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GOOD WAYS – the digital Mountain Bike Congress 2022

For all those who want to make a difference.

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Biking needs GOOD WAYS
– today and in the future.

The seventh German MTB Congress shows ways of turning ideas into bike offers.

Everything in one digital space

– created just for you. Ready when you are.

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With presentations ranging from proposal development, to implementation, to trail-management.

Best Practices from Australia to Zurich.

Practical Bike knowledge at your fingertips.

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The live event on 24th +25th of May 2022

With interactive sessions and many
opportunities to make new contacts.
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All Summer:
10+ hrs. bike knowledge.

All contents from the MTB Congresses 2021 and 2022. Incl. 2.5 hours of basic knowledge for successful MTB Tourism.

With insights and inspiration from the best.

Glen Jacobs

About the distant trails in the Blue Tier Mountains

Glen Jacobs takes us on a journey to Tasmania

Gunnar Fehlau

On the outstanding appeal of gravel

Definition and potential of gravel biking

Chris Ball

About the spirit of Enduro

Insights into the EWS

Hans Rey

The MTB-legend's talk on the beginning of our sport

The history of MTB

Marc Schlüssel

On the magic of the Bike Kingdom and it's digital estates

Gary Vernon

About the Oz-Trails in Arkansas

How a trail network can facilitate an entire region

Olve Norderhaug

About Trysil, the most family-friendly MTB arena in Europe

Martin Vincenz

About Graubünden´s MTB-strategy

Home of Trails

Stephan Grapentin

About the Mountain Bike Monitor

the most comprehensive study on the mountain bike guest, his needs and wishes, in 2021 for the first time across Europe.

Graeme McLean

About Scotland´s MTB-strategy

Kevin Vermaak

The founder of the Cape Epic about the toughest MTB race in the world

Jasper Jauch

Invites you to a conversation about the scene

With interactive sessions and many opportunities to make new contacts.

GOOD WAYS – the digital Mountain Bike Congress 2022

Knowledge for trailblazers

Live Program

Become a trailblazer

24th+25th May 2022 · Online

Under the motto "GOOD WAYS", the seventh German Mountain Bike Congress focuses on the planning, creation and operation of bike infrastructure. In Germany, as well as in many other European countries, access to high-quality trails, varied bike parks, pumptracks close to home and eventful bike tours is the bottleneck in the development of biking.

The congress provides insight on the processes that lead from an idea, through project sketches, preliminary planning, participation procedures, expert opinions, permits and implementation to the opening of new bike offers.

With varied presentation formats, entertaining conversations, professional opinions as well as an inspiring look at international benchmark projects, we have curated two exciting days full of practical mountain bike knowledge.

Tuesday, 24th May

At the start of the congress, we will examine the definition of quality bike infrastructure with our guests. In doing so, we will address the following questions, among others:

  • What makes a good trail?
  • How are long-term, sustainable bike offers created?
  • Which models ensure quality and further development?

In the afternoon, we will create space for concrete questions, professional exchange on working tools and in-depth sessions on approval procedures and stakeholder management.

Wednesday, 25th May

On the second day of the congress, we will take an in-depth look at the project phases that lead from the idea to the trail offer. We will highlight approaches and methodologies in visitor management and look at the importance of trail maintenance. We will share best practices on not only the successful operation of bike facilities, but also on initiatives that promote diversity in biking. The following questions will be on our minds:

  • Which services contribute to the further development of bike facilities?
  • How can we manage trails and visitors in a targeted manner?
  • Which trail maintenance models ensure lasting quality of experience?

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