What to Bring

A Fab Ride can easily be compromised by a rider with a poor maintained mountain bike or with inappropriate MTB Kit. Please check your mountain bike before every ride and keep your bike in good working conditions.

Here a list of what we suggest you bring with you (please also watch this video).

MTB Adventures Stuff to carry

  • snacks
  • Water and/or energy drinks
  • A small amount of money
  • Additional warm layers of clothing and waterproofs
  • Puncture repair kit
  • Spare tubes and tyre levers
  • Bike pump
  • Multi-tool
  • Sun cream
  • A small rucksack to carry everything
  • Mobile telephone (full battery)


Riders MUST wear the following items of clothing to ensure basic level of safety are achieved

  • Full-fingered gloves or fingerless gloves
  • Full-lenght trousers or shorts and long-sleeved top (depending on the weather conditions and the vegetation)
  • Flat-soled shoes or trainers – NOT a shoe with a heel
  • Helmet
  • Eyewear

Clothing needs to allow a full range of movement without being too loose and provide some protection in the event of a fall.

If you use clip-in pedals (e.g.SPDs), a cycling-specific shoe is also required, so that the pedal cleats can be attached to the shoe.

Ski Touring – Off Piste Adventures Stuff and Clothing

  • Helmet, Beanie, Buff, Googles, Sunglasses, Suncream
  • Goretex jacket (or equivalent)
  • Down jacket or primaloft jacket
  • Fleece
  • Baselayer + Extra Baselayer
  • Gloves+ Extra gloves (warm one)
  • Warm pant or wool pant
  • Goretex pant (or equivalent)
  • Socks + Extra socks
  • Boots
  • Skis (or split board)
  • Skins (for the skis or the split board)
  • Poles (for boarders as well!)
  • Avalanche Rescue Kit: (Transceiver, Probe, Shovel)
  • A rucksack to carry everything
  • Mobile Telephone (full battery)
  • Camera, GoPro or equivalent (full battery)
  • Thermos
  • Snacks
  • Water and/or energy drinks

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