Self Guided Otago Central Rail Trail Tour – 3 Days

Date: July 7th, 2022, Posted by admin

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Upgrade to a Merida Electric bike for an extra $50 per day ( Please specify if needs to be a step through version)

What it will cost:

There are three grades of accommodation, generally all accommodation includes a continental breakfast. The exact price will depend on the accommodation that is available and suitable for your group.

Standard Accommodation (mainly share bathrooms)

  •  from $500.00pp add a night in Clyde from $65pp B&B

Superior Accommodation (ensuite/own bathroom)

  •  from $670.00pp add a night in Clyde from $100pp B&B

Boutique/Lodge Accommodation

  • Price on application, please talk to us about your requirements. Upgrade for one night for a special treat or occasion!

Accommodation is based on twin share and single supplements will apply for single travelers requesting their own room.

The trail finishes in Middlemarch .You have the choice of continuing on to Dunedin by shuttle or returning to Queenstown via Clyde by shuttle bus. You just need to let us know your preference and we will  add it on to your tour.

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Fletch

Date: July 7th, 2022, Posted by admin

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Lisa

Date: July 7th, 2022, Posted by admin

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Duncan

Date: July 7th, 2022, Posted by admin

Duncan and his family relocated from Dunedin in mid 2012. Duncan is a well respected member of the Outdoor Retail Industry. He was the manager of R and R Sport in Dunedin for 11 years. He has a passion for retail and enjoys the time he spends with customers, whether it be discussing what type of tube to buy or whether that $8000 Specialized Levo is really what you want. 

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Otago Central Rail Trail “One Day” Wonder Tour

Date: July 6th, 2022, Posted by admin

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Additional Tour Info:

Cycling Distances:
Auripo to Chatto Creek: 29.5km, 34.5km if you do the side trip to Ophir
Auripo to Clyde: 48.5km, 63.5km if you do the side trip to Ophir and ride the River Trail

Tour Costs
With a pickup at Chatto Creek;  NZ$140
NZ$100 per child under 12 

Riding back to Clyde: NZ$100 per adult
NZ $70 per child 12 and under

Upgrade to the latest Merida Electric Bike for an extra $55 per person.

Departures from Queenstown at 8am and returned at approximately 6pm,minimum 3pax

Extra cost per person NZ$120.00

Bookings are highly recommended. Contact us to book!

Posted in: All Tours, Featured, One Day Wonders Tours, Otago Central Rail Trail Tours, Rail Trail, Self Guided Cycle Tours

Otago Central Rail Trail: Boutique / Luxury Tour

Date: July 6th, 2022, Posted by admin

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Options

  • Upgrade to the latest Merida Electric bike for an extra $50 per day ( Step through or Unisex)

Oliver’s of Central Otago

The historic Oliver’s Lodge complex has opened a new chapter in its fascinating history, undergoing an authentic restoration, reflecting its significant place in the chronicles of the Central Otago region.The original stone complex, located in Clyde’s historic precinct, was built by Benjamin Naylor in 1869 as a general store, servicing the prospectors who sought their fortunes during the Otago gold rush. Today, in recognition of its outstanding heritage value, Oliver’s is protected by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust with a priority category one classification.

Pitches Store – 

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Hidden from the world in the small historic town of Ophir in Central Otago, Pitches Store provides all the charm and special comforts you desire. With 6 rooms and an award winning restaurant on-site, it’s easy to enjoy passing the time with some great food, wine and good company or simply unwind in the thoughtfully designed rooms.  Every detail of this Central Otago accommodation reflects contemporary luxury, tastefully combined with hints of its unique 130 year history.

Old Doctors Residence –

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The Award Winning Old Doctor’s Residence located in the historic precinct of Naseby, Central Otago, has been sensitively restored into a gracious luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.

Charlotte and David warmly welcome you to The Old Doctors Residence in Naseby. While we would love to live permanently at the Old Doctors Residence, our current situation means for the time being we are unable to do so. But we would love to share our beautiful historic home with you, so we have continued to provide this luxury bed and breakfast accommodation for your enjoyment. Your hosts,either  Angela or Lou, are very knowledgeable of the local history and area and will be able to ensure your stay is a relaxing and comfortable one. They do not stay at the property so the house will be yours to enjoy at your leisure.

Kokonga Lodge – 

Feel the difference when you arrive at Kokonga Lodge. Situated in a peaceful rural setting across the road from the Taieri River and with direct access to the world famous, Otago Central Rail Trail.

This slice of paradise is set amidst 5 hectares of established gardens and offers a high value and true New Zealand experience. As well as the Lodge, the property is also home to the original Kokonga School, built in 1897. Its building remains on its original site. The Lodge is built on the site of the old school teachers residence.

TOUR DETAILS

DATES – DAILY DEPARTURES

Early booking is recommended as  getting the accommodation in a nightly sequence can be a challenge due to the limited amount of rooms

DEPARTURE POINT:  COLLECTION FROM YOUR ACCOMMODATION OR THE AIRPORT IN QUEENSTOWN 
DURATION:  5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTS
FINISH: DUNEDIN / QUEENSTOWN
COST: FROM NZ $1400.00 PER PERSON
Accommodation is based on 2 people sharing. A single supplement will apply for single travellers

Contact us with your group details by email info@bikeitnow.co.nz or phone 0800 245366 NZ Freephone, 1800 446 356 Australian Freephone or +64 (3) 4492228

ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED TOURS & ACTIVITIES

CLASSIC WINE TOUR (3 HOURS) min 2 people,

Explore the wines and vineyards of the Alexandra basin in Central Otago. We offer wine tours exclusively in Alexandra giving you an affordable way to experience all our exceptional wineries. By heading to where the grapes are grown, by the people that know it the best, you can taste and buy wine that isn’t widely available. 

This is only for those staying in Clyde on their first night. John your tour leader will immerse you in our Alexandra Basin Wine History and introduce to local producers and wine makers
You will visit 3 local Vineyards

HERITAGE RIVER CRUISE 3.5 HRS

Clutha river cruises pontoon

Cruise through the stunning Roxburgh Gorge and spot the 1860s gold miners huts tucked away in the spectacular schist rock formations. View the unique Central Otago scenery, whilst your guide explains the history of the area before visiting the well preserved mining town of Doctors Point and enjoy refreshments on the river bank.

CURLING AT NASEBY 1.5 HRS

Curling is affectionately known as “The Roaring Game” is akin to the game of bowls but played on ice.The art of curling requires no significant strength, and is easy to master. Every curler first sits down in the warm viewing lounge to watch a brief DVD about curling and the safety aspects involved. After that, you head down to the ice rink for some instruction by the experts and then the fun really begins!

ST BATHANS AND CAMBRIAN TOUR

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Your guide will immerse you in history of the Irish & Welsh gold miners who flocked to this region in its gold fever heyday of the 1800s, You can still enjoy a beer at St Bathan’s haunted Vulcan Hotel (Est 1869). Cambrian is home to New Zealand artist Grahame Sydney who has captured many of Central Otago’s iconic landscapes in his painting and photography.

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Otago Central Rail Trail

Date: May 12th, 2020, Posted by admin

New Zealand’s Original Great Ride.  Follow the route of the former Otago Central branch railway line for 152km from Clyde to Middlemarch through heartland Central Otago.  With no steep hills, most people complete their ride over 4- 5 days.

New Zealands’s first Rail Trail and Original Great Ride opened in 2000, the 152km long trail follows the former route of the Otago Central Railway. The former railway line was ideal for New Zealand’s first off-road cycle-way.

In 1993 the Department of Conservation (DOC) bought the corridor for a recreational reserve. The Otago Central Rail Trail Trust was formed in 1994 to partner the Department, helping raise funds to initially open the Trail. This included the removal of ballast, decking the bridges, improving the culverts and adding handrails. The Rail Trail officially opened fully in 2000 and the teamwork between the Trust and DOC has continued. DOC undertakes the maintenance, while the Trust upgrades the Trail facilities, such as toilets, information boards and shelters, as well as the funding of trail resurfacing. The success of this innovative project inspired the government in 2010 to set up the New Zealand Cycle Trails, and support the development of similar trails around the country.

Suggested Multi-Day Itineraries:

We recommend you arrive in Clyde (Population 1000) the morning or afternoon before your ride.  Relax, unwind and explore this delightful historic town. The small but eclectic retail precinct has Art Galleries, Home-wares stores, specialist food-stores and an artisan ice cream shop.  The range of restaurants is second to none with at least 5 choices of places to eat; from casual fine dining to an outstanding local takeaway. Visit the Clyde Museum and Herb Factory, enjoy one of the short walks or visit local artists.  We fit your bikes on arrival so they are ready for you the next morning.   Alternatively add an extra day’s hire  to explore the local vineyards on your bike.  Stay the night, so you are rearing to go the next morning after breakfast.

