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Upload date:October 31, 2012


A male mountainbiker is deep behind the saddle and fully focused on the very steep and rocky descend from the Madritsch Ridge (3.123 mt, 10.246 ft) towards Zufall Hütte (ital. Refugio Nino Corsi) at 2.265 mt (7.431 ft). This section is very difficult due to the altitude, the steepness and the slippery trail. Nevertheless to cross this ridge is one of the most exciting challenges for every mountainbiker who is riding in the Alps. In the background on the right you can find the Cima Venezia I (3.386 mt, 11.109 ft), Cima Venezia II (3.371 mt, 11.060 ft) and Cima Venezia III (3.356 mt, 11.010 ft).
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