Mountain Biking Highlight
The Flow Trail Kreuzberg has been around since 2013 and is really something special. It is officially approved by the city of Bischofsheim, operated by RWV Haselbach e.V. and maintained with the help of many volunteers. One of these helpers is downhill World Cup driver Joshua Hein, who has energetically contributed his expertise and a lot of work.
The trail is fully in accordance with the Flow Country concept, so it is recommended for every level of driving but designed so that even advanced drivers will have the grin on their faces. Due to his official status, there are a few rules and requirements that you should pay attention to. These include, for example, road closures in winter or in bad weather. Please inform yourself in advance here: flowtrail-kreuzberg.com/der-trail
January 10, 2018
A very cool flow trail! Respect to the builders! There are many tables, berms and even a small Northshore feature that is really fun to drive :)
You can even start the trail as a beginner, but you should be careful not to get out of the way when someone is faster behind you, so as not to spoil the fun.
June 3, 2018
The trail offers different levels of difficulty to choose from and a nice selection of objections / obstacles. There are several sections to get on or off the trail, for example to repeat certain passages. Since the access road runs along the trail, you can easily get back to the beginning. At the beginning there is also a pump track.
Warning: the trail also crosses roads. Pay attention to traffic here.
July 19, 2020
The flow trail Kreuzberg in the Rhön, above Bischofsheim a. d. Rhön and built by Locals in cooperation with the city Bischofsheim and the RWV Haselbach e.V. There is a lot of work in it, a lot of dedication, a lot of sweat and lots of men power. At about 2 KM length and 180 HM difference goes to the point
August 22, 2018
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