5 days  (cycle 2.5 – 3 hours a day)

Day 1: Cycle Clyde to Omakau or cycle to and stay off-trail at Ophir
Day 2: Cycle to Oturehua
Day 3: Cycle to Ranfurly, Waipata or stay off trail at Naseby
Day 4: Cycle  to Hyde
Day 5: Cycle to Middlemarch

Click here to see our 5 day self-guided tour package

4 days  (cycle 4 – 4.5 hours a day)

Day 1: Cycle Clyde to Omakau, Ophir or Lauder
Day 2: Cycle to Wedderburn, Ranfurly or stay off trail at Naseby
Day 3: Cycle to Kokonga or Hyde
Day 4: Cycle to Middlemarch

Click here to see our 4 day self-guided tour package

3 days  (cycle 4.5 – 5 hours a day)

Day 1: Cycle Clyde to Lauder
Day 2: Cycle to Waipiata
Day 3: Cycle to Middlemarch

Click here to see our 3 day self-guided tour package

2 days  (cycle 4.5 – 5 hours a day)

Day 1: Cycle Wedderburn to Lauder
Day 2: Cycle Lauder to Clyde

Click here to see our 2 day self-guided tour package

5 days Fully Supported Tour option 

Day 1: Queenstown to Alexandra
Day 2: Alexandra to Omakau
Day 3: Omakau to Oturehua
Day 4: Oturehua to Kokonga
Day 5: Kokonga to Middlemarch

Click here to see our Fully Supported Tour option

Short on time?

Check out our One Day Wonder Tours or our Wedderburn to Clyde Ride

click here for downloadable map

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Roxburgh Gorge Trail

Date: May 12th, 2020, Posted by admin


The Roxburgh Gorge Trail.  

The trail follows the Clutha Mata-au River through the Roxburgh Gorge to the Roxburgh Dam. The trail is in three parts, first 10km is from Alexandra to Doctors Point, you then get on a boat and travel 12kms down the lake to Shingle Creek where you disembark. You will then ride 12 kms to the Roxburgh Dam. On crossing the dam you join the Clutha Gold Trail at Commissioners Flat The Roxburgh Gorge has bluffs rising almost 350 metres on both sides of the river and has been described as New Zealand’s ‘Grand Canyon’ and there are numerous relics of Chinese miner huts and two mining settlements.

Bike It Now! has been operating on this trail since its opening.  Our recommendation is be that cyclists start their ride at Clyde and follow the Clutha River via the 150th Anniversary Trail to Alexandra.  At Alexandra you will join the Roxburgh Gorge Trail and then continue on the Clutha Gold Trail through to Lawrence for a 3-4 day ride.

Click here to see our 3 day tour on the Roxburgh Gorge Clutha Gold Trail

Click here to see our One Day Wonder River to Gorge

Click here to see our One day Wonder River to Gorge to Dam

Click here to download Roxburgh Gorge map

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Clutha Gold Trail

Date: May 12th, 2020, Posted by admin

The Clutha Gold Trail.

The trail offers 73km of cycling from the Lake Roxburgh Dam to the historic gold mining town of Lawrence. Cyclists follow the route of the Clutha River through the fruit growing Teviot Valley – famous for it’s summer and autumn fruits to Millers Flat before joining the existing Millenium track through the stunning Beaumont Gorge. At Beaumont you will say goodbye to the river as you head inland to Lawrence, a town rich in character and history.

The trail is well graded and suitable for everybody. There are a number of off-trail excursions available. From Millers Flat whilst riding the trail, you can access Horseshoe Bend Bridge via a short walk and the Lonely Graves. The highlight of the section from Beaumont is Big Hill Tunnel. You then ride into Lawrence and are immersed in the Gold mining history of the area – do not miss the museum at the back of the Information Centre.

 

Self guided 3 day 2 night

Day 1 Roxburgh Gorge Trail

Cycle; Clyde to Alexandra via the 150th Anniversary Walkway, then Cycle the Roxburgh Gorge Trail  to Roxburgh Dam or Roxburgh town

Day 2 Clutha Gold Trail

Cycle; Roxburgh Dam or Roxburgh Town to Millers Flat or Beaumont

Day 3 Clutha Gold Trail

Cycle;  Millers Flat or Beaumont to Lawrence

Click here for a more detailed Itinerary

Click here for a downloadable map

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29/27.5″ Trail

Date: April 10th, 2017, Posted by admin

Scott Aspect 730 Bike

Our multi day hire bikes are Scott or Avanti 27.5 or 29ers; they all have Hydraulic disc brakes and are 27 speed. These bikes are perfect for these trails with the bigger tyres allowing for a smoother roll on the gravel surface. See them fully kitted out below on the trail.

They all come with:

  • helmet
  • gender specific saddles
  • dual density gel seat cover
  • cycle computer
  • ergo grips
  • 2 x Vaude side mounted panniers (have either shower covers or are seam sealed these hold a maximum of 3kgs each)
  • Bike It Now! complimentary drink bottle on all pre-booked hires
  • Repair Kit
  •  a riser stem to further enhance the ride.

Scott Aspect 730, Galloway, Otago Central Rail Trail

Day Hire Bikes

Our day hire bikes are Avanti 27.5 with hydraulic disc brakes and are 27 speed.

See them loaded up below – ready to go into the Roxburgh Gorge

They come with:

  • Helmet
  • Dual density gel seat cover
  • ergo grips
  • top mounted Vaude pannier with shower cover (perfect for a jacket, wallet and snacks)
  • cycle computer
  • bottle holder
  • repair kit

Bike It Now! Bikes, Roxburgh Gorge Trail, Jetboat shuttle

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Step-thru comfort

Date: April 9th, 2017, Posted by admin

It is important for us to have a step through bike available for those people who would like a step through frame with a more upright riding style.

The Avanti Discovery 3 is; 27 speed with Hydraulic disc brakes and has suspension in the seat post.

They come with:

  • Helmet
  • dual density gel seat cover
  • bottle holder
  • ergo grips
  • wireless cycle computer
  • drop down panniers for those on a multi day adventure
  • top mounted pannier for those on “One Day Wonders”

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E-Bikes

Date: April 8th, 2017, Posted by admin

Merida E Big Tour

Merida E Big Tour

Our Electric (pedal assist) Bikes include the Merida eBig Tour’s, CC400 an awesome Step-through and the Scott (Roxter E Ride)perfect for our younger riders and adults from 140 to 150cm,  – these are European manufactured or designed and the motor systems are powered by either Bosch, Shimano (recognized as premier systems). On economy mode they could do up to  100 kms on a single charge. With being a highly regarded retailer of E Bikes we know our E Bikes. These bikes are extremely reliable and with multiple users this is key.

 

We are able to offer step through or standard mountain bike frames, it is essential to stipulate what type of E Bike frame you need to ensure the right bike is prepared for you – feel free to call and talk about it.

 

Scott Roxter E Ride

Scott Roxter E Ride

Merida CC400

Merida CC400

These bikes are easy to charge and all of our accommodation providers are happy for  you to charge them overnight.

 

 

These bikes come with two side mounted panniers, helmet and dual density gel seat cover.

What our customers say…

“What a breeze…”

“The ebikes were lifesavers, they made the trip so enjoyable and we still had energy at the end of each day”

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Kids bikes and attachments

Date: April 7th, 2017, Posted by admin

Trek Roscoe 24+

Confidence inspiring for our younger riders with super comfortable saddles, disc brakes, 8 speed trigger shifter, true + size tyres, super light weight aluminum frame perfect for on and off trail riding

Trek Roscoe 24+

Trek Roscoe 24+

20′ Scott Scale Junior Plus

Scott Scale Junior 24

Scott Scale Junior 24

These come with a super comfortable saddle, disc brakes,  Shimano 7 speed gearing making gear selection easy. The plus tyres make for a more comfortable and smoother ride with the super cool factor.

Kids bikes come with:

  • helmet
  • stand
  • drink bottle holder
  • cycle computers

Range of tow along accessories to cope with age and stage of riders.

Wee ho igo venture

Wee ho Igo venture

Yepp Baby Seat

Yepp Baby Seat

Phillips Cycle Trailer

Cycle Trailer

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Alps2Ocean

Date: December 14th, 2016, Posted by admin

The Alps2Ocean is developing into one of New Zealand’s iconic cycle trails.

The Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail is truly one of New Zealand’s great rides. For over 300km and dropping 780m, visitors can experience some of the most diverse and beautiful scenery New Zealand has to offer. Suitable for all ages, the trail is an easy grade, and offers a pleasing mix of on and off-road trails which link the Southern Alps to the Pacific Ocean.

Bike It Now! offers  supported tour options that ensure you can enjoy the best of the completed Alpine sections of the trail, with some on road cycling.  Where we are cycling on roads these are minor gravel roads and quiet canal roads.

For our client’s safety and ensuring you have the best experience of this amazing slice of New Zealand.

These tours depart on demand with a minimum of 6 people, subject to availability.

Click here for downloadable map

Fully supported Alps to Ocean tour

 

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The Queenstown Trail

Date: December 14th, 2016, Posted by admin

The Queenstown Trail links a series of trails within the Wakatipu Basin as you travel from Queenstown Bay, via Frankton, Lake Hayes, the historic goldming town of Arrowtown and the wine producing Gibbston area.

