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Mountain Biking Worldwide

CYCLING in the world’s most spectacular locations

From vehicle supported, family orientated cycling holidays to competitive races through the remote corners of the globe, Mountain Biking Worldwide have it covered.

From the heights of the Nepal Himalayas, to the beaches and jungles of Sri Lanka or the lush mountains of Vietnam, we’re with you every step of the way.

Over 13 years of experience ensures that we are able to deliver you the ultimate mountain bike experience no matter what your expectations.

"He and his whole team could not do enough to make sure our trip was an epic adventure of a lifetime and, most importantly, so much fun. We laughed a lot!"

Melissa True – Referring to our guide Saroj during the Full Yak tour April 2018

"Mountain biking Worldwide organisation of Yak Attack mountain bike race was flawless. Everything from accommodation, medical support and and luggage transportation was taken care of. Nothing was too much of a hassle."

Karen Hill – Yak Attack 2018 female winner.

"Everything was great. Since the moment we landed Nepal, Ajay and Saroj take care of us. The experience has been amazing. They help us in everything."

Kiko Guillem – Annapurna Circuit tour, October 2017

"I was expecting a pretty cool adventure, and it delivered. The diversity of what we experienced over the last 10 days was just amazing, from the lowlands and foothills going up to the Annapurna circuit, it was awesome"

Cory Wallace, 2014 participant, 2016, 2017 and 2018 winner

"There is something really special about setting off in the night, doing something tough. Witnessing the sunrise in the Himalayas and at that altitude is awesome and a privilege. The light and the alpine glow on the surrounding peaks is just incredible and no matter how tough it is, it’s impossible not to feel an overwhelming sense of gratitude."

Richard Parks, 2013 participant

"Even though I didn’t finish, thought I was going to have to be heli-evac’d out at one point, and was shitting myself…..to date one of the best mtb experiences ever….ranks up there with CTR as a true eye opening experience. The Yak Attack is always on the radar!"

Jeff Kerkove, Topeak Ergon Racing Team, 2012 participant

"For me, and for most of the other international riders, it wasn’t about competing, but completing. Before the five of us successfully completed the 2009 event, only three other non-Nepalese had ever crossed the pass with their bikes without assistance. This is the Himalaya and we’re talking about over 200km of some of the toughest terrain on Earth"

Outer Edge Magazine, 2009

"I skipped down the mountainside using my trusty steed like a kind off off-road arctic zimmer frame. I finally started to feel elated. The whole event had been about getting over this pass; not just the raw physical challenge, but also the mental torture of worrying about altitude sickness and getting lost. I’d done it and it was now downhill all the way!"

Extract from Single Track World Magazine Article, written by Matt Hart, Director of TORQ, 2008 participant

"Two of my team mates, Jeff and Sonya, raced 2012 Yak Attack, and they told me how awesome it was. I have been obsessed with Yak Attack since then."

Yuki Ikeda, Topeak Ergon Rider, participant of 4 years

"I feel extremely grateful that I am able to go back. So far, it has been the most amazing thing I have ever done or seen in my life and now I get to go back!?!?……..the word epic is overused but this race is the definition of it"

Sonya Looney, Topeak Ergon Rider, 2012 & 2013 participant and Female 1st place

"We’re exhausted, but we soon brighten up when we realise we have another two hours of fast downhill ahead of us. The trail is amazing and it’s packed with super fast fireroads and rocky singletrack. I can’t wipe the grin off my face – this is the reason why I’ve come on this trip and it’s worth all the suffering; it’s awesome."

Extract from MBUK Article, written by Rob Jarman, Berghaus Sponsored Athlete, 2007 participant

▼ HOLIDAYS▼

Mountain Bike Holidays

We’ve applied 13 years of experience of organising world class mountain bike races and catering for elite cyclists to bring you the very best in mountain bike adventures. From the heights of the Himalaya’s to the jungles of Sri Lanka, we’ve got it covered!

Get in touch for prices!

▼ Races ▼

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The highest mountain bike race on Earth, climbing to the dizzying heights of 5416m above sea level. The 2019 edition will include more single track trails than ever before. 280km, 9000m of ascent and 2 very unique loops around Besi Sahar and Kagenbi, will bring 7 days of the most exciting and intense racing on the 2019 race calendar.

Next race: 9th – 20th November 2019

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Sri Lanka’s premier mountain bike stage race, takes riders from hot and humid jungles, through mountain hugging tea plantations and across the islands highest plateau. Along the way riders will need to wade across rivers, ride through dense jungle, which is home to wild elephants, leopards and snakes, tackle 1000+m climbs and negotiate bone clattering rocky descents.

Next race: 9th – 14th June 2019

Logo for Rumble In The Jungle

Based entirely around the lakeside city of Pokhara, this is a 4 day mountain bike stage race.

Each stage will take riders on a different loop out into the Himalayan foothills on trails rarely ridden, all of which give outstanding views of the surrounding mountains and lakes.

Next race: 10th – 15th Februrary 2019

▼ CONTACT US▼

Contact a member of the team here

Office Address

Mountain Biking Worldwide Ltd
TudorHouse
10 Chetwynd Road
Newport
Shropshire
TF10 7JZ
UK

Tel: ‭+44 7949 874 856‬
Email: phil@mtb-worldwide.com

Tel: +44 7949 874 856 Email: phil@mtb-worldwide.com

Address: 10 Chetwynd Road, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 7JZ, UK

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