Tasmanian Mountain Bike Adventures is one of the State’s leading mountain bike tour operators. They are based out of Hobart and have been operating since 2017.
They are committed to providing quality mountain bike experiences in Hobart, and the world-class riding destinations around the State.
Some of these destinations include, Derby, Maydena, St Helens, and Queenstown. As well as mountain bike tours, they also offer mountain bike hire, shuttles and airport transfers.
Their tours range from half day beginner-friendly rides on Hobart’s Mt. Wellington, to 11-day tours, travelling around the state, showing guests the very best of the State’s trails.
Their range of package tours are complemented with the option to ‘design your own’ tour. They have two modern minibuses. so have capacity for taking care of quite large groups. Their staff are keen mountain bikers, passionate about their local trails and eager to share their local knowledge with guests.
Since their first season in 2017, the business has built a strong reputation for delivering quality experiences and providing exceptional customer service.
This beginner-friendly mountain bike tour is great fun, and a great way to experience the magnificence of Hobart’s Mt. Wellington. Starting at the South Hobart office, guests are firstly fitted to their hire bike and helmet. Next, they hop on a shuttle bus and are taken on a delightful drive to the summit of Mt. Wellington.
After a brief stop-off at the summit to take in the incredible views, guests can either choose a thrilling ride down the summit road, or hop back on the bus. After descending the summit road, guests regroup and are driven to the start of the Pipeline Track, and jump on their bike again.
This easy-to-ride, off-road, nature trail meanders gently down through the delightful eucalyptus forests of the lower foothills of Mt. Wellington. The tour lasts approx 3.5-4 hours, and finishes back at the office of Tasmanian Mountain Bike Adventures. Guests will need to be able to ride a bike, just basic bike handling skills are required. Only a low level of fitness is required, as the ride is pretty much downhill all the way. This tour has vehicle support and a trail guide.
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