Courtesy of Red Bull Bike
There’s a reason the Italian Dolomites are an incredible place to ride mountain bikes, and this MTB POV video to Val di Fassa reveals why. The Tuttifrutti trail is part of the renowned Superenduro race, and is an extremely panoramic ridgeline trail that’s fast, natural and a lot of fun.
The Dolomites need little introduction. They’re a jewel in the Alps, famous for their towering rock spires that are so spectacular UNESCO added them to its list of world heritage sites. Nowhere is riding more dramatic and awe-inspiring, and within the region, two mountain groups stand out – the Marmolada (3,343m) and the 3,151m Sella massif. The gateway to these giants is to be found in Val di Fassa, a valley historically so cut-off it’s one of the few places where the Ladin dialect is still spoken.