Andorra is an interesting place, a small country nestled in the Pyrenees offering spectacular terrain, both for summer and winter sports.
Andorra's capital is the highest European capital, located at an altitude of 1,023 metres. It's this alpine terrain that lures us into its valleys and forests, full of wildlife and spectacular views. Oh, and did I mention that it's only 2 hours away from Barcelona?
Having a rough route with unknown trails is what we search for
The Petro Camp team spends many weekends riding and exploring the mountains of Andorra, searching for new trails and testing out gear and bike upgrades. Having a rough route with unknown trails is what we search for, sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't, one thing is for sure, our old dualsports and enduro machines can withstand whatever we throw at them.
In terms of bikes, you can find us riding Yamaha XTs, Honda Dominators and Honda XR600R & XL600LM and other newer bikes, some modified, others straight out of the factory. It's not just the vintage looks that we like from these bikes, but also the simplicity of their mechanics giving us the ability to fix'em up on the road.