Beginner e-MTB Lessons in Meribel & Courchevel (e-bike included)

From:  55.00

  • 3 hours session
  • Level: beginner
  • Age 13+
  • Equipment included (e-mountain bike, gloves, helmet, elbow and knee protection)

Book onto one of our 3 hours beginner sessions. You’ll learn the basics of riding an electric mountain bike and how to handle it on the mountain terrain. 

 

Product Description

BEGINNER E-MTB IN MERIBEL & COURCHEVEL

Available all week

Available from 09:00-12:00 or 14:00-17:00.

Share the fun

A great activity to share with friends or family.

VTT whistle & oxygene

Technique

Learn the basics of electric mountain biking.

Professional instruction

An experienced instructor to show you the ropes.

BEGINNER E-MTB IN MERIBEL & COURCHEVEL

AVAILABLE ALL WEEK

Available from 09:00-12:00 or 14:00-17:00.

SHARE THE FUN

A great activity to share with friends or family.

TECHNIQUE

Learn the basics of electric mountain biking.

PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION

An experienced instructor to show you the ropes.

SOME USEFUL INFORMATION…

In Meribel, meet us at the Chaudanne, at the bottom of the Saulire gondola. In Courchevel, you’ll find us at the bottom of the lifts between the Croisette and the Forum.

It is best to wear clothing that is breathable, that doesn’t restrict your movement and is adapted to the weather. Shoes-wise, trainers or hiking shoes are perfect.

Electric bikes use a combination of pedal power and electricity to power them up the trails so you do need to have a basic level of fitness.

Yes. Riding an electric bike requires the same balance and coordination as riding a regular bike so some bike riding experience is necessary.

There is a variety of riding for all levels. You’ll find wide, shallow slopes for beginners and natural trails through forest and across open terrain. For adrenaline junkies, there’s single track, jumps, berms and drops galore too.

SOME USEFUL INFORMATION…

In Meribel, meet us at the Chaudanne, at the bottom of the Saulire gondola. In Courchevel, you’ll find us at the bottom of the lifts between the Croisette and the Forum.

It is best to wear clothing that is breathable, that doesn’t restrict your movement and is adapted to the weather. Shoes-wise, trainers or hiking shoes are perfect.

Electric bikes use a combination of pedal power and electricity to power them up the trails so you do need to have a basic level of fitness.

Yes. Riding an electric bike requires the same balance and coordination as riding a regular bike so some bike riding experience is necessary.

There is a variety of riding for all levels. You’ll find wide, shallow slopes for beginners and natural trails through forest and across open terrain. For adrenaline junkies, there’s single track, jumps, berms and drops galore too.