There are a number of combinations that can be completed, however a favourite combination for a one day ride is:

Arrow River Bridges Ride – 16km 
Zigzag across the 5 bridges that cross the Arrow River as you cycle from Gibbston to Arrowtown.

Arrowtown to Queenstown (via Lake Hayes and Kawarau River) – 24.5km 
Ride from Arrowtown through Millbrook and around the shores of Lake Hayes the Kawarau and Shotover Rivers and Lake Wakatipu.  This ride finishes in downtown Queenstown.

Download The Queenstown Trail Map

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Roxburgh & Clutha Gold – “With Style” our Boutique option

Date: December 7th, 2016, Posted by admin

Departing from Queenstown, this 4 day all inclusive tour offers cycling on Otago’s newest cycle trails, a jet boat ride, superior accommodation, and all meals while on the trail as you follow the Clutha river from Clyde to Lawrence. We’re talking serious scenery, great bikes, awesome places to stay along the way with great hosts and wonderful Central Otago food.

‘Roxburgh Gorge & Clutha Gold Cycle Trails “With Style” suggested Itinerary 

Depart from and return to Queenstown — just get your group to New Zealand’s adventure capital and we’ll do the rest.

Day 1

Roxburgh Gorge Cycle Trail
  • We’ll collect you from Queenstown airport at around 2pm.
  • We drive you to Clyde via the Cromwell Gorge, offering an informative commentary along the way.
  • We arrive in Clyde at Bike It Now! headquarters for bike fitting and itinerary briefing. Briefed and bike sorted, you will be taken to your accommodation.
  • The rest of the evening is your own, including the free use of your bikes.
  • Accommodation – Dunstan House
  • Evening meal on your own account – options Oliver’s, Paulina’s or the Post Office Cafe

Day 2

  • Enjoy continental breakfast at Dunstan House
  • Collect packed lunches from the Bank café
  • Head off on the River Trail to Alexandra and then on to Doctors point to meet the jet boat for your 22km jet boat ride.
  • 35 minute Clutha river cruise taking you from Doctors Point to Shingle Creek.
  • Ride from Shingle Creek to Roxburgh Dam (13kms)
  • Accommodation – Lake Roxburgh Lodge
  • Dinner in the Lake Roxburgh Lodge restaurant – Enjoy resting up before having a lovely meal.

Day 3

View of Clutha River from Clutha Gold Cycle Trail
  • Continental breakfast at Roxburgh lodge and collect your packed lunch made by your hosts.
  • Begin riding the Clutha Gold trail from Roxburgh Dam to Roxburgh Town (11kms)
  • Head to the next nights’ accommodation at Millers Flat – The Quince (19kms)
  • Accommodation – The Quince Boutique Bed and Breakfast
  • Evening meal provided by The Quince — not to be missed, more relaxation in delightful surroundings

Day 4

  • Continental Breakfast at Quince, collecting you packed lunch from your hosts.
  • Begin your final ride towards Lawrence (44kms) — highlights along the way include The Big Hill tunnel.

Meet your Bike It Now! crew in Lawrence for the scenic drive back to Queenstown.

This offer is subject to availability Book your tour now*

Package Includes

  1. All transfers to and from Queenstown
  2. Three days bike hire
  3. Jet boat transfer & river cruise
  4. 3 nights accommodation
  5. 3 breakfasts
  6. 3 packed lunches
  7. 2 evening meals
  8. All luggage transfers

Posted in: 3-5 Days, All Tours, Boutique/Luxury Bike Tours, Clutha Gold, Luxury/Boutique Self Guided Tours, Roxburgh Gorge, Roxburgh Gorge & Clutha Gold Tours, Self Guided Cycle Tours

Boutique Central Rail Trail Tours – 5 days

Date: December 7th, 2016, Posted by admin

Queenstown to Dunedin/Queenstown, 5 days / 4 nights

HIGHLIGHTS:

Door to Door collection from Queenstown
Cycle the Rail Trail over 4 days ( 4 -5 hours cycling a day)
Bike Hire including pannier & helmet
Bike fitting and briefing over a complimentary drink
Accommodation with daily breakfast
Daily luggage transfers with a generous 15kg per bag allowance
Taieri Gorge Train to Dunedin or return to Queenstown by bus
This itinerary is a guideline only and can be tailor-made to suit your group. Additional days and activities are easily added and it can be reversed so that you start from Dunedin. Please contact us for a quote.

ITINERARY

DAY 1 – QUEENSTOWN TO CLYDE

Your Otago Central Rail Trail Holiday starts today will one of the Bike It Now! team collecting your from your accommodation or the airport at 2pm.

Enjoy an informative 1.5 hour drive via the historic Kawarau and Cromwell Gorges to historic Clyde. On arrival we will fit your bikes and go through a trail briefing. Settle into your accommodation for the night and the rest of the day is free to explore. Take the historic walking tour of Clyde’s historic sites or walk up to the lookout for stunning views of the township and Clyde hydro dam.

Overnight:
Olivers Central Otago – Deluxe Standard Room

The original stone complex, located in Clyde’s historic precinct, was built by Benjamin Naylor in 1869 as a general store, servicing the prospectors who sought their fortunes during the Otago gold rush. Today, in recognition of its outstanding heritage value, Olivers is protected by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust with a priority category one classification. Eleven rooms, divided into Stables and Lodge accommodation, superbly blend the old with the new creating a contemporary ambience integrally linked with bygone days.

Or

Hartley Homestead – Green or Front Room

Hartley Homestead is a grand 1900s mud brick homestead framed by vibrant mature gardens, fruit trees, spacious lawns and wide-open Central Otago landscapes; a charming romantic setting which lets you enjoy life at a slower pace. The smell of freshly made bread entices guests to the table for breakfast each morning, accompanied by a selection of newly picked fruit and homemade jams from 80-year-old fruit trees onsite. You can relax on the verandah with a local glass or wine or enjoy a hot tub overlooking the homestead’s wine producing Pinot Noir Vines. Host Melanie Eade is an accomplished artist, works from her home studio which features on the Central Otago Arts Trail.

DAY 2 –CYCLE TO OMAKAU/OPHIR (B)

Today you have the option to start on the Rail Trail (8km from the Rail Head to Alexandra) or cycle the river route to Alexandra (12km from Clyde Township to Alexandra) , re-joining the Rail Trail there.
On the Rail Trail cross the wood trestle Mutton Town Viaduct and maybe stop and taste some local wine. Cycle through irrigated farmland and the typical schist rock and thyme landscape of Central Otago. At Omakau you can leave the trail for a 5km loop road cycle to historic Ophir crossing the Daniel O’Donnell suspension bridge. There are extensive views of Alexandra, The Old Man Range and the Dunstan Range.

Overnight:
Pitches Store

Hidden from the world in the small historic town of Ophir in Central Otago, Pitches Store provides all the charm and special comforts you desire. Recently opened after 6 years of restoration, every detail of this Central Otago accommodation reflects contemporary luxury, tastefully combined with hints of its unique 130 year history. With 6 rooms and a restaurant onsite, it’s easy to enjoy passing the time with some great food, wine and good company or simply unwind in the thoughtfully designed rooms.

Cycling Distances:
Clyde to Ophir 37km and 2km by road

DAY 3 – CYCLE TO WEDDERBURN (B)

The curved Manuherikia Bridge, the trails longest, the spectacular Poolburn Gorge with its two long tunnels and 37m high viaduct Pass the Ida Burn Dam, famous for curling. In Oturehua, historic Hayes Engineering Works is worth a visit and stop in at Gilchrists store, NZ’s oldest continuously operating general store. Just out of Oturehua, visit the Golden Progress Mine where Otago’s last remaining poppet head still straddles a deep mine shaft.

There are breathtaking views of the Ida Valley, Hawkdun and Ida Ranges on this day.

On arrival in Wedderburn you will be met and transferred 15 minutes to Naseby. One of New Zealand’s “cutest” towns, Naseby is steeped in history and was the main service town for the Maniototo until the railway arrived in Ranfurly. Naseby is home to New Zealand’s indoor International Curling Rink and “Have a Go” games are $28.00pp for 1.5 hours of ice time including all equipment and instruction.

Overnight:
The Old Doctors Residence – Dansey’s Room
The historic and award winning Old Doctor’s Residence located in the historic precinct of Naseby, Central Otago, has been sensitively restored by the husband and wife team of Grant and Jan Bean into gracious, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation. Accommodating up to 4 people in two rooms, guests are invited to join their hosts in the main lounge to share a complementary tasting of local produce and wonderful Central Otago wines.

We do recommend a two night stay in Naseby if time allows…you can then add a rest day of excursions into the surrounding area such as a 4WD high country tour experience or a tour to historic St Bathans and Cambrians; a Maniototo Garden Tour or a visit to an artist’s open studio. You’ll also have time to enjoy a fun game of curling at the Maniototo International Curling Rink.

