What's new on the bus?
No need to tell you that we are already impatient to get the shuttling days back on track, and if this is also your case, here are a few new things that will only add to your unbearable eagerness.
We could start by teaching you that the sliding door is again fitted with a handle, or that a generous sound system has been installed on the side of the passenger compartment, with the music of your choice, since you can now directly connect your favorite playlist via Bluetooth.
We've also added a few USB charging sockets so that you can always come home with your GoPro full of beautiful memories at the end of the day, as well as self-service thermos of coffee and tea to attack as it should be in the morning.
As for the beer fridge, it is of course always there and loaded as it should be, to always ensure you the good after-ride beer as fresh as possible.
As for the programs, two additional days will arrive, as well as new variants with difficulty levels of 2/4 for the less adventurous who still want to enjoy beautiful days of shuttling without pressure and on adapted routes.
If, on the contrary, you are the nervous type, remember the dates of June 18, 19 and 20, with 3 exceptional days of 12 hours of riding each, with the objective of a minimum union of 10'000m of vertical drop daily, otherwise we will be forced to end in the frontal.
Finally, we have set up a pass system to reward the most loyal participants with more advantageous prices.
Between now and the first sessions scheduled for March 20, syncro with the arrival of spring, we are still considering some modifications to the trailer in order to facilitate the transport of bikes and above all to reduce loading time (aka increase the time to ride: p ).
So all you have to do is sharpen your crampons and heal your handlebars to be ready for the imminent recovery!
If you already want to secure your place in upcoming sessions, registrations are open on the shuttles page.
We are already looking forward to welcoming you for this 2021 shuttling season, and until then good preparation, and see you on the bus!