Both Action Cameras and The Good Mountain Biking Guide have come on board as sponsors to the Singletrack Safari experience.
Those who holiday with the firm, which specialises in trips to the Alps, Scotland and Spain, among other destinations, will be able to strap on an Action Camera and take away a fully edited momento of their experience free of charge.
Action Cameras sponsor Downhill star Steve Peat, who is often spotted with a Drift HD170 Stealth camera strapped to his helmet, or handlebar..
Furthermore, each person booked onto a Singletrack Safari holiday will take away a copy of the Good Mountain Biking Guide, which has a retail value of £19.99. Many of the photos featured within this titled were provided by Singletrack Safari, which documents its customer’s expericne in both photo and film.
Thyago Goes, Operations Director of Action Cameras UK said: “When we saw the enormous effort Singletrack Safari puts into the careful creation of its weekly videos for guests we knew we needed to get involved. The company shoots footage throughout the holiday and then spends an entire day editing it down, inserting scene transitions, creating titles and adding music to create a really slick video memento – which they upload to their YouTube channel. They are the only MTB holiday company we know of who are providing such an amazing service for their guests at any price – let alone totally for free."
Singletrack Safari told BikeBiz that bookings are already up for 2011.