Three, two, one, get pumping! La Plagne has two coated pump tracks, one in Plagne Bellecôte, the other in the valley in Aime. What’s a pump track? A continuous circuit that you can keep riding round without pedalling; How does that work? By pumping, of course! Use your arms and legs to keep your speed up without pedalling and use the bumps, dips and bends to accelerate. What can be used on it? Anything that rolls: a mountain bike, BMX, scooter, skateboard, roller skates, pedal-free bike, etc… Our advice : Choose the course adapted to your level. On each of the pump tracks, you can choose between an easy circuit or a more technical one. Before you start, do a few exercises to warm up: try to stand up on your bike to test your balance and practise braking and slaloming to get used to your mount. Once you are on the track, respect the riding direction and make sure you are wearing a helmet and gloves. It goes without saying that this is not an activity for motor vehicles!
Our advice : choose the right track for your level. On each of the pump tracks, you can choose an easy circuit or a more technical one. Before you start, do a few warming-up exercises: try to stand up on your pedals to practise keeping your balance, then practise braking and slaloming to get used to your bike. Once you are on the track, make sure you go in the right direction and wear a helmet and gloves. It goes without saying that no motor vehicles can be used on the track!