Ninos Kingdom Class by ÖKK

Tips and tricks from mountain bike pro Nino Schurter

We welcome the famous Swiss mountain biker, Olympic champion, world champion and overall World Cup winner Nino Schurter to the Bike Kingdom. At home in the Bike Kingdom himself, Nino Schurter knows the area around Lenzerheide, Arosa and Chur like the back of his hand. A true legend is back where he belongs.

As part of the Ninos Kingdom Class, Nino passes on his knowledge of mountain biking and thus supports the Legends of Tomorrow.
Welcome home Nino!
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Better safe than sorry

Here Nino Schurter gives valuable tips for the start of the season or for bike beginners.

Especially at the beginning of the biking season in spring, there are many things to consider before getting on your bike. This includes the correct equipment and a short bike check before the first ride.

Better safe than sorry
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Forever Young

Never before has there been such a wide range of bikes for children.

Kids bikes, new skill centres, pump tracks and easy trails ensure that kids feel comfortable on a bike from an early age.

The varied offers in the Bike Kingdom ensure fun on the bike.

Forever Young
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Oldie but Goldie

If you think the Bike Kingdom Park is only for young people, you are very much mistaken. Nino Schurter gives his father (69) tips on how to ride in the bike park.

Oldie but Goldie
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Fun is fast

Don't lose the flow

In this Kingdom Class, Nino Schurter explains which little tricks you can use on single trails to not lose the flow, but also to protect the trails at the same time.

Fun is fast
Nino Schurter im Bike Kingdom Lenzerheide | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Follow the river

No more fear of wet roots.

Mountain biking in the rain and wet can be a slippery slope. Nino reveals tips for safe biking in rainy weather. 

Follow the river