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Welcome to MTBFrance, The Mountain biking guide to France.
France offers all kind of terrain for mountain bike fanatics as well as for family holidays. You can find guides that will take you on top of the mountains or simply follow our marked guides or signed post trails by yourself: MTB is ideal to explore the countryside of rural France.
For every French region, discover the best spots, events and races, maps of the trails, addresses where you can rent a bike, hotels and bed and breakfast to stay...
So start now by clicking on a region name, or use the search tool to find the place where you want to go.
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Discover MTB France

MTBFrance is a website listing all level MTB trails in France. Mountain bikers can discover new spots, share ideas, advices on the spots they know, everywhere around France. All kind of trails are listed, from quiet family outing to sporty rides. It is perfect to organise your next mountain biking holidays in France. Everyone can contribute to the site.

For each area, you can discover guides showing you the trails, maps and list of accomodations and addresses to rent or repair bikes. You also have links to the local mountain bikes clubs, and an agenda of the next events.
To start exploring the site, choose an area on the home page or use the search tool and type the name of the town/area where you would like to go.

Paths can be marked with signs or not. Sometimes they follow trekking paths, main ones marked red and white: Be careful with walkers on these trails.

We recommend wearing an helmet every time you are riding your bike, as well as informing yourself about the local weather forecast and taking a few tools to reappear your bike (including a puncture repair kit)
Trail descriptions contain the following elements:
Distance: in Kilometres.
Climbing: Cumulated climbing up (in meters).
Length: time can differ a lot depending of the level of the rider, indication are for average riders including a few breaks
Quotation: Trails are usually quoted with a colour. Levels, from easy to hard are : green, blue, red and black. Yellow is used for non quoted trails or when the difficulty is variable.

Enjoy browsing on MTBFrance, and do not hesitate to contact us.