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Who is placid with sustained output at a relaxed pace. Who can handle easy climbs of up to 300 vertical metres by bike or hike for around 2-3 hrs on undulating terrain at a steady pace. This would include ascents and descents of about 200 m vertical.
Who is able to handle a moderate pace. Who can tackle climbs up to a total of 500 vertical metres by bike or can trek up steep, rocky paths and ascend up to 300 m in a day.
Who is able to handle a good pace. who can tackle climbs up to a total of 900 vertical metres by bike or can trek up steep, rocky paths and ascend up to 500 m in a day with pauses to rest and catch up their breath.
Who is able to handle a sustained challenging pace including anaerobic activities. Who can tackle two or three climbs of up to a total of at least 900 vertical metres by bike or can climb 5-6 hours most days, and on summit days up to 10 hours.
Who is able to handle a sustained challenging pace including anaerobic activities for up to 7 consecutive days. Who can tackle sustained climbs of up to at least 1,500 vertical metres by bike or can move confidently on technical terrain for 10-15 hours at altitude
RECOMMENDED PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
JOIN US WITH YOUR OWN BIKE
If you are bringing your own bike it should be tuned and in good working condition before the start of the tour. We strongly recommend you have your bike checked out prior to departure. A mountain bike of good quality and in good operating condition is essential. Our guides carry tools and a supply of spare parts suitable for use on most bikes. If your bike has special features or specifications, then you must supply your own parts and tools.