We meet at 16.00 in our office in Ljubljana. After a short introduction we pack our bags and bikes take a trip to the village Jamnica, just at the border to Austria, where we will settle for two nights in Bike Hotel Koroš. Easy afternoon and evening, getting to know each other and talking about the following mountain bike week in Slovenia.
Day 1 - Petzen Flow Blast (bikepark)
After the delicious breakfast and morning tea or coffee we are passing the border to Austria. We are going to enjoy the full on mountain bike day in Petzen Flow Country Trail, which offers more than 10km of pure adrenaline flow MTB ride and a fast cabin lift to the top of the Petzen mountain. Roller coaster feeling while riding downhill over the ramps, steep and S bends, jumps, tables. Overnight in Jamnica
(cca. 50 km and 5000 vertical meters of descent)
Day 2 - Fantastic Jamnica
Thrilling single trails in park Jamnica in Slovenia run through the beautiful forests and the green pastures passing the farms offering picturesque vistas all around. Its a joyride mountain bike heaven for all levels and both all mountain or enduro bikes. After great mountain bike experience in this north part of Slovenia we pack the bags and strap our mountain bikes to the bike trailer and take a 2 hours drive to beautiful Soča Valley and most westeren village in Slovenia – Robidišče.
(cca. 30 km, 800 vertical meters of climb and 1000 vertical meters of descent)
Day 3 - Secret Robidišče trails (trail park)
This will be the most unique day of the week. Village Robidišče it’s a hidden jewel and the most beautiful place to wake up in the morning. Mountain bike trails here are made form mountain bikers for mountain bikers and shuttle will help you to ride them all. To ride classic mountain bike trails in Soča valley it’s a must but if you looking for something new and secret Robidišče trails are the place to ride your bike. After the ride the cold beer will wait for you in one of turquoise pools of Nadiža river where you can swim and chill for the rest of the day. Overnight in Robidišče.
(cca. 30 km, 300 vertical meters of climb and 2000 vertical meters of descent)
Day 4 - Unforgettable ZipBike adventure
We will start the day with a shuttle trough Kobarid to the mountain pass Učja. It’s a day for true adrenaline junkies, who want something more. After 1,5 hour climb to the top of Kobariski Stol rewarded in a panoramic view of the majestic Julian Alps we descend on a century-old preserved soldier trail from the First World War. Here we enjoy a flowy, seemingly never ending trail that serpentines its way towards the Emerald Soca river. Then to add the cherry on top, we attach not only ourselves, but our bikes to the Zipline cable, where we fly over the Ucja Canjon, over the untouched and inaccessible river bed below. Once we guide you safely over two cables, we continue our tour on our last sweet piece of single trail, unique to only those who access it by the Zipline cables. After the ride we can also do some sightseeing and chec the museum of the Isonzo front. Overnight in Robidišče.
(cca. 30 km, 700 vertical meters of climb and 1200 vertical meters of descent)
Day 5 - Krvavec flawless Flow (bikepark)
We spend the day in Krvavec resort, where we can enjoy countless rides in BikePark Krvavec or surrounding area. Trails start at the top of cabin lift, descending around 600 A meters each offering amazing views of Sorško Polje with the farming fields, villages and many many surrounding mountains.
(cca. 35 km, 300 vertical meters of climb and 3000 vertical meters of descent)
Day 6 - The Single trail capital
After breakfast we take shuttle to Ljubljana. Slovenia’s capital is encircled by a ring of rolling hills that are chock full of fast flowing singletrack. Trails that start just a short ride from city centre can be combined into miles and miles of pleasure and fantastic views of Ljubljana, the Alps and lush greenery all around. After ride we can enjoy some culture and gastronomic part of Slovenia’s capital. Transfer back to Hotel Krvavec.
(cca 35 km and 600 – 1000 vertical meters of climb and 600 – 1000 vertical meters of descent).
We say goodbye to the Krvavec resort and descent down to the valley from where we will hit the road back to our office in Ljubljana.
