RIDE IN SWITZERLAND WITH SEB KEMP

Dubbed by some as the ultimate downhill trip on the planet, Big Mountain Adventures’ Swiss Alpenrock DH trip is a 9-day romp in the Alp’s highest peaks. From Verbier’s fast lifts and big descents, to barely-known backcountry blowout drops to the Rhone Valley, to fast and flowy Crans Montana and Zermatt’s mind-boggling lift network and ridiculous views and trails, this small-group DH holiday delivers on many fronts. This year Big Mountain has teamed up with Whistler-based Chromag to offer all participants a Lynx DT saddle and Fubar OSX bars. That’s right, you’ll bomb the Alps on Chromag, the quiet leader in innovative bike components for mountain bikers worldwide.

At the helm of Alpenrock in 2011 is Whistler-based guide Stephen Matthews who will be joined by mountain bike thingamajig and rug wearing, camel hustling nomadic Seb Kemp. “Mountain biking is all about journey, adventure and exploration.” says Kemp. “Big Mountain has always been at the forefront of sharing the world with mountain bikers. To be given the opportunity to share these experiences with others is a privilege that I don't take lightly. What excites me is the golden moments on and off the trail: ripping down unfamiliar singletrack, stopping to take in the view and experiencing the details of other people's lives and culture.”

Join Matthews and Kemp on Alpenrock 2011: August 12-20 and August 20-28.

Land cost is $2695.00 USD. That's $3425 NZD

Joining in Geneva, Switzerland.

Founded in 2002, Big Mountain Bike Adventures offers world class all-mountain, XC and DH mountain bike holidays and camps to 11 countries on five continents. For additional information on Big Mountain Adventures, visit http://www.ridebig.com/

Chromag is a bike component company based in Whistler, B.C., Canada that makes products for the discerning rider who expects quality, performance, and reliability.  In an industry that is in a constant state of change, Chromag stays ahead of the curve by being small, moving quickly and spending a lot of time in the woods.  http://www.chromagbikes.com/