All bikers love flow trails - that's what we say cheekily. They are easy enough to offer the bike rookie a lot of fun without risk, but they also offer enough possibilities for experienced riders to let off steam. In that sense, they appeal to the enduro racer in search of the perfect descent, as well as people of all ages enjoying a family weekend in the outdoors.
And flow trails look pretty darn good. Everyone can understand their curves and waves. Bikers push themselves intuitively into each curve and surf along each wave of the trail. Other visitors also seek to enjoy their features, with hikers, residents and outdoorsy people of all kinds traveling along them however they see fit. This kind of trail promotes harmony between bikers and other forest users, something many cities all over Germany have recognized and now support through the introduction of flow trail projects.
In this Collection, we have put together Germany's most beautiful, longest and most impressive flow trail projects, and we've included them in really beautiful rides which guarantee a great day on the bike. Most of the rides start and end at a railway station, so you can travel stress free and without the need for a car—and enjoy your hobby in full harmony with nature.
The "TrailGround" Brilon is a cool flowtrail project right on the edge of the small town in the eastern Sauerland. Brilon is a popular holiday destination and with the TrailGround it is a real highlight for mountain bikers.
The idea behind the trailground is fully in line with the Flowtrail philosophy…
The Trail Park Winterberg is located in the immediate vicinity of the city and next door to the famous Bikepark Winterberg. Optimal prerequisites for a perfect mountain bike experience. There are endless accommodations, lots of parking and you can also easily travel by train.
That's why our tour starts…
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In the footsteps of the bike legends. That's the way to call this tour. Because it leads from the train station in Triefenried straight to MTB Bikezone Bischofsmais - one of the oldest bike parks in Europe, built and operated by track legend Diddie Schneider.
Part of this bike park is also the Flow Country…
In the middle of the partly strictly protected biosphere reserve in the Rhön there is a really great and above all legal mountain bike tour, which comes up with a superlative. Because it contains the longest flow trail in Bavaria, which keeps its promises. The Supertrail Kreuzberg is probably the longest…
The Vogtland is known for being a great bike area. Not so innocent of it is the bike world Schöneck, a bike park, which enjoys growing popularity and has built in addition to various downhill routes, Jumplines and practice course now also a flow line with 1350 meters in length.
And that is exactly the…
Freiburg is one of the sunniest and warmest cities in the republic. That alone does not qualify the southernmost city in Germany, of course, as a mountain bike Eldorado. Nevertheless, one can do that with justification. The partly over 1200 meters high mountains just outside the city contribute to their…
The Flowtrail Stromberg is one of the oldest "Flow Country" projects in Germany. It was created in 2013 in honorary work of the members of Flowtrail Stromberg e.V. and is still based on the commitment of the members. A great project that you can appreciate through responsible use.
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