Bicycles may change, but cycling is timeless ~ Zapata Espinoza
We remember our first bicycle rides. Venturing beyond the end of the block, further than our little legs could walk us. The excitement of riding with friends, barefoot with the rhythmic hum of tyres silencing the world around us. Off in search of adventure. Freedom!
Whilst we may be a bit older now, some things never change. With the world on our doorstep, we occasionally like to escape a little farther from reality. Join us. The world is better by bike!
Far North MTB Experience - 31 March - 5 June 2015 & 2-7 August 2015
A five-day off-road extravaganza on world-class trails!
Smithfield World Cup Course - Enjoy a roll through the rainforest and experience the trails the pro's and locals ride.
Little Transfield - Stretch your legs through scenic singletrack, before cooling your heels in Davies Creek.
Atherton Forest MTB Park - Sample what the rest of Australia is raving about - the sweetest singletrack in the Southern Hemisphere! After your sweaty ride, plunge into a refreshing volcanic crater lake guaranteed to take your breath away!
Cost: from $1,095pp BOOK NOW
* Includes 5 nights accommodation and trail transfers.
Looking for a little more excitement off-the-bike? Kayak and hiking tours also available with Tableland Adventure Guides.
Blue Monkey MTB Retreat : 8 - 16 May 2015
The month of May is a blooming good time to visit Japan, with cherry blossoms decorating the landscape.
Grab your bike and join us for a 9-day cultural experience; including 2 nights in Tokyo and 5 days cycling in the majestic Gunma Mountains.
Marvel at mountain-top vistas, glaciers, hidden lakes and waterfalls, quiet scenic trails, ski-fields (void of snow ... hopefully), ancient temples and shrines, all atop your bicycle. Complete with English Tour Guide and Mechanic.
Spend your evenings in a quiet and relaxing lodge. Soak in an onsen (hot spring). Delight in authentic Japanese cuisine.
Cost: from $1,990pp twin-share (contact us for more info)
*** SOLD OUT ***
MTB Rotorua: 18 - 22 January 2016
New Zealand is bursting with activities for the outdoor enthusiast. For mountain bikers, there are few locations around the world that receive as much praise than Rotorua's Whakarewarewa Forest (The Redwoods) - a 55,000ha playground set amongst towering natives and exotic trees.
Join us for five unforgettable days of singletrack shennanigans. Save your energy and take advantage of the daily bike shuttles available.
Cost: TBA (contact us for more info)
Off-road Jungle Safari : 15 - 19 June 2015
Floating in a region containing the highest biodiversity of marine species in the world, Bali is a tropical paradise! Well-known for it's shopping, surfing and laid-back atmospehere, Bali also offers a myriad of cycling escapades.
Traverse wooded areas, amongst remarkable bamboo forests, down thrilling (bygone) lava flows, beyond terraced rice fields, picturesque farm lands and quiet villages.
Embark on an exhilarating 5-day journey, steeped in culture and fuelled by gourmet food.
Cost: PRIVATE TOUR
Discover Burma by Bike : October 2015 (TBA)
Burma is a truly remarkable destination. Off the radar for many years, it is now creeping back into the spotlight; slowly widening its doors to global visitors.
Outside of it's bustling cities, Burma's fertile countryside is rich in history and culture. Cycling on tracks between communities, villages and townships, we immerse ourselves in the daily lives of its people.
From the royal capital of Mandalay to the temples of Bagan, the Monastery of Kalaw to Lake Inle. Discover for yourself what lays hidden beneath the surface.
Cycle Across Cambodia : 16 - 27 November 2015
We start this tour with a few fabulous days off-the-bike in Angkor Wat and Siem Reap - marvelling at temples, sampling the vibrant nightlife and visiting artisan workshops. Next it is off to Phnom Penh to explore Cambodia's tragic past.
Finally it's time to clip-in for an 8-day scenic journey across the countryside and up the coast; passing through rice fields, remote villages and fishing communities along the way.
With a mandatory stop at Kep to savour their delicious peppered crab (famous throughout Cambodia), we continue across to Sihanoukville for a snorkel in its cleansing ocean.
Our final leg takes us up to the Cardamom Mountains and the Thai border, home to elephants, tigers, bears and a myriad of exotic creatures.