1 or 2 day Mountain Bike Tour

Mountain biking is great for the head, heart and lungs!
Join us on one of two mountain bike adventures a short distance from Melbourne. Our 1 day tour is the only full day multi location ride available.
The 1 day tour takes in 2 mountain bike locations and has lunch at Holgate’s Brewhouse in Woodend while the 2 day tour takes in 4 locations and spends a night in the rural city of Bendigo.
There is around 4 hours of riding each day but it is all very flexible. We are is blessed with a great network of mountain bike trails within a short distance of Melbourne.
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!

We hope to see you next to us on trail some time soon.

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Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

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Bendigo

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Swan Hill

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Lake Mungo

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Broken Hill

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Mutawintji National P

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White Cliffs

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Corynnia Station

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Corynnia Station

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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Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

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