If worse comes to worse and you loose your drive chain, chainless is not a problem but just in case pack an extra chain, rear derailleur hanger, rear derailleur, spare gear cable and bring some dry chain lube.
There are several bikes shops just minutes away from the villa so spares such as tubes, tyres and mechs are not necessary to bring. If you run tubless then we highly recommend the HuckNorris system as while a tube punctures, often a tubeless tyre will simply puncture instead and in our experience HN will prevent this.
However, bike specific parts such as derailleur hangers are required.
We have a large fully stocked workshop for repairing your bike.
If all else fails, we do have a selection of Enduro/ DH bikes to hire.
Below is a collection of bits you might want to consider bringing.
A bike of minimum 5" of travel front and rear is required.
Flat pedals or SPD type are fine. If you are just getting your head around SPDs do not bring them as they will distract you from concentrating on the trail while you try to clip in.
BIG disc brakes, obvious but you´d be surprised how may people come under-braked!
A bike with a minimum of 5" of travel front and rear is required.
An extra set of organic pads.
Dual ply/ tubeless tyres - the rocks here will tear even the thickest rubber apart. A few inner tubes would be a good idea also but there is a bike shop 2 mins riding distance if you are pressed for weight.
Hydration pack, fullface helmet, minimum knee/ shin armour, sun glasses, gloves, suncream, small first aid kit, pump, multi-tools etc. These you can leave in the shuttle vehicle so no need to ride with them. Each van also has a large tool box and track pump.