Cycling Distances:

Ophir to Wedderburn 43.5km (transfer to Naseby included)

DAY 4 – CYCLE TO KOKONGA (B, D)

The Wedderburn Goods Shed, made famous Grahame Sydney’s painting ‘July on the Maniototo’. Rural Art Deco Ranfurly is worth a stop and visit the interactive display at the Information Centre located in the old station building. The views of the Kakanui Mountains and Ida Range are especially spectacular. From Kokonga Lodge you can also enjoy some short walks along the Taieri River or to through the very small historical village of Kokonga.

Overnight:
Kokonga Lodge
Surrounded by gardens, Kokonga Lodge sits on a commanding site with panoramic views over the Maniototo – a landscape that initially inspired writers and artists has now been discovered by film-makers. Drive 20 minutes and view the stunning backdrop to one of the major action scenes in “The Hobbit”, and enjoy the ambience of the lodge where Sir Peter Jackson stayed during the filming. The lodge offers six stylish, en suite rooms and supremely comfortable guest areas. One of the greatest pleasures of your stay will be the warm hospitality and superb meals provided by your hosts Dorothy and Malcolm. Don’t be disappointed, stay two nights and indulge in the many activities available in the area including garden tours, 4WD and farm tours, fly-fishing, horse riding, curling or just relax on the deck with a glass of wine and a book from the lodge’s extensive library.
Cycling Distances:
(transfer to Wedderburn included) Wedderburn to Kokonga 31.5km

DAY 5 – CYCLE TO MIDDLEMARCH (B)

The historic Cap Burn Bridge, 32 m high Prices Creek Viaduct and Prices Creek Tunnel are highlights of this picturesque section. Pass the Hyde Rail Disaster Memorial where 21 people lost their lives in a derailment in 1943. Hyde’s Station built in 1894 still stands. Enjoy views of the farmland of the Strath Taieri valley with the Strath Taieri ridge on your left and the Rock and Pillar range on your right. Finish the trail about 400m north of the Middlemarch Station.

Return your cycles, collect your bags and catch the connecting shuttle to the Taieri Gorge train to Dunedin ( you will arrive in Dunedin at 6.30pm) or return to Clyde by shuttle where we will then provide a private transfer back to your Queenstown accommodation (arriving 8.00pm). Alternatively stay an extra night in Clyde and we will transfer you to Queenstown the following morning.

Cycling Distances:
Kokonga to Middlemarch 42km

TRIP DETAILS

LOCATION
Central Otago, New Zealand

DATES

Depart on a day to suit.
The Autumn months on the trail are the busiest. Early booking i.e. 6
months in advance is recommended.

DURATION

5 days, 4 nights
COST
Tour Package

From NZ$1100.00 per person

Room upgrades available at Olivers:

Deluxe Superior Room add $37.50 per person
Premier Room add $70.00 per person

Room upgrade available at the Old Doctors Residence
Parker Suite add $25.00 per person

Add an additional night at the Old Doctors Residence
Dansey’s Room add $137.50 per person
Parker Suite add $162.50 per person

Accommodation is based on twin share and single supplements will apply for single travellers wanting their own room.

DEPARTURE TIME 2pm or other times by arrangement

DEPARTURE POINT
Collection from your Queenstown Accommodation/Airport

INCLUDED
> Collection from your Queenstown accommodation by Bike It Now! Team (if required) personal bike fitting and pre-trail briefing over complimentary drink

> Accommodation and daily breakfast (B)

> A tasting of local produce and wonderful Central Otago wines at The Old Doctors Residence.

> Three Course dinner and pre-dinner nibbles at Kokonga Lodge. Wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages are not included but are available for purchase.

> 4 days cycle and helmet hire + 1/2 day free hire* (this cost is excluded if bringing your own cycle – see above. Our bikes are Scott or Avanti 27.5 or 29ers with Hydraulic Disc brakes and are 27 speed, we also have Discovery 2 Low (step-thru) for those wanting a more upright riding style. Bikes are available in a range of sizes. For features of each bike visit https://www.bikeitnow.co.nz/our-bikes . All adult bikes come with:

Pannier bag that sits on top of your carrier for better bike balance.
Water bottle holder
A helmet is supplied or you can bring your own.
Gel Seat
Ergo Grips
Pump and repair kit
> 4 days bag transfers based on 1 bag per person weighing no more than 15kg per bag.

> Taieri Gorge Train to Dunedin and transfers required on the day the train departs from Pukerangi. Additional charges apply if you want to return to Queenstown.

> Full trip preparation information & travel documents including maps

> Otago Central Rail Trail Passport – full of historical information (funds raised support the work of the Otago Central Rail Trail Trust)

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES > Clutha River Cruise
from $95.00 per person (min 2 departing Alex/Clyde)
www.clutharivercruises.co.nz
> Curling Only
$25.00 per adult for 1 hour, $30 per adult for 1.5 hours, child, student and family rates available (you need to be staying in Naseby) www.curling.co.nz

> St Bathans & Cambrians Tour
3-4 people: $55 per person

2 people: $65 per person

> 4WD High Country Tours
3 hour Tour from $85.00pp
5 hour Tour from: $125.00pp
Full Day Tour from: $200.00pp
www.maniototo4wdsafaris.co.nz

> 3 hour Garden Tours
from $95.00pp (departing Wedderburn, Naseby, Ranfurly and Waipiata). Visit some of the Maniototo’s outstanding country gardens.
http://www.komako.net.nz/garden_tours.html

NOT INCLUDED
> All other meals not specified.

> Additional bag transfers. Extra bags not needed on the trail can be transferred to the end of the trail and stored for $15 per bag.

> Overweight bag charges. It is important to stick to the 15kg limit. This is for the health and safety of the bag services drivers.

TO BOOK THIS TOUR
> Contact us with your groups details by email to info@bikeitnow.co.nz or phone 0800 245 366 (+64 3 449 2228):

Number in your group and the make up of the group – i.e how many double, twin or single rooms are needed and if there are any children and their ages.
Preferred start date
What direction you want to complete the trail in (Clyde to Middlemarch or reverse)
Any pre or post tour accommodation required
Any other requests that will help us plan your holiday
> We will send you a proposed itinerary for you to consider along with a booking form.

> If you accept we will book your tour and will require a deposit from your group within 7 days ($150.00 per person) of you accepting

> Final tour payments are required 6 weeks prior to departure.

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2014/2015 Photo Competition winner

Date: May 15th, 2016, Posted by admin

Steve Sherman 2

Congratulations to Steve Sherman

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Electric Bikes

Date: May 14th, 2016, Posted by admin

15_SC_EB_E-Sub-Tour-10-Unisex_web photoScott E Sub Tour

Scott E Aspect16_SC_EB_E-Aspect-720_BLK-GRN-Web Photo

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2015 Web Special

Date: July 18th, 2015, Posted by admin

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THE DULCE – Handlebar Bag

Date: June 14th, 2015, Posted by admin

UPSIDE UP EMBROIDERED CHIC
Vertical format handle bar bag fits narrow handle bars and easily slides between the upfront cable clutter typical of so many bikes. Effortlessly swallows your daily loot, including your digital toys up to Kindle and iPad Mini size. Two equal size main compartments – the back one with full two-way horseshoe zipper and front one with a half size two-way zip.
The DULCE is available in standard BLACK/GRAY color, or dressed up to match the rear rack shopping bag BOKI /e with some stylin’ embroidery in PEACOAT and LAVENDER. Dial your ride front and rear. What a concept!
two zippered main compartments
waterproof smartphone case outside
recycled rice bag lining
Easy on-off attachment system included
Removable shoulder strap
Raincover

USE :: daily urban rides, cafe cruisin’, credit card touring
DIM :: ~ 8.5x6x3 in / 22x15x8 cm
VOL :: ~ 155 in3 / 2.6 L
WT :: 10 oz / 280 gr

MAX LOAD – 5 lbs / 2 Kg :: the handle bar adapter is plastic, not high-tensile steel. Overloading the DULCE /E handle bar bag could cause the adapter to break – especially if you’re hucking curbs. Having your handle bar bag fall onto your front wheel is not a pretty thing. It could entail a visit to the emergency room.

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OTAGO CENTRAL RAIL TRAIL – BOUTIQUE / LUXURY 5 Days

Date: June 14th, 2015, Posted by admin

BOUTIQUE LUXURY TOUR  HIGHLIGHTS

  • Door to door collection from Queenstown
  • Bike hire on brand new Avanti or Scott  29er or 27.5 bikes
  • Bike hire  includes a helmet, dual density gel seat, Cateye Velo 7 bike computer, pannier, tool kit, water bottle holder
  • Daily luggage transfers with a generous 15kg per bag allowance
  • Luxury accommodation in King size beds  with daily breakfast
  • Taieri Gorge Train To Dunedin or return to Queenstown by Bus

This itinerary is a guideline only and can be tailor-made to suit your group. Additional days and activities are easily added. The itinerary can be reversed if you would like to start from Dunedin

 

BOUTIQUE LUXURY ITINERARY

 

DAY 1 –  QUEENSTOWN TO CLYDE

Your Otago Central Rail Trail Holiday starts today with one of the Bike It Now!  team collecting your from your accommodation or the airport at  2pmEnjoy an informative 1.5 hour drive via the historic Kawarau and Cromwell Gorges to historic Clyde.  On arrival we will fit your bikes and go through a trail briefing. This allows for a more leisurely start the following morning and also allows for some practice on your new Avanti or Scott 29er or 27.5 rental bike.

