Vallarta Sport, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Mexico

Mountain biking
strengthMuscle strength and power that takes place in Mountain biking, that is, helps you develop both brute force compared with other physical activities or sports. fuerza
EnduranceCardiovascular endurance constantly providing Mountain biking practice, that is, how much help you cope ejercitándote long compared to other sports or physical activities. resistencia
FlexibilityElastic capacity is achieved by practicing Mountain biking,bought with other sports or physical activities, in other words, how you manage to bend or stretch without doing harm you flexibilidad
SpeedThe speed of moving the body or a part thereof from one place to another that is developed by practicing Mountain biking compared to other sports or physical activities velocidad
AgilityAbility to move the body as desired quickly and accurately obtained by practicing Mountain biking, constantly compared to other physical activities or sports. agilidad
ReflexesAutomatic responsiveness to stimuli is achieved spontaneous Mountain biking, practice compared to other sport or physical activity. reflejos
CoordinationHow much is developed to synchronize or harmonize body movements based on other people, rhythms or sequences while playing Mountain biking en comparación con las otras actividades físicas o deportes coordinación
AccuracyHow much will dominate specific body movements to achieve the same result to practice Mountain biking, compared to other sports or physical activities. precisión
BalanceBoth are able to control the body's muscles to prevent the imbalance by making Mountain biking unlike other sports or physical activities. equilibrio
ConcentrationThe ability to focus mind and senses intention to achieve a specific goal that is acquired by practicing Mountain biking, compared to other sports or physical activities. cuerpo-mente
ToningStylization of the body and muscle derarrollo pruduct of optimal levels of body fat that comes from Mountain biking, compared to other sports. tonificación
Calorie BurningThat many calories are burned while practicing Mountain biking, when compared to other sports or physical activities. quema calórica

  • Mountain bike
  • Safety helmet
  • Sneakers
  • Gloves
  • Jersey
  • Preferably licras
  • Goggles (optional)

Mountain biking

Courage and excitement at every cycling

In this activity a person riding a bicycle can travel long distances in difficult and dangerous terrain at unimaginable speeds. The practice provides great physical and mental benefits, since it requires exercise to strengthen the body, concentration and mind control to respond appropriately in critical situations, plus it can be good for the stress, because it is live entirely new and different experiences.

The Mountain Biking quickly spread and popularized. Many companies involved in adventure sports and knowledgeable people began to organize tours or mountain bike excursions. These activities were very successful and a large number of enthusiasts took part in these adventures. In the early 70's fashion began to use the bike on dirt roads. Began to surface several groups of cyclists who practiced this new modality including so-called "The Canyon Gang", represented by John York, Tom Slifka, Robert and Kim Kraft, who were dedicated to pursue careers in the "Tamalpais" mountains in the state of California, but the bikes that were used was cross bikes (with very thin rim) which was very commonly found in Europe at that time. It was then that Joe Breeze, Charlie Kelly, Gary Fisher and Tom Ritchey came up with wide tires putting on to their old Schwinn Excelsior bike brand weighing about 18 kg and thus received more control and were the fastest of the mountain.

  • o Remember the most important thing is to have self-confidence and on the bike, know how it behaves and operates the suspension.
  • By starting this activity, you must first overcome obstacles such as small rocks, roots, ditches, etc., and then gradually increase the speed while maintaining control of the bicycle.
  • Remember that if you go to a very slow speed, the rocks and roots would not let you progress, while causing you some falls and despair at not overcome a rocky area, which is why you must keep the bike at a good speed in which the driver feels safe.
  • Most of the time is used the rear brake, because if you stop in a very long downhill slope with the opposite brake, surely you’ll be flying off forward.
  • Taking sharp turns may cause the bike to slide on the terrain and move uncontrollably, but if you use your waist correctly to keep your balance, you will be able to keep on track without difficulty.
  • When the rider feels out of control, it should be released the rear brake a little so the tire will not be able to get stuck in the rocks.
  • For very steep descents or climbing stairs roots or high rocks, change the center of gravity by throwing the body all the way back.
  • Avoid getting too tense, this will let you free from falls, fatigue and cramps, it is preferable to release the body to absorb better the impacts.
  • Always keep your eyes ahead to know where to turn or move.
  • If you are unsure to be able to go through some part of the road is better get off the bike, in this way you avoid getting hurt or break a bone.
  • Remember, the best way to do a good descent is practice and practice until you achieve the necessary security required by the downs.

  • Four Cross (4X)
    • Race in which four cyclists compete simultaneously on a downhill circuit with obstacles and spectacular jumps. The first to reach the finish line wins.
  • Down Hill
    • Competition is in roads totally down with jumps and natural and artificial obstacles. The bicycles are heavier than the currents due to the requirements of the road. In this mode it competes with clocked times, wins who made ​​the descent in the shortest time possible.
  • Cross Country (XC)
    • Most widespread mode, usually performed in natural circuits with narrow roads, steep climbs and fast descents, minimal 6km long and up to 2 hours 30 min travel times. XC bikes are made of aluminum, titanium or carbon, as light as possible. The Cross Country is part of Olympic sports since 1996.


The Pan American Games Torch Relay.
The Pan American Games Torch Relay.
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Mita Adventures
Surf lessons & ecotourism
Tel: 295 50 64
Puerto Vallarta Tours
Tours, activities and excursions
Tel: 222 4935
Outdoor Vallarta
Adventure Sports
Tel: 322 172 7544 / 293 1142
Surf N Roll
Surfing an SUP Lessons, rental equipment, mountain bike tours
Tel: 333 814 15 24
Punta de Mita Expeditions
A real pacific experience where our fun, family friendly adventures.
Tel: 329 291 6649
Escuela de Bicicletas "El Güero Baikas"
Bike's School
Tel: 299 2779 / 322 148 8012
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José González
Spinning Instructor & Mountain Biking
Tel: 322 889 0442
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Amigos de Puerto Vallarta
Cycling club
Tel: 322 137 7043 / 299 4486
Aequilibrium Bikes +
We love the bike, balance in motion and outdoors life
Tel: 225 8078
Cycling club, custom clinics. MTB, group rides
Tel: 22 12845
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Bicipartes Don Fher
Bicycle Sales and Repair
Tel: 297 6152
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Bike shop
Tel: 225 8078
Japodrillos bike shop
Sale, rental and bike shop.
Tel: 22 12845
Bici Mundo Cross
Bicycle Workshop
Tel: 299 4078
Tiendas Lans
Accesorios / Ropa / Calzado Deportivos
Sports Accesories
Tel: 226 9100
Bicipartes Albatros
Accessories and Mountain, road, BMX bikes.
Tel: 293 51 55
Renta de Bicis (Salazar)
Bike Rentals
Tel: 222 5243 / 224 8334
Xisco Bikes
Workshops and specialized maintenance, selling bikes and accessories.
Tel: 224 5410 / 322 135 5673
Velo Bike
Bicycles, clothing and accessories.
Tel: 322 209 0716 / Cel. 322 290 11 33
Bicita Vallarta
Bicycle rental and tours
Tel: 044 322 135 5695 / Nextel 185 27 24
Bike Pressto
Bicycle repair and home maintenance.
Tel: Cel. 322 779 8416
Golozo's bikes
Bike rental and sales
Tel: 322 104 9062
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Bicycle Workshop
Tel: 222 7868
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