Belle was found just over a year and a half ago on the street. Weak, ill, thin and scared – she got picked up by people passing by, moved to a foster home and recovered. Four months ago Belle found a new home with Tal from Sababike, and obviously got to spend some time on … Continue reading »
HaZore’a is a kibbutz in northern Israel. Located in the west of the Jezreel Valley, it falls under the jurisdiction of the Megiddo Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 901, and as of 2014, it is also home to two new purpose-built mountain bike loops. We went out to discover both, adding … Continue reading »
As July and August bring with them pretty hot weather to Israel, a getaway to Europe is always welcome! Last week we went riding in Slovenia with the awesome guides from mountain bike nomad. After riding underground in old mines, and around the Nomad’s farm local trails, we got to ride a brand new trail – … Continue reading »
Earlier in May, we had the pleasure of hosting Mark Scott and Sam Flanagan – two top enduro racers AKA “The Trippin Fellaz” – and Jacob Gibbins from Aspect Media for a week of on and off-bike adventures in Israel that saw us take in the whole country, from the very north to the very … Continue reading »
Pumptracks are becoming more popular in Israel and more tracks are popping up in public areas and parks – free for all, with lighting to keep riders happy after work hours. We love visiting these tracks weather just for fun or for technical skills sessions, as it is really an efficient tool to get the … Continue reading »
The Nafataly mountains and the Manara cliff area has long been known as the main DH spot in Israel. Now, instead of being a hardcore attraction only, the mountain is also open for some excellent and epic XC riding. The new Naftaly Mountain Singletrack is a recent addition to the growing network of official mountain biking … Continue reading »
The city of Eilat, located at the southernmost tip of Israel on the shores of the Red Sea, is a popular holiday destination. With an average of only five days of rain per year, Eilat is usually associated with sunny beaches, tropical underwater life, watersports and a good selection of hotels, pubs and restaurants. If … Continue reading »
This ride report takes us from the city of Arad, at about 640 meters above sea level, all the way down to the Dead Sea, 420 meters below sea level and the lowest point on Earth – get ready to dive!