Mountain biking is the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain. Mountain biking can generally be broken down into multiple categories: cross country, trail riding, all mountain (also referred to as “Enduro”), downhill, freeride and dirt jumping. Although the majority of mountain biking falls into the categories of Trail and Cross Country riding styles. This individual sport requires endurance, core strength and balance, bike handling skills, and self-reliance. Advanced riders pursue both steep technical descents and high incline climbs. In the case of freeriding, downhilling, and dirt jumping, aerial maneuvers are preformed off both natural features and specially constructed jumps and ramps.
Mountain biking can be performed almost anywhere from a back yard to a gravel road, but the majority of mountain bikers ride off-road trails, whether country back roads, fire roads, or singletrack (narrow trails that wind through forests, mountains, deserts, or fields). There are aspects of mountain biking that are more similar to trail running than regular bicycling. Because riders are often far from civilization, there is a strong ethic of self-reliance in the sport. Riders learn to repair their broken bikes or flat tires to avoid being stranded miles from help. Many riders will carry a backpack, including a water bladder, containing all the essential tools and equipment for trailside repairs, and many riders also carry emergency supplies in the case of injury miles from outside help. Club rides and other forms of group rides are common, especially on longer treks. A combination sport named mountain bike orienteeringadds the skill of map navigation to mountain biking.
Nha Trang has beautiful beaches with fine, clean sand, clear ocean water, and mild temperatures year-round. The most beautiful street of Nha Trang is arguably Tran Phu Street along the seaside, sometimes referred to as the Pacific Coast Highway of Vietnam. This one-day tour will enable you to discover first-hand the rural scenery of Nha Trang’s countryside villages. You’ll visit mat-making artists, a clay stove village, and a pottery maker’s kiln. We’ll stop for a cup of tea at an ancient house, and enjoy fresh fruit and lunch in the garden. Then, we’ll cycling to Nha Trang to end the trip.
Departure time: 8am, 9am.
Durations: 5 - 6 hours.
The prices will be additional 30% in Public Holidays
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