We recommend that you take the time to explore Clyde whether on foot or on your bike. It is one of the most in-tact towns from the early NZ Otago Gold Rush of the 1860s. The historic village has  many original stone dwellings, businesses, and public buildings. The lookout point has wonderful views of the Clutha River and the impressive Clyde Dam (New Zealand’s third largest hydro-electric dam).

Overnight

Olivers of Central Otago – Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast

The historic Olivers Lodge complex has opened a new chapter in its fascinating history, undergoing an authentic restoration, reflecting its significant place in the chronicles of the Central Otago region.The original stone complex, located in Clyde’s historic precinct, was built by Benjamin Naylor in 1869 as a general store, servicing the prospectors who sought their fortunes during the Otago gold rush. Today, in recognition of its outstanding heritage value, Olivers is protected by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust with a priority category one classification.

 

DAY 2 – CLYDE TO OPHIR   CYCLING DISTANCE 39KM

Today you have the option to start on the Rail Trail (8km from the Rail Head to Alexandra) or cycle along the very scenic millennium trail from Clyde to Alexandra (13km).This trail takes you along the banks of the Clutha Mata-au River passing the Earnscleugh tailings historic reserve en route to the Alexandra Bridge .You will then cycle through Alexandra and re-join the Rail Trail.
From Alexandra you cycle through irrigated farmlands and the typical schist rock and thyme landscape of Central Otago. At Omakau you leave the trail for a road cycle to historic Ophir were Pitches Store awaits, when you complete the 5km loop you will see New Zealand Oldest operating Post Office and cross the stunning Daniel O’Donnell suspension bridge.

OvernightPitches Store – Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast

2---Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-TrailHidden from the world in the small historic town of Ophir in Central Otago, Pitches Store provides all the charm and special comforts you desire. With 6 rooms and a restaurant on-site, it’s easy to enjoy passing the time with some great food, wine and good company or simply unwind in the thoughtfully designed rooms. After 6 years of restoration, every detail of this Central Otago accommodation reflects contemporary luxury, tastefully combined with hints of its unique 130 year history.

 

 

DAY 3- OPHIR TO WEDDERBURN   CYCLING DISTANCE 43KM

Today you will enjoy breathtaking views of the Ida Valley, Hawkdun and Ida Ranges.You will cycle along the 110 meter Manuherikia Bridge, through the spectacular Poolburn Gorge with its two long tunnels and 37m high viaduct pass. In Oturehua, the historic Hayes Engineering Works is worth a visit as is Gilchrest’s store, NZ’s oldest continuously operating general store.You will be collected and taken to Naseby from the Red Barn at Wedderburn.

Overnight

Old Doctors Residence – Deluxe Superior Suite including a continental breakfast

3-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-TrailThe Award Winning Old Doctor’s Residence located in the historic precinct of Naseby, Central Otago, has been sensitively restored by husband and wife team Grant and Jan Bean into gracious, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation

 

 

DAY 4- WEDDERBURN  TO KOKONGA CYCLING DISTANCE 31.5KM

You will be returned to the Red Barn at Wedderburn

Today you will experience the wide open plains of the Maniototo and cycle past the Wedderburn Goods shed made famous by Grahame Sydney’s “July “. You will also pass through Ranfurly, the Art Deco center of Otago. The original train station is now a busy visitor’s information center.

Overnight

Kokonga Lodge -– Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast

Enjoy pre-dinner nibbles followed by a 3 course gourmet meal

4-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-TrailThis luxury Lodge has panoramic views over the heart of the Maniototo .It has six beautifully furnished and supremely comfortable en suite rooms along with a stylish guest area. It also has a self-contained cottage on the property.  Dinner includes a gourmet 3-course meal using fresh local produce

 

 

 

DAY 5 – KOKONGA TO MIDDLEMARCH CYCLING DISTANCE 42 KM

The highlights on your final day of cycling include the 40 metre long Cap Burn Bridge, Prices Creek Viaduct and Prices Creek Tunnel. Enjoy views of the farmland of the Strath Taieri valley with the Strath Taieri ridge on your left and the Rock and Pillar range on your right.  Finish the trail about 400m north of the Middlemarch Station.On returning your cycles, where you collect your bags and catch the connecting shuttle to the Taieri Gorge train to Dunedin ( you will arrive in Dunedin at 6.30pm) or return to Clyde by shuttle where we will transfer back to your Queenstown accommodation (arriving 6.30pm). Alternatively treat yourself to an extra night of luxury in Clyde and we will transfer you to Queenstown the following morning.

Taieri Gorge Railway  Pukerangi to Dunedin

5-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-TrailThe Taieri Gorge Train is Dunedin’s prestige tourist train operating from the historic Railway StationIt takes you on a journey through the rugged and spectacular Taieri River Gorge, across wrought iron viaducts and through tunnels carved by hand more than 100 years ago.

 

 

 

 

TOUR DETAILS

DATES – DAILY DEPARTURES

Early booking is recommend as  getting the accommodation in a nightly sequence can be a challenge due to the limited amount of rooms

DEPARTURE POINT:  COLLECTION FROM YOUR ACCOMMODATION OR THE AIRPORT IN QUEENSTOWN 
DURATION:  5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTS
FINISH: DUNEDIN RAILWAY STATION
COST: FROM NZ $1360.00 PER PERSON
Accommodation is based on 2 people sharing. A single supplement will apply for single travellers

Contact us with your group details by email info@bikeitnow.co.nz or phone 0800 245366 +64 (3) 4492228

ADDITONAL RECOMMENDED TOURS & ACTIVITIES

HERITAGE RIVER CRUISE 3.5 HRS

6-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-TrailCruise through the stunning Roxburgh Gorge and spot the 1860s gold miners huts tucked away in the spectacular schist rock formations. View the unique Central Otago scenery, whilst your guide explains the history of the area.Then visit the well preserved mining town of Doctors Point and enjoy refreshments on the river bank.

 

 

CURLING AT NASEBY 1.5 HRS

7-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-Trail Curling is affectionately known as “The Roaring Game” is akin to the game of bowls but played on ice.The art of curling requires no significant strength, and is easy to master. Every curler first sits down in the warm viewing lounge to watch a brief DVD about curling and the safety aspects involved. After that, you can head down to the ice rink for some curling fun!

 

 

 

ST BATHANS AND CAMBRIAN TOUR

8-Luxury-Boutique--5D4N-Self-Guided-Rail-Trail Your guide  will immerse you in history of the Irish & Welsh gold miners who flocked to this region in its gold fever heyday of the 1800sYou can still enjoy a beer at St Bathan’s haunted Vulcan Hotel (Est 1869). Cambrian is home to New Zealand artist Grahame Sydney who has captured many of Central Otago’s iconic landscapes in his painting and photography.

 

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OTAGO CENTRAL TRAIL ADVENTURE – Fully Supported 4 days

Date: June 14th, 2015, Posted by admin

Otago Central Rail Trail Adventure
See and experience more of Central Otago on this fully supported cycling adventure. You will spend four days cycling the famed Otago Central Rail Trail from Clyde to Middlemarch, staying in historic gold mining towns plus plenty of side-trips to visit some of the hidden secrets off the trail. Along the way you can enjoy some of Central Otago’s gastronomic delights including local wine, meats, fruits and other tasty treats.

 

For more information download this PDF

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Proviz Winter Riding Jackets MENS AND WOMENS

Date: June 5th, 2015, Posted by admin

JACKET SPECS

On Review: Road.cc – 4.5/5 Stars – “Exceptional”
◦Triviz light pack compatible (simply replace the reflective triangle)
◦Waterproof, breathable and hard-wearing fabric with mesh lining for extra comfort
◦Fleece-lined comfort collar
◦Highly reflective panelling, trim, logos and removable booster triangle
◦Adjustable waistband and velcro cuff
◦Waterproof storm zip
◦Seam-sealed for extra waterproofing
◦Side/Pit vents
◦Inside chest, back pockets
◦Low profiled rear spray guard
◦Machine washable
◦Weight – 440g

SIZES MENS
S /M/ L/ XL / XXL

SIZES WOMENS
8 /10 / 12 / 14 / 16

COLOURS FLURO YELLOW AND PINK

CALL US ON 0800 245 366 OR EMAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION

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Winter Warmers LG Gloves

Date: June 5th, 2015, Posted by admin

These gloves have proved to be Winter Winners. Tested in true Central Otago conditions and come through with flying colours – ask Michael Anderson and Peter Atkinson

 
Louis Garneau Gel EX Glove

◾ Upper-hand: laminated windproof fleece
◾ Palm: Amara
◾ Cycling specific gel padding
◾ Fitted elastic cuff
◾ 3M reflective piping: High visibility
◾ Patented Ergo Air palm ventilation
◾ Anatomically Pre curved for superior fit
◾ Designed for Cold and Windy weather

SIZES MENS AND WOMENS

S/M/L/XL/XL

 

Please phone 0800 245 366 or email for more information

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LUXURY OTAGO CENTRAL RAIL TRAIL TOURS

Date: October 23rd, 2014, Posted by admin

 
 
   BOUTIQUE LUXURY TOUR  HIGHLIGHTS
  • Door to door collection from Queenstown
  • Bike hire on brand new Avanti or Scott  29er or 27.5 bikes
  • Bike hire  includes a helmet, dual density gel seat, Cateye Velo 7 bike computer, pannier, tool kit, water bottle holder
  • Daily luggage transfers with a generous 15kg per bag allowance
  • Luxury accommodation in King size beds  with daily breakfast
  • Taieri Gorge Train To Dunedin or return to Queenstown by Bus
This itinerary is a guideline only and can be tailor-made to suit your group. Additional days and activities are easily added. The itinerary can be reversed if you would like to start from Dunedin.
 
