The coexistance of riding and other traditional activities requires all users to behave respecfully. It is necessary to be an example of both nature and cycling enthusiasts. That’s why B-GUARA is offering you some tips to make respectful coexistence to become a reality improving the end user experience.
- Many of our routes are located in a fragile natural environment (Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park) where many protected species can be found. For that reason, respect to environment must be guaranteed by following some basic rules: Try not to disturb when riding, avoid shouting and help us to protect the environment by not leaving any waste in the area. Please, respect signalling and limits, keep fences closed and don’t pick any flower.
- Pedestrian path regulation concludes that the right of way and priority of the different users is the following: 1st hikers, 2nd jockeys, 3rd riders.
- You will then not have the right of way. That’s why you must stop and yield. If other user decides to give you priority you must express your thanks and continue.
- It is necessary to remember that herds of animals have priority over the rest of the path users. Iit is mandatory to stop and yield the right of way to them in order to facilitate their moves and not to scare the animals. Please, remember also to keep the fences as you’ve found them.