Verbier Hosts World’s Largest E-bike Festival


Ideal for both novices and experts, head to Verbier this summer to enjoy adrenaline-powered action at the world’s biggest E-bike festival


Looking for your next adventure? Enthusiasts from all over the world are set to descend on the Swiss mountain resort of Verbier this summer to take part in the world’s biggest 100% E-bike event.

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Set in the beautiful mountains, the festival will offer all levels of riders the opportunity to trial the bikes individually – as well as quiz the professionals on the ins and outs of all things E-biking.

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A classic Swiss resort, Verbier has long been the choice of so many keen skiers and even royalty. In the summer months, Verbier has something to offer every kind of mountain biker; in fact, you can try out every discipline of mountain biking from sunrise to sunset.

From meandering cross country to fast adrenalin-pumping downhill to epic enduro and even dirt jumping, Verbier has it all.

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The adrenaline-fuelled festival is set to feature concerts, barbecues, professional rider get-togethers, food and refreshing drinks on the terraces and plenty more.

With so much on offer, it’s a perfect opportunity to try out an E-bike for the first time among the Alps’ most majestic mountains.

When: 15 to 18 August 2019
How: To find out more, please click here.

Plus: Rest your head with our three favourite stays…


1 W Hotel Verbier

After something lavish? Book a room at W Hotel Verbier, a gourmet hotel with six fantastic restaurants and bars. Blending contemporary design and traditional Swiss style, expect an elegant yet unstuffy stay.

The stylish 123 rooms and suites, each come with a fireplace, Signature W bed and private balconies to enjoy – perfect for an intimate escape after an exhilarating day in the mountains.

Rooms from £218. Find out more and make a booking here.

 

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