Mountain Biking

Guided Mountain Bike Day Trips - Ronda

MTB Routes from Ronda, Andalucia

All mountain bike day trips are with a fully qualified British Cycling guide. We are very flexible in our scheduling and don’t run set trips on set days  - we book rides on a first come, first served basis which allows maximum flexibility for you to fit in a biking day trip within your holiday plans.

We have extensive knowledge of the area and our listed day trips offer something to suit all levels of ability, confidence and fitness. These range from easy rides on disused railway lines, to intermediate rides on country tracks and mountain trails, up to epic cross country mountain bike rides, exploring extensive singletrack routes, enjoying long mountain climbs and exhilarating descents.

If you are staying in or near Ronda, mountain biking is a great way to get outside the town and explore the wider region. If you are staying on the coast (Marbella, Puerto Banus, San Pedro), Ronda is just a 50 minute drive from the Costa del Sol, so it's easy to join us for a day mountain biking in the Andalucian mountains.

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Check out our most popular guided mountain bike daytrips below. Click on the title of the trip you are interested in for a description of the route. Click here for more information on difficulty grades.

Via Verde de la Sierra:  Olvera to Puerto SerranoRonda to Cueva del Gato: (the Cat Cave)a circular route into the surrounding countryside of the Serrania de Ronda

Setenil Half Day: Ronda to Setenil de las BodegasA Circular Mountain Bike ride in the Grazalema Natural ParkPuerta Verde de Marbella: Sierra de las Nieves mountains to the Mediterranean Sea

Africa Mirador rid from Jimera, big climbs great descents finish back in |jimeraRonda to Setenil de las Bodegas and back along the Ruta los Bandoleros to ArriateBanks of the Rio Guadiaro: Ronda to Jimera via Cueva del Gato and riverside paths

Ronda to El Chorro gorge: Serrania de Ronda to El Chorro gorge, via Serrato and ArdalesExtend the Grazalema Natural Park ride with some natural single track and technical descents into the Guadiaro valleyTechnical descent, single track and a long climb make this an unmissable ride for experienced mountain bikers

What to Bring?

  • We supply bikes, helmets and water bottles. 
  • Footwear - Trainers or firm soled shoes. No open toed sandals or flip flops. 
  • Clothing - Loose, comfortable clothing or sportswear. Thin layers are better than 1 thick top as they are easier to remove during the ride if you get warm. Padded cycling shorts and cycling gloves will help to make your ride more comfortable but are not necessary. A thin windproof jacket is advisable on rides which go higher into the mountains or include long downhil sections (see individual ride details).
  • Rucksacks - Optional, to carry spare clothes, suncream etc. No bags allowed hanging from the handle bars.
  • Snacks - Refreshment stops usually scheduled for the end of your ride and also midway for longer rides. Bring your own if you will need something else en route.
  • Other - sunglasses, suncream!

 

Interested in our Road Cycling Day Tours or Walking Day Tours ?

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