Mountain Biking with an Extra Energy Boost: E-Bike Tours in Tirol


Comfortable and fun, yet still sporty. E-bikes make it easy to reach many of Tirol’s highest points, as electronic power gives natural stamina levels an extra boost. State-of-the-art electric bikes are readily available to hire for a small fee all over the region.

Now you have an extra bit of power to fall back on! As you pedal an e-bike, efficient electric motors enhance your own pedalling power as needed. Electric bikes are enjoying increasing popularity. If you are already an e-bike fan or would like to try out cycling with a difference, you’ve come to the right place in Tirol. The land at the Heart of the Alps is a trailblazing destination for electric bike holidays. Many Tirolean regions offer electric bikes for hire and, with them, an easy way to reach the most wonderful destinations actively and comfortably. Whether in Imst, Tirol’s western region, in East Tirol or at the sunny plateau at Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis: with over 20 top bike regions in Tirol, you are guaranteed to find an electric bike rental partner close at hand. Thanks to a well developed infrastructural system, you will have no problem reaching your destination on your electric bike holiday! What’s more, you never need to worry about your e-bike running out of power: at many of the most popular day trip destinations you can simply exchange the battery for a fully charged one.

Explore the nature of Tirol on an e-bike

Discover an entirely new dimension in mobility with ebikes in the Kitzbühel Alps and the Kaisergebirge mountain range. Here you will find the E-BikeWelt Kitzbüheler Alpen - Kaisergebirge, the world-wide largest e-bike region. The route network for the electric bikes stretches along over 1,000 kilometres and interconnects nine holiday regions. A total of 89 electric bike hire stations and 77 battery exchange stations guarantee perfect service. Wonderful tours can also be enjoyed in other regions in Tirol.


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