With some of the best offroad riding on the endless unrestricted and varied trails, Aragon is the Spanish offroad playground of choice. It's where Spanish riders go in the summer, when it's way too hot and dusty down south of Spain.
Aragon is the fourth largest autonomous community in Spain, with 10% of the land, but with only 2% of the population. Stretching from the highest Pyrenean Mountains in the north, with permanent glaciers and excellent ski resorts, down into the lush valleys with immaculate vineyards and fruit farms, then further into the desert-like plains of central Aragon.
Based near the historic and picturesque town of Valderrobres, the historical capital of Matarraña, the district known as "The Tuscany of Spain", we ride all of the Matarraña area, through the well-tended vineyards and olive groves still farmed by the old Spanish farmers, and where the traditional way of life is gradually changing forever.
In Aragon, they just love motorsport. Well, actually in the whole of Spain, they love motorsport, but Aragon is Spanish motorsport's rightful home. Within an hour of our base is Motorland, the international racetrack hosting MotoGP and WSBK races. Further afield, on one of our long routes, we ride on trails used for the Baja España, or Baja Aragon as it's also called - the biggest offroad event in Spain.
Ride offroad with TrailbikeTours, and you'll appreciate why Spain produces so many top-class riders and drivers - offroad motorbike heaven indeed!!
Els Ports Natural Park
A rugged, dramatic inland Natural Park, covering the most mountainous regions of Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia regions.
A sparsely-populated mountainous area on the eastern side of the Sistema Ibérico, rich in history, scenery and dirt trails!!
With it's traditional towns and villages, it's vineyards and terraced olive groves, Matarraña is often compared with Tuscany.
It's a couple of hours riding offroad on the KTMs to Motorland race track. What better way to see the motoGP?
Guided offroad motorbike tours in the inland mountainous regions of the "Real Spain"