Barossa Bike – Hire Tour Shop

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Barossa Bike has the largest fleet of quality, professionally maintained bikes for your cycling pleasure, including a large number of E-bikes to really take your holiday fun to another level . they are an excellent option if you are wanting to cycle further and out into the hillier sections of the Barossa, or just if you want to arrive fresh and relaxed at your chosen destinations

Join us on our very popular guided wine cycle tour

Barista, Brewer, Wine Cycle Tour

When: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (10am to 4pm)
Tour Numbers: 2-10
Location: Nuriootpa, South Australia
Terrain: Flat
Duration: 6 hours (approximately)
Difficulty Level: Easy

Inclusions: Freshly roasted coffee, wine tastings at three cellar doors, bottled water, seasonal lunch, gourmet cake, a beverage at a craft beer taphouse, good company

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From $215 to $265

20 km guided cycle tour through the fertile terrain of the picturesque, northern end of the Barossa Valley.

Your tour begins with a short ride to a local artisan coffee roaster. Here, a shot of freshly ground beans will sharpen your senses and heighten your enthusiasm before riding to discover the historic village of Light Pass.

Your first wine tasting for the day is at a charming, highly acclaimed family owned vineyard and cellar door, known as one of the brightest stars of the “New Barossa”.

Further north, sit back and relax and enjoy a delicious, seasonal lunch and gourmet cake hand made by our local Barossan artisans, at an original settlers’ cottage, home to a rustic, mud rendered cellar door with tastings of flavoursome, handcrafted wines.

Then, ride through sections of privately owned vineyard and bike trails along the gentle curves of the majestic gum lined North Para River, arriving at the historic single vineyard of an exceptional seventh generation Barossa winegrower.

The day doesn’t end there.

From here, enjoy a ride to an all Australian craft beer taphouse, where you can choose to end your tour with a cold cleansing ale, reflecting on the hidden treasures you’ve discovered.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$245

Socialise with family and friends on our 15 km guided food and wine cycle tour, where you’ll connect with rich and diverse culinary traditions.

Pedal to your first food and wine pairing experience, on the banks of the North Para river in a beautiful 100 year old homestead, nestled amongst the family vineyard, where your taste buds will be greeted by amazing gourmet food bites and carefully selected estate wines.

Meander along the Barossa Rail Trail to discover the beautiful gardens of Angaston and participate in a regional food and cool climate wine pairing experience inside the grounds of what was the Station Master’s residence, a historic property built in 1847.

Whistle back down the hill, along the Barossa Rail Trail, freewheeling through the rail cutting, overlooking our famous vineyards.

Next, a change of ambience on the Barossa Valley floor, enjoying hand-crafted wines full of fruit and texture, with grapes sourced from unique family-owned vineyards throughout the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills, bringing you a deliciously diverse combination of flavours.

Just a short ride back to end your relaxed day of cycling and enjoying some of the very best the Barossa has to offer.

Seriously good food, wine and fun!

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

From $95 to $175

Sparkle in the eyes of the one you love when you embark on the three hour (approx 4-7 pm) Sunset & Sparkles Experience and share the striking sunset colours against the backdrop of the beautiful Barossa Ranges with your special someone.

Book online, arrive at our store, place your bottle of sparkling wine and wine glasses (all inclusive and glasses are yours to keep as a momento) into the bike basket and pedal away for a romantic ride into the stunning Barossa sunset.

Great anniversary or birthday gift !!

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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