“Algarve Trail Riding is the culmination of a lifelong love affair with everything that has two wheels and an engine – that endless enthusiasm is the kind you simply can’t buy, and it’s what makes us a cut above the rest.”
Over the last 3 years the company has grown and what was inititally 3 bikes is now 6 bikes and a large garage that is getting to be a tight squeeze of bikes, spare and gear.
Our whole ethos is about riding enduro in small groups where we get the time to showcase the amazing and varied riding conditions of this area that will deliver the most fantastic enduro experience.
Our bikes are the perfect package of being light and manoeuvrable and have a great ability at climbing seriously hard hills. This reputation has earned these bikes the nickname of “The Goat”. Our bikes perfectly lend themselves to experinced riders as well as novices of enduro riding. These bikes are not to be underestimated and have been used throughout the world for eXtreme enduro riding.
Our prices include guide or instructor, personal accident insurance, gear, water, fuel and a video of the day to remember your enduro experience with Algarve Trailriding Tours.
The Southernmost region of Portugal, the Algarve is a popular tourist destination due to its reliable sunny climate, pristine beaches and friendly culture. Its population usually triples during summer months as tourists from around the globe head to the Algarve to experience its beauty and tourist-friendly activities. Historians are able to trace life and activity in the Algarve back to around 1200 BC, and as you travel around the Algarve you are sure to see evidence of the location’s rich history. From the ancient walls in Lagos, one of the Algarve’s most popular cities, to the Roman temple of Milreu, located in the Faro District of the Algarve, the Algarve offers countless opportunities to learn about and celebrate its history.
While the Algarve has much to offer as a whole, the Western Algarve, in particular, has a natural charm due to its unspoilt beauty and vibrant local culture. The Western Algarve is home to impressive coastlines and craggy paths which link neighbouring villages. Local gastronomy is inspired by the coastline as you will find fresh fish served in many restaurants, along with other locally sourced seafood. While the Eastern Algarve has traditional charm, the West of the region combines a focus on nature with a bustling day and nightlife, ensuring visitors to the area experience the best of both worlds.