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Mountainbike rentals and safety tips

Enjoy the landscape of the Brandnertal and stay safe!

Mountainbike rentals

Mühledorfle 73 | 6708 Brand
T +43 664 1327575
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Wallride Mountain & Bike Store
Tschengla 3 | 6707 Bürserberg
T +43 5522 4400014
zur Webseite vom Bikepark Brandnertal

Radsport Bachmann
Aulandweg 1 | 6706 Bürs
T +43 5552 33533
zur Webseite von Radsport Bachmann

Wallride Bike Rental by Walliserhof in Brand
Gufer 43 / 6708 Brand
T +43 5559 241
zur Webseite von Wallride Bike Rental

Transportation with the cable cars

  • Dorf- and Panorama cable car, Brand 
  • Einhornbahn II, Bürserberg
  • Muttersberg cable car, Bludenz
en.Sportive vacation in the Brandnertal;

Sportive vacation in the Brandnertal

Savety tips

Mountain bike routes lead into terrain where particular demands on the personal responsibility of the mountain biker are placed. So rocks and trees may make the track impassable for a while or the track goes through steep terrain past dangerous spots where there is the risk of falling. Through the management of the forests and Alps oncoming traffic, parked vehicles or road blocks can be expected at any time. When mountain biking it is important that certain rules of behaviour are observed to avoid conflict with other user groups and to ensure one's own safety.

These includes in particular:

  • Responsible cycling with controlled speed able to stop within half your range of vision, particulary on bends, as obstacles can be expected at any time (e.g. rocks, branches, damaged road surfaces, temporarily stored wood, grazing stock, stock gates, barriers, vehicles, forestry machines, road blocks etc.) 
  • Walkers and pedestrians have priority. Considerate overtaking is carried out at walking pace. 
  • The agricultural and forestry management has priority on the permitted tracks. Stock gates are to be closed again, temporary road blocks are to be observed. 
  • Do not leave the permitted signposted tracks. In this way wildlife and game habitats will be preserved.
  • Good tour planning takes into account the difficulty of the route and one's own ability. This also includes helmet, protective equipment and a mountain bike in technically perfect condition.