Look for signs painted on tress, stones, walls, or plates. You will find the following elements in a black frame against a white background: the silhouette of a cyclist, route numbers, arrows showing directions, warning signs - exclamation marks (up to three) that indicate the necessity to be particularly careful. Stand-alone, wide-format maps of bicycle routes, placed at interchanges, facilitating orientation and getting around the area, constitute one element of route marking.
The majority of bicycle routes in the Bicycle Land lead through forest paths (mainly metalled roads) and stony, mountain paths, which is why you need a mountain bike in good working order to cover them. Your safety depends on the technical condition of your equipment! We recommend helmets, glasses, and gloves; pads are useful, especially on routes with the highest level of difficulty.