If you wish to extend your stay in Slovenia, we will be happy to arrange everything you need (lodging, activities ..) to make sure your good times continue. Don’t hesitete to contact us on email@example.com
Price for FLOW CHICKEN tour includes:
- 6 days of mountain biking with experienced licenced guides
- 7 nights accommodation (3-4 star hotels/pensions)
- 7 days fully catered breakfast and dinner with local/ typical touch
- Transportation in an airconditioned van with a bike trailer
- 2 x daily bike park ticket (Petzen & Krvavec)
- 1 x daily shuttle van ticket (Robidišče trails)
- Sight seeing as desired and information on the surrounding areas
- Use of workshop for repairs
- Second to none service with passionate staff
- Goodie bag
- Power bag
Rates are valid per person, based on double room occupancy.
Price for FLOW CHICKEN excludes:
- Travel and activity insurance
- Personal safety & cycling equipment
- All beverages with included meals
- Any other items not mentioned as included
- Supplement for single room 170 €
- e-bike rental: from 40€/day
- bike-rental: from 25€/day
We provide full mechanic service in our transport van. There is a lot bike shops in Slovenia in case that we need some special spare bike parts.
2019 dates for FLOW CHICKEN mountain bike week in Slovenia
25. May – 1. June (few places left)
1. – 8. June (few places left)
27. July – 3. August
3. – 10. September SOLD OUT
12. – 19. October
When booking please select the appropriate date in the calendar. If you wish to book a trip outside the above dates, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Where do we meet?
How is it with cash and expenses?
The official currency in Slovenia is the Euro – €. Additional costs you may encounter during your stay: lunch (cca. 10 – 15€/day), souvenirs, drinks in bars, massage treatments in hotels, etc. Most places allow payments by credit card, but we recommend you visit an ATM machine and pay in cash. Tipping is welcome (if you are satisfied with the service), not mandatory. The usual tip is up to 10 – 15% of the bill.
How about the food and meals?
In all multi-day trips breakfast & dinner is included in the price. Lunch is the only meal that needs to be paid separately (around 10 – 15€ per day). Breakfast and dinner are part of the half-board lodging option at each hotel. Each day includes a lunch stop at a specially selected local restaurant, serving local home made food, friendly atmosphere and range of foods characteristic for the area. Other lunch option is buying food in the grocery store.
We kindly ask our guests to report any special nutritional requirements in advance (vegetarians, gluten free …) so we can notify the hotels and restaurants accordingly.
What kind of bike do I need?
The best bike for our trips is a good all mountain or enduro bike with at least 120 mm of travel. The bike should not weigh more than 14 kilos as there is quite a bit of uphill riding. Hardtails are always an option, provided your knees and back can take the punishment.
Can I Rent a bike?
What spare parts for my bike should I bring?
Most bicycle spares and components are available for purchase in bike shops around Slovenia. But, to set your mind at ease, we recommend you bring the following set of spares with you:
- rear derailleur hanger
- one set of brake pads
- chain (if your bike chain is older than 6 months)
- 2 inner tubes (with the appropriate valve)
- 2 spokes (appropriate lengths for your wheelset)
- Shock pump
You can also do away with worrying about spares altogether and rent a bike for the week.
What clothing do you recommend?
With the exception of May and October, weather in Slovenia is rather stable and not too cold. Expected temperatures in May and October are between 10 and 25 C and temperatures between June and September are between 15 and 30 C. Packing rain gear is always good as we cannot guarantee the dry weather. Some long sleeves can certainly come in handy.
What should I pack?
Clothing and accessories:
- at least two cycling jerseys with short sleeves and one with long sleeves
- padded bike shorts
- bike helmet
- knee pads (elbow pads optional)
- bike gloves
- rainproof jacket and pants
- warm “civilian” clothing (fleeces, pants …)
- swimsuit, towel
- sunscreen and insect repellent
- personal hygiene set (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo…)
Your riding backpack should carry at least:
- 2 liters of fluid/day (hydration bladder or plastic bottles)
- 1 spare inner tube (appropriate valve)
Plus any other stuff you can’t ride without (phone, camera etc.)!
What if I want to extend my stay in Slovenia?
Of course! If you wish to extend your stay in Slovenia, we will be happy to arrange everything you need (lodging, activities ..) to make sure your good times continue. Don’t hesitete to contact us on email@example.com