emtb Archives - Icebike Adventures

How to travel to Trailcenter from Reykjavik: A car rental is an easy way to go and nice if you want to hang out in the area post ride, or even add an afternoon drive to the black sand beach, farmlands, nice villages on the coast for a meal. It is super simple to find us and easy...

Icebike Trail Center, bike rental, Santa Cruz dealership and starting point of all of our daytours is located in Reykjadalur,Hveragerði, about 40 minutes drive southeast of Reykjavík Trailcenter on Google Maps 64.022585, -21.212203 It is easy to find, follow the ring road to “Hveragerði” village. Drive the main road through the village until the end...

Our smallest e-MTB can accommodate riders who are 4’10” – 5’5″ (147-165cm). Our largest bike can accommodate those who are 6’0″ – 6’5” (185-197cm). Riders need to be in the weight range of 40kg-110kg ( 88-240 pounds )

If you are renting a bike selfguided you will need to be able to take care of all basic repairs such as flat tire or broken chain. Repair kits can be rented at the Trailcenter and also welcome to bring your own tools. On multiday rentals the guides take care of mechanical work and maintenance.

When bringing own bike for multiday trips in Iceland be sure to bring any spare parts that are bike brand specific. Finding compatible parts in Iceland can be challenging. We recommend packing at least inner tubes, brake pads, correctly-sized spokes. Icebike will have a spare tire for 27,5 & 29″.n

While specific training isn’t mandatory, we recommend that participants have a good level of fitness. Our multiday trips are designed for riders with good technical skills. No drops or jumps but riders need to be happy on steep technical trails, sometimes loose soil, off camber. Fine to hike for challenging pars. Some trips require hike...

Iceland trails and roads can be demanding, expect to ride a little shorter distance than your average ride at home. Geotrails = 15km, Steamer = 25km, Gravel multiday = 50-120km per day based on groups, MTB/eMTB per day= 20-40km per day. Distance will be based on final road selection,climbs and terrain.

We prioritize quality, using fresh ingredients from local suppliers. In Iceland, seafood, especially fish, is prevalent, and locals favor Lamb and Beef as their main meats. The local produce comprises greens, tomatoes, root vegetables, and berries. While most fruits are imported, we strive to offer a diverse and satisfying culinary experience.

Please inform us during the booking process of any food requirements or allergies, and we’ll make every effort to accommodate them. We offer food suitable for Vegan, Vegetarian, and Celiac preferences. While some very specific dietary requirements may pose challenges in the highlands, you can find more information on our highland facilities page.

Icelanders value good food. You’ll find multiple restaurants in Reykjavík, in the countryside expect restaurants to have fish,meat and vegetarian dishes. Pizza and fastfood is abundant but often prices similarly as more high end food.


What is the food like on the trips