Gravity Card Bike Park Pass Announces Pre Sales for 2022 Ticket

Dec 6, 2021 at 6:13
by rasoulution  
Photo Credit Mia Knoll

Press Release: Gravity Card


The Gravity Card bike parks and regions are looking back on a very successful 2021 season. Like in previous years, the Gravity Card managed to improve on what was already a very successful 2020 season, confirming that the concept of a ‘European bikepark season ticket’ is more than welcome among the mountain bike community. A successful summer in the books and the addition of another bikepark to the club is reason for celebration but not for rest. The Gravity Card team is already working on expanding its offer for the 2022 season and is happy to announce that two more regions have joined, offering even more variety and trails to mountain bikers in Europe.

Ranging from the bike parks in Willingen and Winterberg (both Germany) in the north, to those in Krvavec and Kranjska Gora (both Slovenia) in the south, the Bike Kingdom Lenzerheide (Switzerland) in the west and Semmering (Austria) and Maribor (Slovenia) in the east, the group of Gravity Card bike parks has now grown to 22 bike parks in six countries featuring a total of more than 175 trails. Further members include one of Europe’s oldest bike parks, the Epic Bikepark Leogang, the family region of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis and the Enduro Eldorado of Reschenpass on the border of Switzerland, Italy and Austria as well as many more classic mountain bike destinations throughout the Alps and beyond. New for 2021 and seamlessly integrating into the Gravity Card was Kitzski Bike Trails in Austria with its four bike park trails and natural single trails.

Credit Michael Marte

Following the trend of the previous years, the Gravity Card didn’t just expand its number of bike parks, regions and trails but also increased the number of riders.

bigquotesWe are very happy with the 2021 season – especially considering how challenging the external factors and travel restrictions have been for tourism regions across Europe and the world. The ever-growing number of Gravity Card users reaffirms us in our opinion that mountain biking is a healthy, growing and fun sport that has also grown to become a major factor for tourism. More importantly, it also proves that the concept of a single season ticket uniting a large number of Europe’s best bike destinations is welcomed by the mountain bike community. Adding Bikepark Lienz in East Tyrol and Bikepark Paganella in Italy’s Trentino region means that we have two more great additions waiting to be explored by Gravity Card users in 2022.Gravity Card spokesperson - Kornel Grundner

The addition of Bikepark Lienz and Dolomiti Paganella Bike to the Gravity Card adds even more variety and trails to the already stacked line-up of Gravity Card bike parks. Bikepark Lienz has flown somewhat under the radar in recent years but has grown to become a true hidden gem thanks to 11.6 kilometers of shaped trails featuring tons of flow and plenty of airtime on trails like the “Peter-Sagan-Trail”, “Alban-Lakata-Trail”, “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Family-Flow-Trail”. Paganella on the other hand needs little introduction. Connecting three different bike areas around the picturesque Lake Molveno with a trail network spanning over 400 kilometers in the heart of the Dolomites, Dolomiti Paganella Bike is a dream-come-true destination for mountain bikers.

Photo Credit Hannes Berger

There’s further good news for all those who are already missing the sound of knobby tires on dirt and can’t wait for the 2022 bike park season to begin – the Gravity Card is on pre-sale as of right now. Perfect timing to treat yourself or your bike-crazed loved one(s) to a Christmas present that leads to memories and good times that money can’t buy.

The Gravity Card is valid from 9 April 2022, until 7 November 2022. Prices for 2022 break down as follows:

Adults: 545 €
Youth: 409 €
Children: 273 €

Pre-Sale tickets can be found here: https://www.gravity-card.com/#vorverkauf

Credit Mia Knoll

A list of all Gravity Card members can be found in the following:

The Epic Bikepark Leogang

Saalbach Hinterglemm

Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Schladming-Dachstein

Bike Kingdom Lenzerheide

Bikepark Brandnertal

Bike Republic Sölden

3 Länder Enduro Trails Reschenpass

Bad Kleinkirchheimer Flow Country Trail

Bikepark Innsbruck

Bikepark Winterberg

MTB-Zone Geisskopf

Bikepark Spicak

Bikepark Wurbauerkogl

Bikepark Semmering

Bike Park Kranjska Gora

Bike Park Krvavec

MTB-Zone Bikepark Willingen

MTB-Zone Bikepark Petzen

Bikepark Pohorje

Bike Areal Kitzski

New for 2022: Bikepark Lienz

New for 2022: Dolomiti Paganella Bike


More information on Gravity Card can be found on www.gravity-card.com, facebook.com/gravitycard and www.instagram.com/gravity_card.

Photo credits: Mia Knoll, Michael Martel, Hannes Berger


4 Comments

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 Always wondered about the gravity card, quite expensive as a summer only card. I buy the tirol regio card, same price, can use it winter to ski as well, and also works in Solden and Reschen and Blindsee in summer, plus all the smaller ski resorts with natural trails. Maybe i am wrong but the gravity card seems an expensive card for bikeparks which are 100s kms apart. Guess its good if you have a lot of time off in summer...
  • 1 0
 for the region card y need to live in Tirol (or have an living address at least). But yes, in generally the card is very pricey. And once you bought it, your are sicked to the bike parks, to make it price worthy.
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 @enforce: good point about having to live in Tirol, forgot that. If the gravity card was a hundred euros cheaper or so and you could choose say half the parks from the list it might be of more interest. Feel like there are a few parks that are just to far away to warrant a visit.
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 @enforce: I am really considering this card as I am from CZ and we have only a few good bikeparks. So most of my time I am in MTB Zone Geisskopf, Schladming, Leogang and Saalbach. I do only bikeparks. But still I don't know if it's worth it. 545 Euro is quite a lot for these parks. On the other end I want to spend vacation in some bikepark and sometimes go there just over the weekend. Tough decision





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