1.       Ride only on open trails!

All trails run through private land therefore it is necessary to observe wishes and requirements of the owners.
Never walk or bike through meadows and fields!
Signed trails are for bikers only!
Do not ride outside signed trails!
Riding in both directions allowed only on specially signed sections!
Lands are primary intended for agricultural and forestry production therefore they are a priority!
Respect trail and road closures!
2.       Leave no trace!

Stay on trails and don't crete new ones. Don't cut switchbacks!
Adjust your riding to surfice and don't create »chanells« with unneccessary wheel blocking when pulling the brakes.
Don't park vehicles on meadows!
You brought it out to the nature… you bring it home.
Wet trails are more vulnerable as dry ones therefore some trails may be closed at bad weather due to erossion.
3.       Control your bike!

      Respect recommendations and ride within your limits.
 Trails are used at your own risk and you are responsible for the damage caused to you or third             person!
4.       Respect others!

Some signed trails are multifunctional; always yield pedestrians.
Yield to pedestrians/hikers and make sure that every encountering will be safe and friendly.
Try to anticipate other trail users as you ride around corners.
Bicyclists traveling downhill should yield to ones headed uphill, unless the trail is clearly signed for one-way or downhill-only traffic
On sections where trails cross or run through forest or local road bikers should respect traffic regulations.
Farm yards should be crossed with minimal speed!
5.       Never scare animals!

       Unannounced encountering, sudden movements or loud noise can upset the animals who can cause damage to themselves, you or someone else – you are a foreigner inside their inhabitant. Adjust your way of riding and give animals an time and space to peacefully withdraw.
Running cattle and disturbing wildlife are serious offenses.
Close fences after you.
Don't scream or make noise in the forest.
It is not allowed to ride on trails before or after the sunset!
6.       Strive to be self-sufficient!

Know your abilities and equipment for a certain tour you plan.
Always wear a helmet and other safety gear and carry first aid.
7.       Contribute to maintenance and development of local trails!

Trails are built and maintained with volunteer work. They are meant for your pleasure. Help us building and maintaining them with your work or by other contributions.
If these rules are not obeyed the use of our trails can be forbidden!

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