Get off the beaten track and experience the great Aussie bush with a guided e-bike tour in the Blue Mountains National Park. Ride along scenic trails, discover native flora and fauna, and visit some spectacular lookouts along the way. Snacks and drinks are included throughout the tour.
Experience the Blue Mountain's sheer sandstone cliffs, deep valley gorges, rivers, local flora and if you are lucky, maybe even a lyre bird or kangaroo… or both!
Your half day electric bike tour starts from the gorgeous village of Glenbrook, the gateway to the Blue Mountains - just a 45 minute train ride from Sydney's Central Station. Here you are met by a fully qualified guide and driven down into the Blue Mountains National Park. At the famous Euroka campground, you'll be fitted to a bike and helmet before being taken through the equipment, trails and adventure ahead. After some basic skills practice you'll set off along Mount Portal's single tracks, stopping at many breathtaking lookouts along the way. Your guide will share insightful knowledge on the area and give you ample opportunity for photos, drink and snack breaks. At the end of the adventure, you are returned back to Glenbrook where you can enjoy a yummy lunch or make your way on to your next destination via your car or train.
Rides must know how to basically ride a bike Minimum age is 12 years old Minimum height is 147cm or 4ft 9 inches Maximum body weight is 105kg (bike manufacturers weight limit)
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Minimum number of three riders for the day to go ahead. Riders do not need to be all one group, but can be three separate individuals booking. Maximum number of riders is six per tour.
Can sit and enjoy the beautiful Euroka Campground.
Weather will be looked at by the owner the day before the event. Tour will go ahead in normal rain and wind conditions. Dangerous weather will see the cancellation of the tour for that day for your safety. In the case, you will be contacted and rescheduled for a later date.
Clothing appropriate for the weather, sunglasses and closed shoes with grip for walking on loose rocky and sandy surfaces. No baggy long pants that may get caught in bike chain.
The experience takes place in the Glenbrook Precinct, Blue Mountains National Park.