Bike trails that go through forests are both designed and built in harmony with nature as there is no need to cut down trees to make room for new SINGLETRACKS. Narrow, winding and featuring numerous obstacles and turns varying in terms of difficulty level fit perfectly well even the most diversified surrounding. It does not matter whether trails is covered by sand or gravel. SINGLETRACKS can both form a compact loop occupying a small area and a trail linking two or more towns. Regardless of the type, SINGLETRACK proves an easy venture as well as a cost effective investment putting little pressure on the surrounding environment.


– creating additional source of income for tourist sector,
– boosting bike tourism as well as increasing the number of customers for tourist infrastructure: boarding houses, hotels and nearby restaurants,
– promotion of the area and boosting its attractiveness,
– pushing tourism in more interesting and previously untouched areas


Tourist bike routes are perceived as symbols of the regions they are located in. Those routes are built with the intention of linking the most characteristic
and at the same time most key attractions of a particular area serving both recreational and educational function. Worth mentioning is the fact that the attractions if the area where tourist bike routes are located are as much important factors attracting tourist as tourist bike routes themselves. Furthermore, those routes
as equally attractive for amateur sport enthusiasts who ride just for fun, as for more advanced bikers who opt for cross-country and endure. In order to deliver the highest level of riding comfort, especially for amateurs, routes once build are smooth. However, if such a need occur, the surface is covered with crushed-stone aggregate. What more, it is possible to adjust the routes to the requirements of more advanced endure and cross-country riders by installing various obstacles like humps or wooden elements.


During the course of the last decades a new group of bike riders has distinguished itself, the number of which, similarly to their demands, is constantly growing. Those are mountain bikers. Almost immediately after they started to be active, the issue of meeting their demands became of great importance and it took many years to find a solution. The solution was FLOWTRAIL. Due to its smooth and rhythmic sections FLOWTRAILS meet even the highest expectations. What more, the offered obstacle sets (bumps, S-shaped turns, humps and various additional features) correspond to the needs of both pro and amateur bike riders who take their first steps allowing them to improve their riding technique. FLOWTRAIL can be both treated as a flat track, an entrance to a bike park and a fun area for advanced riders who want to put their skills to the test.