Coming from Navarra, on the south side of the Pyrenees I have always linked my personal and professional life with mountains and outdoor activities.
My parents went on a Sanglas on their honeymoon on 1975, and since then our family’s life has been linked to motorbikes. I got my first bike at the age of 8. The first two, were made of pieces – kind of Frankensteins, then a Bultaco Enduro 80 and the dual sport XT350 and NX650.
After leaving my hometown 20 years ago, I’ve lived in the French Alps, Argentinian Patagonia and Andorra – always looking for mountains, snow and nature.
I discovered the TET a year ago via the web and felt it could be a fantastic way to give back to the motorbike community some of what I’ve enjoyed the past 42 years.
The trail has been put up by country based volunteers. The accuracy of the trail is not guaranteed, nor are the GPS co-ordinates. We do not represent or warrant that materials in the site or the services are accurate, complete, reliable, current or error-free. We cannot represent or warrant that the site or its servers are free of viruses or other harmful components. If you stray onto private land, apologise and get back onto the byway or trail. These trails can be shut or permanently closed at short notice under local law. Do not ride trails beyond your capability. If unsure, get off your bike and walk the trail first. Trail riding alone, especially on trails you do not know is really unwise. Wear the proper safety kit. Many country trails are rarely maintained. You will find ruts, holes, floods, treacherous surfaces and the occasional booby trap hazard deliberately placed by people who do not like motorcycles using trails. When you use the trails, you are on your own. You exercise your judgement in your own skills and your own navigation. All we can do is show you where some of the trails are, but this can change at a moment’s notice.
Practical tips for trails you do not know;