BOUTIQUE LUXURY ITINERARY
DAY 1 –  QUEENSTOWN TO CLYDE
 
Your Otago Central Rail Trail Holiday starts today with one of the Bike It Now!  team collecting your from your accommodation or the airport at  2pmEnjoy an informative 1.5 hour drive via the historic Kawarau and Cromwell Gorges to historic Clyde.  On arrival we will fit your bikes and go through a trail briefing. This allows for a more leisurely start the following morning and also allows for some practice on your new Avanti or Scott 29er or 27.5 rental bike.

We recommend that you take the time to explore Clyde whether on foot or on your bike. It is one of the most in-tact towns from the early NZ Otago Gold Rush of the 1860s. The historic village has  many original stone dwellings, businesses, and public buildings. The lookout point has wonderful views of the Clutha River and the impressive Clyde Dam (New Zealand’s third largest hydro-electric dam).

 

Overnight
Olivers of Central Otago Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast
 
The historic Olivers Lodge complex has opened a new chapter in its fascinating history, undergoing an authentic restoration, reflecting its significant place in the chronicles of the Central Otago region.The original stone complex, located in Clyde’s historic precinct, was built by Benjamin Naylor in 1869 as a general store, servicing the prospectors who sought their fortunes during the Otago gold rush. Today, in recognition of its outstanding heritage value, Olivers is protected by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust with a priority category one classification.

 
 DAY 2 – CLYDE TO OPHIR   CYCLING DISTANCE 39KM
Today you have the option to start on the Rail Trail (8km from the Rail Head to Alexandra) or cycle along the very scenic millennium trail from Clyde to Alexandra (13km).This trail takes you along the banks of the Clutha Mata-au River passing the Earnscleugh tailings historic reserve en route to the Alexandra Bridge .You will then cycle through Alexandra and re-join the Rail Trail.
From Alexandra you cycle through irrigated farmlands and the typical schist rock and thyme landscape of Central Otago. At Omakau you leave the trail for a road cycle to historic Ophir were Pitches Store awaits, when you complete the 5km loop you will see New Zealand Oldest operating Post Office and cross the stunning Daniel O’Donnell suspension bridge.
OvernightPitches Store Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast
   
Hidden from the world in the small historic town of Ophir in Central Otago, Pitches Store provides all the charm and special comforts you desire. With 6 rooms and a restaurant on-site, it’s easy to enjoy passing the time with some great food, wine and good company or simply unwind in the thoughtfully designed rooms. After 6 years of restoration, every detail of this Central Otago accommodation reflects contemporary luxury, tastefully combined with hints of its unique 130 year history.
 
DAY 3- OPHIR TO WEDDERBURN   CYCLING DISTANCE 43KM
 
Today you will enjoy breathtaking views of the Ida Valley, Hawkdun and Ida Ranges.You will cycle along the 110 meter Manuherikia Bridge, through the spectacular Poolburn Gorge with its two long tunnels and 37m high viaduct pass. In Oturehua, the historic Hayes Engineering Works is worth a visit as is Gilchrest’s store, NZ’s oldest continuously operating general store.You will be collected and taken to Naseby from the Red Barn at Wedderburn.
Overnight
Old Doctors ResidenceDeluxe Superior Suite including a continental breakfast
   
The Award Winning Old Doctor’s Residence located in the historic precinct of Naseby, Central Otago, has been sensitively restored by husband and wife team Grant and Jan Bean into gracious, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation
 
 
   

DAY 4- WEDDERBURN  TO KOKONGA CYCLING DISTANCE 31.5KM

You will be returned to the Red Barn at Wedderburn
Today you will experience the wide open plains of the Maniototo and cycle past the Wedderburn Goods shed made famous by Grahame Sydney’s “July “. You will also pass through Ranfurly, the Art Deco center of Otago. The original train station is now a busy visitor’s information center. 

Overnight

Kokonga Lodge -– Deluxe Superior Room with ensuite including a continental breakfast

Enjoy pre-dinner nibbles followed by a 2 course gourmet meal

 

   
This luxury Lodge has panoramic views over the heart of the Maniototo .It has six beautifully furnished and supremely comfortable en suite rooms along with a stylish guest area. It also has a self-contained cottage on the property.  Dinner includes a gourmet 3-course meal using fresh local produce
 
DAY 5 – KOKONGA TO MIDDLEMARCH CYCLING DISTANCE 42 KM
 
The highlights on your final day of cycling include the 40 metre long Cap Burn Bridge, Prices Creek Viaduct and Prices Creek Tunnel. Enjoy views of the farmland of the Strath Taieri valley with the Strath Taieri ridge on your left and the Rock and Pillar range on your right.  Finish the trail about 400m north of the Middlemarch Station.On returning your cycles, where you collect your bags and catch the connecting shuttle to the Taieri Gorge train to Dunedin ( you will arrive in Dunedin at 6.30pm) or return to Clyde by shuttle where we will transfer back to your Queenstown accommodation (arriving 6.30pm). Alternatively treat yourself to an extra night of luxury in Clyde and we will transfer you to Queenstown the following morning.
Taieri Gorge Railway  Pukerangi to Dunedin
 
The Taieri Gorge Train is Dunedin’s prestige tourist train operating from the historic Railway StationIt takes you on a journey through the rugged and spectacular Taieri River Gorge, across wrought iron viaducts and through tunnels carved by hand more than 100 years ago.
 TOUR DETAILS 
DATES                          DAILY DEPARTURES
Early booking is recommend as  getting the accommodation in a nightly sequence can be a challenge due to the limited amount of rooms
DEPARTURE POINT    COLLECTION FROM YOUR ACCOMMODATION OR THE AIRPORT IN QUEENSTOWN DURATION                   5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTSFINISH                           DUNEDIN RAILWAY STATION   
 COST                             FROM NZ $1360.00 PER PERSON Accommodation is based on 2 people sharing. A single supplement will apply for single travelers

 

Contact us with your group details by email info@bikeitnow.co.nz or phone 0800 245366 +64 (3) 4492228

 ADDITONAL RECOMMENDED TOURS & ACTIVITIES

HERITAGE RIVER CRUISE 3.5 HRS
   
Cruise through the stunning Roxburgh Gorge and spot the 1860s gold miners huts tucked away in the spectacular schist rock formations. View the unique Central Otago scenery, whilst your guide explains the history of the area.Then visit the well preserved mining town of Doctors Point and enjoy refreshments on the river bank.
 
CURLING AT NASEBY 1.5 HRS
   
Curling is affectionately known as “The Roaring Game” is akin to the game of bowls but played on ice.The art of curling requires no significant strength, and is easy to master. Every curler first sits down in the warm viewing lounge to watch a brief DVD about curling and the safety aspects involved. After that, you can head down to the ice rink for some curling fun!
 
ST BATHANS AND CAMBRIAN TOUR
   
Your guide  will immerse you in history of the Irish & Welsh gold miners who flocked to this region in its gold fever heyday of the 1800sYou can still enjoy a beer at St Bathan’s haunted Vulcan Hotel (Est 1869). Cambrian is home to New Zealand artist Grahame Sydney who has captured many of Central Otago’s iconic landscapes in his painting and photography.
 
 
 

                                            

 

             

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Fully Supported Otago Central Rail Trail Tour

Date: August 27th, 2014, Posted by admin

See and experience more of Central Otago on this fully supported cycling adventure. You will spend four days cycling the famed Otago Central Rail Trail from Clyde to Middlemarch, staying in historic gold mining towns plus plenty of side-trips to visit some of the hidden secrets off the trail. Along the way you can enjoy some of Central Otago’s gastronomic delights including local wine, meats, fruits and other tasty treats.

