Discover the amazing scenery and mountain trails of Sainte Victoire Mountain with an electric mountain bike. The 3 hour tour will take you to unexpected trails up and down the mountain. The electric mountain bike makes it easy to ride up steep hills and explore the mountain. The 3 hours morning or afternoon tours start in Aix-en-Provence. I will meet you and set you up with an electric Scott E-Scale 920 mountain bike. The first few kilometres are on the road to the mountain so that you can get accustomed to the electric bike before you start the climb up the hill. We will stop at various points to appreciate the magnificence of the mountain and to take videos, photos and have a snack. We go to various viewpoints such Zola Dam, Bimont Dam and others. An E-Bike is a great way to explore the trail for people of all ages and riding capabilities and enables you to ride to areas you never thought possible. There are different trails to ride depending on the skill level of the group. We return and finish at the starting point in Aix.
I am Colin and I have been cycling for over 20 years. I am passionate about cycling and exploring the great outdoors by bicycle. The Sainte-Victoire Mountain is a major landmark and symbol of Aix-en-Provence. I am excited to share my passion of cycling with you and show you the wonderful trails and sites that the area has to offer. An electric mountain bike is a great way to explore the area.
Snacks for during ride Water
Electric Mountain Bike Helmet, Water bottle
We will be at the Mountain Sainte-Victoire which covers an area of 35,000 hectares and has been recognised as a Grand Site de France since 2004.
12歳以上の方8名まで参加できます。 Must be able to ride a bike on their own and be comfortable to cycle on steep uphills and downhills Minimum height limit of 1.50 cm
Must be able to ride a bicycle on your own Tour covers a distance of approximately 25 km, including steep uphills and downhills Tour may be cancelled due to bad weather such as heavy rain and if access to the mountain is closed due to risk of forest fires