This year at the AVRIG MTB Triad you can choose from 4 competition routes. Regardless of the level of training you have, you will surely find a route that suits you.

We begin the presentation of the trails with the shortest and easiest of them, the YELLOW trail.

It is a suitable route for those with reduced experience in mountain biking and is addressed to the following categories:

  • Boys B (born 2011, 2012) – with or without a license
  • Boys A (born 2009, 2010) – with or without a license
  • Girls B (born 2011, 2012) – with or without a license
  • Girls A (born 2009, 2010) – with or without a license
  • Amateur Male 15 – 16 years (born 2007, 2008) – without license
  • Amateur Female 15 – 16 years (born 2007, 2008) – without a license
  • Amateur Male >17 years old – without license
  • Amateur Female >17 years old – without license
  • Family – child + parent

The length of the Yellow route is 18 kilometers and has a positive level difference of about 180 meters.

The participants who opt for this route will start on Sunday, April 14, at 11:30 in the center of Avrig, along with the competitors who will participate on the blue route. The first kilometer, until the exit from the city, will be covered in neutralized mode and the official start of the competition will be given immediately after crossing a bridge.

Shortly after the start (approx. 1.5 km), the competitors will also meet with the first climb. It is about 2 kilometers long and is the most demanding in the route. Next comes a veiled area, with a single trail drawn on the area we call “Savannah.” At kilometer 6, the yellow path is separated from the blue path. At this point, competitors on the yellow route will continue straight ahead, and those on the blue route will turn left. Close to kilometer 8 we have the most difficult descent in the route, an area that is properly signposted and must be approached carefully. The descent ends on the old test track of vehicles that were produced in the past at the Marsa plant. After a kilometer traveled on this paved road you will find the filling point, at the 9th kilometer of the route.

The second half of the route no longer presents major difficulties, either physically or technically. The only challenges are crossing the river at kilometer 12 and crossing the railway bridge 16.5. Crossing this bridge is recommended to do it next to the bike.

Areas that take place on public roads must be traveled carefully and in compliance with traffic rules. The route crosses 2 paved county roads, at kilometer 15.5 and 17.5. These crossings are secured by route referees together with road service agents, but competitors must insure themselves before crossing.

You can find the map, profile and gpx file of the route in the “Routes” section.

Good luck at training!