6 hours of mountain biking daily at a steady pace over a period of up to 6 consecutive days. You are also able to push and carry your MTB on long portions.

  • Level 3/4

You are a regular sportsman and do physical activities of about 45 minutes at least 3 to 4 times a week. You are able to do 6 hours or more of ATV every day by feeling comfortable in the effort at a steady pace over a period of up to 6 consecutive days. You are also able to make long climbs push and carry your MTB on long runs.

  • Level 4/4

You are an experienced sportsman and do physical activities of 45 minutes or more at least 5 times a week. You are able to do 6 hours or more of mountainbiking daily by feeling comfortable in the effort at a steady pace over a period of more than 6 consecutive days. You are also able to make long climbs push and carry your mountainbike on long runs.

What material?

  • The bike

BIKE   E-BIKE
Suitable for MTB and E-MTB

BIKE   E-BIKE
SUitable for MTB but not for E-MTB

BIKE   E-BIKE
Suitable for E-MTB but not for MTB

 

To make the most of this program, only all-mountain / enduro all-suspension bicycles (between 140 and 180 front-to-rear travel) are allowed in order to respect the homogeneity of the group. If this program is for e-bikes, the battery should offer good autonomy.

If you do not have a suitable mountainbike or e-mountainbike or do not want to travel with your own, Exoride offers MTB or e-MTB rental at a good price. This option is available in the registration form.

If you come with your own bike, thank you to have it completely revised in a shop and change the wear parts before your departure (tires, brake pads, ...)
  • The rider

A complete and detailed list of the equipment to be provided will be sent to you before your departure. For the ride, you will need to be equipped with an enduro jet helmet or with detachable chin strap (highly recommended), kneepads, a windbreaker, a backpack with integrated protection, a multitool, a replacement derailleur hanger for your bike, an inner tube with presta valve and a survival blanket.

Exoride offers advantageous packs for the rental of certain protections. These options are available in the registration form for this trip.

What assurances?

  • Illness and accident

Health and accident insurance coverage is mandatory. You must make sure that it covers you in the mountain biking and risky sports, the mountain air evacuation in the country of the stay of your choice.

In addition to your insurance, we strongly encourage you to join the REGA so to complete your services in the event of an accident in the mountains.

  • Cancellation

Do not risk losing the cost of your stay or your flight in case of injury, illness or personal emergency. Purchase a cancellation insurance or check the coverage of this kind of damage. By paying your stay and your flight with your Mastercard or Visa credit card you can already be insured to cover these costs.

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