the former XC World Cup pro associates eMountain biking with fun and breathtaking experiences
Certainly, most would refer to this, but it is also a very important point. I don't have to choose my training buddy based on fitness, but can cycle with anyone I please. During the Women's Camps and Sunset Rides, the participants are delighted at how we harmonise as a group. They're often used to fairly stressful tours and are really thrilled that rides of this kind can also be a lot more relaxed.
This point has always really fascinated me: a huge grin very soon lights up the faces of our tour participants, particularly when riding uphill. They experience what we call Uphill Flow. This makes the mountain much more accessible, perfectly in tune with their specific skills and movement. This delight keeps them going even after the tour and is really infectious.
For me, mountain biking is one of the most beautiful sports in the world and I want to share this experience with others. The eMountain bike makes it possible for large numbers of people who may not previously have had the confidence, to try out this sport. They can simply have fun, seek out challenges in technically difficult uphill routes or create a training or rehab routine. An eMoutain bike is not only a great leveler, it can also be tailored to personal needs.
Of course, at the end of the day, it's all about fun. The women that I guide have often come to mountain biking through their friends and have already had some frustrating experiences because they've been unable to keep up the pace. On the eMountain bike tours, they just have fun, no more and no less. I consider this really valuable.
I grew up in the South Tyrolean mountains and I love nature. On an eMountain bike, I can enjoy a great nature experience instantly. Moreover, deciding whether to ride one more uphill trail or else take a path through the woods. is made easy for me. This means that I'm simply out and about in nature more frequently.
“At the end of the day, it's all about fun.”Greta Weithaler
shouts somebody gleefully as we stand on the peak at sunrise. That somebody is Greta Weithaler. Greta is in her early 20s, born and bred in the South Tyrol, or more precisely: in Naturns in the Vinschgau region. Until 2014, Greta travelled the world as an XC World Cup pro. The racing circuit defined her youth, her friendships and gifted her many positive experiences. In 2014 She therefore hung up her racing kit in order to dedicate herself to more leisurely experiences. By chance, she came across eBikes and was delighted. She recognised this technology's potential to motivate people who had previously found it difficult to gain access to physical activities in nature. And she's spreading the bug to more and more people: as a guide at Women's Camps, at trade fairs and events, as well as on private tours.
“An eMoutain bike is not only a great leveler, it can also be tailored to personal needs.”Greta Weithaler
“We're so lucky to be here “Greta Weithaler