Courses

Bike

Adventurous rides, panoramic tours or skills training - the variety of biking opportunities in the Flims Laax Falera regain awaits you. Our highly motivated guides will share their insider tips with you and show you the most beautiful aspects of mountain biking the region has to offer.

 

  School System Bike

  • If you want to rent the bike on site, please do it in time, so you will have a suitable bike for sure.

  • Insurance is a matter of the participants.

  • Lift and bus tickets are not included in the course price. But in combination with the course you can get discounted lift tickets at the LAAX School office.

  • We always recommend to take a snack and something to drink with you.

  • Wear proper clothing according to the weather.


Bike Equipment

  • all course participants have to bring / organize the mountain bike themselves
Minis
  • regular bike (without training wheels/not a running bike) with handbrakes and gear shift (of advantage)
  • Hand brakes (no coaster brake!)
  • helmet and gloves

Blue 1 / Blue 2
  • the following applies to beginners: the less suspension travel, the better you can improve your riding technique. Therefore a hardtail (front suspension only) is sufficient.
  • From Blue 1: Disc brakes highly recommended, from Blue 2: disc brakes compulsory
  • protectors

from Red 1
  • in this offer we recommend a full-suspension all-mountain or enduro bike
  • protectors

Protectors
  • We recommend: Knee and elbow protectors, gloves, helmet, good bike shoes, backpack with spare tube and rain jacket.

Gerenal requirements for mountain bikes
  • Gear shift that works simply and without great effort
  • The size of the bike must be exactly matched to the body size. A bike that is too small or too big makes handling the bike very difficult
  • Good tires with enough profile for driving on trails - brittle tires must be changed
  • A bike service before the bike season is highly recommended

A suitable and well-functioning bike is much more fun!

Bike Kindergarten
Requirements

for 3 years old children

  • no like a bike /
  • no support wheels
  • no bike experience needed
Course elements
  • get on/off
  • riding curves
  • stop
  • braking
Minis
Requirements

for kids aged 4-5 years

  • feeling good on a mountain bike /
  • no training wheels (not a running bike) /
  • safe hand braking
Course elements
  • basic position (standing)
  • get on/off sideways
  • pedaling (straight/small incline)
  • shifting gears
  • braking
  • lane riding
  • cornering
Blue 1
Requirements

for kids aged 6 years and older

  • no mountain biking experience /
  • safe riding on pavements or wide gravel paths /
  • keep balance /
  • use hand brakes
Course elements
  • basic position (standing)
  • get on/off sideways
  • pedal (straight/small incline)
  • sway pedal
  • shift
  • brake
  • lane riding
  • cornering
Blue 2
Requirements
  • safe descent on easy blue single track and freeride trails or off-road /
  • safe braking and shifting gears off-road
Course elements
  • active position on root and stone fields
  • keeping balance/stopping
  • starting uphill
  • stopping downhill
  • riding down steps
  • steep climb up
  • slowly ride down a steep descent
  • lifting front wheel
  • ride over a simple obstacle in the flat
Red 1
Requirements

descend at a safe speed

  • on all blue trails /
  • on easy red descents as well as over wooden bridges /
  • on northshores and small stone fields
Course elements
  • riding up steps
  • riding steep wall corners
  • rear wheel lift
  • loading/unloading with pumping (pump track/waves)
  • rolling hairpin turns (skill centre)
  • getting off the back (emergency exit)
  • stoppie
  • mini hop
Red 2
Requirements
  • safe descent at medium speed on all blue/red/black trails as well as on technical single trails /
  • mastering the correct technique for a stopi (rear wheel lift) /
  • bunny hop /
  • a standstill (balance) /
  • small jumps and drops
Course elements
  • basic / active position adapted to the situation across the entire trail
  • lay down bike cornering technique
  • bunny hop over obstacle
  • drop technique
  • bounce in place
  • shifting hairpin turns with rear wheel (skill centre)
  • wheelie
  • emergency rear dismount (jumped)
  • jumping
Black
Requirements

safe descent at high speed

  • on all black trails /
  • both off-road /
  • in the bike park
Course elements
  • Wheelie drop
  • nose wheelie
  • jumps (tables/doubles)
  • doubling (waves/pumptrack)
  • emergenfy front dismount
  • rear wheel turn
  • hairpin turns on single trail (roll/offset)
  • manual/surfing
  • 180°/360° bouncing
  • Backwheelhop
E-Bike
Requirements

E-Bike, safe riding

Course elements

Setup e-bike / info on batteries and other tools, basic positions, braking correctly, riding on gravel roads, balance, cornering technique, overcoming obstacles.

Level
Age
Type

Bike - Kids

Bike Kindergarten / incl. childcare (3 years)

09.30 - 12.00 / 13.00 - 15.30

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Bike - Kids

Kids Camp Mini

4 - 5 years | 09.30 - 12.00 (optional with Ami Sabi Workshop until 15.30)

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Bike - Kids

Kids Camp

from 6 years | 09.30 - 15.30

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Bike - Kids

Enduro Camp mit Swiss Champ Basil

12 - 17 years | 09.30 - 15.30

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Bike - Kids

Enduro Session

12 - 17 years | Saturday, 09.00 - 12.00

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Bike - Private Lessons

Family course

09.00 - 12.00 / 13.00 - 16.00

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Bike - Adults

Enduro Weekend with Swiss Champ Basil

from 16 years

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Bike - Private Lessons

Private Guiding

09.00 - 12.00 / 13.00 - 16.00

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Bike - Adults

Ladies Beginners Day - By women for women

from 16 years

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Bike - Adults

Basic Course (MTB & E-Bike)

Tuesday - Wednesday 13.00 - 15.00

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Bike - Private Lessons

Individual group and company events

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