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Vulcan Bike

Costa Teguise, Spain
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Seamus S wrote a review Nov 2019
Manchester, England, United Kingdom12 contributions5 helpful votes
Would thoroughly recommend these guys. I hired a electric mountain bike for 5 days and it was amazing. The bile was great quality, the gays gave me a good price, the bile was great quality, and made my holiday. The owner also gave me his personal mobile number, and said if there was any problems at any time he would come and rescue me free of charge. Ill defiantly be going back!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Neil C wrote a review Jul 2019
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Came to costa teguise for a holiday and wanted a one day bike tour. This company was amazing with their customer care and service even changing pedals to suit my shoes. Bike was more than I could ask for not one that was ridden and damaged by others. Felt very safe with these guys even on the technical sections. One bit of advice regarding the terrain up in the volcanoes is very technical so please be an experienced rider with confidence. Although at the start the guide asked me what terrain was I happy with and I'm sure they could have made it less technical than I asked for. Silly me for saying I ride anything.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Karen B wrote a review Nov 2018
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My husband and I did a self-guided 6-day mountain biking trip organized by Vulcan in late Oct/early Nov. We did the "slow" version (least technical); roughly 250 km over 6 days. We've done a lot of bike trips; this one was our favorite ever. The landscape is stunning; the variety is unexpected; the different kinds of trails were so much fun; the people we met were warm and friendly -- but we also spent hours seeing nobody (which we love): no bikes, no cars, no people, nothing but a big sky, sun, gorgeous scenery, peace. And then on top of it, Maxi was so incredibly kind and helpful and funny and available. We can't recommend this trip highly enough!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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An_DeSchryver wrote a review Jul 2011
Ninove, Belgium8 contributions12 helpful votes
We rented a MTB (fully) in Costa Teguise for 3 days. We first took the track to Arrieta which is technically easy. However, enjoying the landscape, the wind and unpaved roads make you drive slowly. Then we took a bus to Yaiza, started from there to El Golfo and followed the coast. Once in Playa Blance, we returned by road (Femes) because it was getting late and we were warned the track between Papagayo and Playa Quemada was very technical. The third day we took a bus to Famara, and followed the track to Yaiza. Before arriving in La Santa the track is rocky and better for experienced bikers. Riding between lava-fields is amazing. Some remarks: - the track is indicated with small arrows, however some fell off and some just disappeared. Since you are in a remote area, a map or GPS or both are very useful. - the sun can burn through your shirt -take enough water and food, in most areas you are all alone - on these 3 days, we did 210km -don't overestimate yourself: although distances don't seem far your average speed is fairly low -bus drivers are not very keen on transporting your bike. Don't really ask, if you have to wait, already put the bike in the luggage compartment. They seem to dislike the fact they have to wait for a few minutes but it is allowed. Also don't expect to get any help from them, we had a local giving us a hand!
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Date of experience: June 2011
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