Mountain bike adventures for all

Mountain biking is great for the head, heart and lungs!

Join us on one of our mountain bike adventures around Victoria.

Jeremy got his first mountain bike in 1990 and has been hooked ever since. After years of riding and racing throughout Australia, he wants to bring that joy to those that are curious and those that already love share the passion. Our range of fun adventures, designed to explore a variety of terrains and riding styles are based around the rides we love to do. We enjoy being flexible, creating new itineraries and working with our clients to get the right experience. If our itineraries do not suit you, please let us know how we can help.

Our 1 day tour is the only full day multi-location ride available a short distance from Melbourne. All tours are fully supported and guided with the option of bringing your own bike or hiring a hardtail, full suspension or e-bike.

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1-Day Wombat and Central Victoria MTB Tour

Our 1 day tour departs Melbourne and heads for the hills around the Macedon Ranges. This is a wonderful introduction ride or one suited to the whole family. The wombat mountain bike trails just outside of Woodend are a labyrinth of hand made trails suitable for beginners but a great challenge as the speed goes up. This day takes in 2 mountain bike locations and includes lunch at Holgate’s Brewhouse in Woodend between them. The afternoon sees us head further North to Harcourt or Castlemaine depending on the abilities of the riders. After another fun couple of hours and with a big smile on the face we head back to Melbourne.

Small group tour (4-8 riders) – departs Saturday, Sunday only. Price $300pp
Private tours (2-8 riders) – departs any day. Price $450pp

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2-Day Central Victoria MTB tour

While the 1-day tour takes in 2 locations the 2-day tour takes in 4 distinctly different locations and spends a night in the rural city of Bendigo. The Macedon and Mt Alexander shires are blessed with established trails through many different landscapes. We love the variation and are keen to show it to you.
There is around 4 hours of riding each day of this 2 day tour but it is all very flexible. The specific trails we ride are chosen based on the ability of the group. There are always multiple options at all locations so all levels of fitness and skill are catered for. It is all about having fun, working your legs and being active!

Small group tour (4-8 riders) – Saturday departure only. Price $600pp
Private tours (2-8 people) – departs any day. Price $900

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3-Day Bright and Falls Gravity Ride

While the above tours are more cross country biased, there is a tour for those that like a gravity inspired ride. We have a 3-day adventure into the high country staying in Bright and exploring the professionally built bike trails of Mystic Mountain and Falls Creek. While this tour has been set up to cater for those wanting shuttles there is also an abundance of cross country, family orientated trails available as well. This regions is a mecca for bike riders of all types and just being around Bright makes you feel pumped.

Available any day on request (2-8 people). Price $1200pp

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Shuttle day at Mt Tarrengower, Maldon.

Just 1 1/2 hours up the Calder freeway from Melbourne lies Maldon, an old gold mining town and home to some fun and intense downhill trails coming off Mt Tarrengower.
Book a private shuttle day and enjoy endless downhill trails. The shuttles will go for 7 hours from 9am until 4pm and have a BBQ lunch from 12 until 1pm. Roost the afternoon away until 4 or whenever you want to call it a day. Epic day all at your own pace!
A great thing about these shuttles is the smooth bitumen road to the top of the hill and the rowdy, arm pumping ride to the bottom. There are 4 different trails that offer great variety and are a really fun length. The features allow for good progression throughout the day and the wait times at the bottom are short.
Its a great way to avoid the more crowded locations, spend all your energy going downhill and hang out with a great crew of riders.

Available any day on request. (6-30 people). Price $90pp

Other Adventures….
School Excursions
Corporate Days
Race/Event Consultation and organisation

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Corynnia is a classic Australian farm where wool growing, fat lamb production and various grain crops are produced by Bruce and Julie Armstrong who are as passionate about the environment as they are about sustainable farming. The property maintains a 1000 acre black box forest where many birds and animals can be observe

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