SUPPORTED TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Door to door collection from Queenstown.
  • Full vehicle support throughout.
  • Experienced  Tour Leader with expert local knowledge.
  • 4 nights Superior  accommodation with ensuite and a daily continental  breakfast.
  • Morning & afternoon  teas especially  prepared for you.
  • 4 lunches  & 3 evening meals included in the price.
  • Bike hire on the latest Trek Roscoe 7’s or step through bikes.
  • Option to upgrade to a Merida, Electric Bikes.
  • Bike hire  includes a helmet, gender specific saddle, dual density gel seat cover, wireless cycle computer, pannier.
  • Off Trail Sightseeing to Ophir, St Bathans and Naseby.
  • Curling at the international indoor Rink in Naseby.
  • Shuttle to Dunedin or return to Queenstown.

Small group .
Maximum 10 people, tour departs with a minimum of 6 people

TOUR PRICE:    NZ$2200.00 per person, compulsory single supplement of NZ$400.00 applies for single travelers. Note we have a policy of allowing two children over the age of 12 years per scheduled tour.  This does not apply to private tours.

Tours depart with a minimum 6 and maximum of 10 people. These supported tours can depart on dates to suit

SUPPORTED TOUR PROPOSED ITINERARY

DAY 1  QUEENSTOWN TO ALEXANDRA VIA CLYDE

Your Otago Central Rail Trail adventure starts today at 11am when your Tour Leader picks you up from your Queenstown accommodation or from the airport. Enjoy a fascinating tour of some of the area’s history as you travel to Clyde via Arrowtown and the Kawarau and Cromwell Gorges. We have you booked in for lunch at Oliver’s restaurant in Historic Clyde, before your bike fitting at the Bike It Now! shop just around the corner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLYDE   TO ALEXANDRACYCLING DISTANCE 8KM or 12 KM

Option to cycle on the beautiful River Track from Clyde to Alexandra or the on the Rail Trail (perfect post lunch exercise).

Overnight:  Asure Avenue Motel  – Self-contained Studio with ensuite and includes a continental breakfast

An upmarket Motel with a 4 star rating compromising of 13 high quality units. The Asure Avenue Motel is ideally situated for easy access to the town center and the Central Otago Rail Trail. David and Karel will welcome you to their motels and assist in any way possible to ensure you have great stay.

We have booked you into Monteith’s restaurant for dinner a short walk from your accommodation. A courtesy coach is available should it be required.

Lunch and Dinner on your own account  today

DAY 2  ALEXANDRA TO LAUDER – CYCLING DISTANCE 36 KM

Cycle through irrigated farmland and the typical schist rock and thyme landscape of Central Otago with a lunch stop at Chatto Creek Tavern.  We cycle through to Lauder, be prepared for the sight of your tour leader with morning and afternoon tea along the way.  From Lauder we drive to visit St Bathans, the Blue Lake and Cambrian.  A stop at the Vulcan Hotel in St Bathans is the perfect end to the day.  We return for the night to our accommodation in Omakau.

Overnight:  Mandy’s  Accommodation – Studio with en suite includes continental breakfast, Queen

Mandy’s Accommodation is nestled 100 meters off the Otago Central Rail Trail, in a lovely, peaceful location in the heart of the small village of Omakau. They offer 5 up-market en suite studio units each with private courtyard, or a well-appointed cottage with landscaped garden, Wi-Fi available. A complimentary continental breakfast is included to enjoy in the privacy of your room.

Mandy your host will ensure you have everything you need after your first day in the saddle.                                                    

Your evening meal is at the Commercial Hotel (NZ’s #1 Country Hotel) in Omakau

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Morning & Afternoon Teas &  Dinner

DAY 3  LAUDER TO WEDDERBURN – CYCLING DISTANCE 34.5 KM

We get back on our bikes at Lauder and first up is one of the highlights of the trail – the Poolburn Gorge.  The trail goes through two long tunnels and across the 37 m high Poolburn Viaduct.   Lunch at Oturehua and then continue cycling to Wedderburn. Settle into your accommodation and change into some warm clothes for curling at the International Indoor Rink at Naseby, we have a pre-dinner drink at one of the historic hotels before enjoying dinner at 2000 Feet Restaurant.

Overnight :Wedderburn Cottages – Small Self Contained Cottage, includes Continental breakfast

The Lodge & Cottages Wedderburn offers Otago Central Rail Trail accommodation & hospitality at its best.

Your hosts Lorraine and Stewart are local farmers who have created some of the most impressive accommodation, the views are spectacular – especially in the morning!

Curling is affectionately known as “The Roaring Game” is akin to the game of bowls but played on ice. This is always a real highlight on the trail, great fun for group!

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Morning & Afternoon Teas &  Dinner

DAY 4  WEDDERBURN TO HYDE – CYCLING DISTANCE 46 KM

Today you will experience the wide open plains of the Maniototo and cycle past the Wedderburn Goods Shed made famous by Grahame Sydney’s “July “. You will also pass through Ranfurly, the Art Deco center of Otago.

 

 

Overnight : Hyde School Accommodation and Eatery –School Unit including  a continental breakfast

For many generations Hyde School educated the local children of the area. It was closed 1999 due to dwindling roll numbers. The School building has been completely renovated & refurbished to a high standard.

Located in the grounds of the School are 5 tastefully designed motel-style units known at the” School Units”. You have access to the lounge in the old school house and dinner is served there in the evenings. This is the last night on the trail and one you will not forget – Tania and Ross are fantastic hosts and Tania’s evening meal is something special.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Morning & Afternoon Teas &  Dinner

DAY 5  HYDE TO MIDDLEMARCH – CYCLING DISTANCE 27 KM

Cross the historic Cap Burn bridge, cross another viaduct and plunge into the darkness of the last tunnel on the trail. We will enjoy a celebratory lunch at the Kissing Gate Café.

After a relaxing afternoon we travel through to Dunedin or return to Queenstown your guide will deliver you to you accommodation arriving early evening.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Morning Tea & Lunch

 

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2015 Avanti Black Thunder 7.2

Date: August 26th, 2014, Posted by admin

WEB SPECIAL!!!

SPECIFICATIONS OF THE BIKE:

      •Frame : ADT Custom FormTech 6061 Alloy Tube set, Forged Dropouts, Replaceable Hanger

 

      •Fork : SR Suntour M3030, 75mm Travel

 

      •Front Derailleur : Shimano TX-50

 

      •Rear Derailleur : Shimano TX-55

 

      •Shifters : Shimano EF-41 21-Speed

 

      •Crankset : SR Suntour XCC 42/34/24T

 

      •Brakes : Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm Rotors

 

      •Brake Levers : Shimano EF41

 

      •Hubs : Front: Alloy, Disc, QR, 32H, Rear: Alloy, Disc, QR, 32H

 

      •Spokes : Stainless Steel

 

      •Cassette : Shimano TZ-31 Freewheel, 7 Speed, 14-34T

 

      •Handlebar : Steel Riser, 25.4mm

 

      •Handlebar Stem : Alloy, 4-Bolt Clamp, 25.4mm

 

      •Headset : Steel Threadless, 1-1/8″

 

      •Grips : Zero Gel Dual Compound

 

      •Pedals : Nylon Platform

 

      •Tyres : Hornet, 2.10″

 

      •Saddle : Zero Zealth Sport

 

      •Seat Post : Alloy, Micro Adjust, 31.6mm

 

      •Bottom Bracket : Cartridge

 

      •Chain : KMC Z-50

Sizes available S/M/L Only 1 of each size on Web Special
FULL WARRANTY

The Black Thunder has a neutral, relaxed riding position and rugged, reliable componentry. It’s a super versatile bike for on or off-road riding.

Please phone 0800 245 366 or email for more information

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Roxburgh Gorge & Clutha Gold Trail Tour

Date: August 26th, 2014, Posted by admin

Clyde to Clyde, 3 days / 2 nights

What you can get:

Cycle the Roxburgh Gorge / Clutha Gold Trails over 3 days (4 – 6 hours cycling a day)

  • Bike Hire on our Trek Roscoe 7’s, with 27+ wheels and tyres for the smoothest ride, these have hydraulic disc brakes and high sec Shimano componentry, includes; 2 side mounted panniers & helmet – we recommend staying the night before you start riding in Clyde.  You can collect your bikes after 3pm that day at no extra cost.
  • Personalised bike fitting and trail briefing over a coffee at one of our local cafes.
  • Accommodation that is selected to suit your style and group
  • Daily breakfast
  • Daily luggage transfers with 15kg per bag weight allowance, extra bags can be stored or transferred to the end of the trail.

Options

  • Step through bikes with a more upright riding style.
  • Upgrade to a Merida or Scott Electric bike for an extra$50 per day
  • Add on a Door to door collection from Queenstown by one of our friendly team and a scenic drive Clyde.  We run two services a day 8am and 2pm.

What it will cost:

There are three grades of accommodation, generally all accommodation includes a continental breakfast. The exact price will depend on the accommodation that is available and suitable for your group.

Standard Accommodation (mainly share bathrooms)

  •  from $530.00pp add a night in Clyde from $60pp B&B

Superior Accommodation (ensuite/own bathroom)

  •  from $680.00pp add a night in Clyde from $85pp B&B

Accommodation is based on twin share and single supplements will apply for single travellers wanting their own room.

The trail finishes in Lawrence .You have the choice of continuing on to Dunedin by public transport or returning to Queenstown via Clyde by shuttle bus. You just need to let us know your preference and we will advise the cost and add it on to your tour.

Suggested Itineraries:

HIGHLIGHTS

This itinerary is a guideline only and can be tailor-made to suit your group.  Additional days and activities are easily added. 

POSSIBLE ITINERARY

PRE-TOUR OPTION – STAY A NIGHT IN HISTORIC CLYDE

We recommend you arrive in Clyde (Population 1000) the morning or afternoon before your ride.  Relax, unwind and explore this delightful historic town. The small but eclectic retail precinct has Art Galleries, Home-wares stores, specialist food-stores and an artisan ice cream shop.  The range of restaurants is second to none with at least 5 choices of places to eat; from casual fine dining to an outstanding local takeaway. Visit the Clyde Museum and Herb Factory, enjoy one of the short walks or visit local artists.  We fit your bikes on arrival so they are ready for you the next morning.   Alternatively add an extra day’s hire  to explore the local vineyards on your bike.  Stay the night, so you are rearing to go the next morning after breakfast.

DAY 1 – CLYDE TO ROXBURGH DAM – 36 KM also 13 KM Boat ride

Your Roxburgh Gorge / Clutha Gold Trails adventure starts at our Bike It Now! depot in Clyde.

We fit your bikes and then enjoy a complimentary drink while we run through our tour briefing.

You then cycle the river route to Alexandra, joining the Roxburgh Gorge Trail there.

Clyde to Alexandra 12kms

This section of the Trail follows the Clutha River from The Big Red Bridge to the Big Grey Bridge in Alexandra. This is easy single track riding you just need to be aware of other users as it is a walking and cycling track. Our bikes all have bells very useful in this section.

Alexandra to Doctors Point 10kms

This part of the trail begins in Alexandra passing under the Alexandra bridge and beside the historic bridge piers. The Manuherikia River joins the Clutha river and you enter into the gorge within 1km on the track start. Be amazed by the quick transition from urban to remote and the awe inspiring gorge setting. The trail gains height as it makes its way to Butchers Creek (4.1km) where you will see stone walled water races and signs of the old gold mining days.  The trail stops beside the boat jetty at Doctors Point.  This is where you will meet the boat at a pre-arranged time for a relaxing transfer down the lake to Shingle Creek.

Shingle Creek to Roxburgh Dam 11kms

From the Shingle Creek Jetty you ascend gradually into a more rural setting, passing through small secluded valleys. As you approach the Roxburgh Dam the rugged isolated landscape allows you to take in stunning vistas up and down the lake.

Overnight: Lake Roxburgh Village or a short 9kms down the river to Roxburgh

DAY 2 – COMMISSIONERS FLAT TO MILLERS FLAT – 29 KM

Commissioners Flat to Roxburgh 9kms

Start by crossing over the Roxburgh Dam, turning right to Commissioners Flat. This is the starting point of the Clutha Gold Trail. This part of the trail takes you alongside the mighty Clutha Mata-au Rivers – its distinctive turquoise colour, constant flow and ever changing moods become interwoven with your experience.  Look out for signs of the original search for gold and imagine what the hardy settlers faced in the early days.

As you travel downstream you cannot miss the orchards on both sides of the valley creating a splash of colour at every season.

Roxburgh to Millers Flat 20kms

Meander along the riverside and enjoy a break in your journey at Pinders Pond, 5km beyond Roxburgh. There are many things to look out for along this part of the trail, including stunning rock formations both on the hillsides and in the river, and the largest stand of regenerating native Kanuka (tea trees).

Overnight: Millers Flat

DAY 3 – MILLERS FLAT TO LAWRENCE – 44.1 KM

Millers Flat to Beaumont 25kms

This section of the trail takes you from the pastoral farm land and orchards around Millers Flat through the remoteness of the Beaumont Gorge before re-emerging beside the main highway at the Beaumont Bridge. Visit the historic Horseshoe Bend Bridge, and for an added story take a short detour from the Horseshoe Bend Bridge car park up the road to the site of the Lonely Graves.

Beaumont to Lawrence 20kms

From Beaumont you start the climb towards the highest point of the trail and through the Big Hill Tunnel.  After the tunnel you descend into lush green farmland connecting with and crossing the highway several times.  There are many reminders of the area’s history along the route, including the discovery of gold, milling of flax fibre for rope making around Evans Flat and the arrival of the Chinese prospectors to the goldfields.

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Posted in: 3-5 Days, All Tours, Clutha Gold, Featured, Roxburgh Gorge, Roxburgh Gorge & Clutha Gold Tours, Self Guided Cycle Tours

A Short Trip into the Roxburgh Gorge

Date: August 26th, 2014, Posted by admin

Additional information

Distances
Clyde to Alexandra – 12kms  (River Track)

Alexandra to Doctors Point – 10kms  (Roxburgh Gorge Trail)

Alexandra to Clyde – 8kms (Otago Central Rail Trail)

Trip Options

Cycle Only Option

The complete Cycle without the Boat option is just our normal day hire rate of $60  ($120 Electric Bike)

This trip does not need advance bookings – just rock up to our shop (In the busy times please ring or call in the day beforehand to ensure we have bike for you. if you would like an Electric Bike you will need to prebook

Cycle with return Boat trip ( Remember this needs to be booked well in advance to enable us to coordinate with the boat operators
Two options
1. Return back directly to Alexandra Jetty from Doctors Point approximately 20 minutes
This trip includes hire of bike and boat trip. Minimum of 2

2. Return back to Alexandra via the Gold Workings. You will be given a very informative tour and will have refreshments provided this will take approximately 80 minutes.

This trip includes hire of bike and boat trip and Tour. Minimum of 3.

Please contact us for pricing.

Posted in: All Tours, One Day Wonders Tours, Roxburgh Gorge, Roxburgh Gorge & Clutha Gold Tours, Self Guided Cycle Tours

Self Guided Otago Central Rail Trail Tour – 5 days

Date: August 26th, 2014, Posted by admin

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Options

  • Upgrade to a Merida Electric bike for an extra $50 per day ( Please specify if needs to be a step through version)

What it will cost:

There are three grades of accommodation, generally all accommodation includes a continental breakfast. The exact price will depend on the accommodation that is available and suitable for your group.

Standard Accommodation (mainly share bathrooms)

  •  from $760.00pp add a night in Clyde from $65pp B&B

Superior Accommodation (ensuite/own bathroom)

  •  from $970.00pp add a night in Clyde from $100pp B&B

Boutique/Lodge Accommodation

  • Price on application, please talk to us about your requirements. Upgrade for one night for a special treat or occasion!

Accommodation is based on twin share and single supplements will apply for single travelers requesting their own room.

The trail finishes in Middlemarch . You have the choice of continuing on to Dunedin by shuttle bus including stops at Dunedin airport or returning to Queenstown via Clyde by shuttle bus. You just need to let us know your preference and we add it on to your tour.

Posted in: 3-5 Days, All Tours, Otago Central Rail Trail Tours, Rail Trail, Self Guided Cycle Tours

Fully Supported Alps 2 Ocean Superior Tour 6 days / 5 nights

Date: August 22nd, 2014, Posted by admin

 The Alps2Ocean  trail runs from Mt Cook all the way to the Pacific Ocean.  

Our tour ensures that you enjoy the best of the completed sections of the trail, with some on road cycling.  Where we are cycling on roads these are minor gravel roads and quiet canal roads.  For our client’s safety and ensuring you have the best experience of this amazing slice of New Zealand. 

What’s Included:

  • Your Bike… For a comfortable ride we offer the latest Scott, Trek and Avanti 29″ and 27.5″. You can also look at our fleet of Scott European manufactured Electric Bikes. These bikes are all perfect for the more challenging riding on the Alps2Ocean route.
  • Your Accommodation…. You will have ensuite accommodation throughout the tour.
  • The Food…Daily continental breakfast, 5 packed lunches and 3 dinners are included in the tour price.  All other meals are on your own account. Our guide will help you with the lunch options in the areas that you require them.  Our included dinners are at Shawties in Twizel, Lake Ohau Lodge and the Heritage in Omarama.
  • The Support…One of our guides will drive our support vehicle (modern Ford Transit Tour Van), lead you on off-trail excursions and prepare our trail-side morning and afternoon teas. Cyclists need to be able to cycle independently 15-20km (2-2.5 hours cycling), as this is the distance between check in locations when you can choose to take a break in the vehicle, grab a snack or refill your water bottle.

Departures:

  • Departs from Queenstown on demand with a minimum of 6 people, subject to availability.

What it will cost:

  • NZ$2800.00 per person.  The tour price is based on Twin/Double share accommodation for a minimum of 6 passengers. Price on application for larger groups. 

ITINERARY

DAY 1: QUEENSTOWN TO TWIZEL

Meals: Afternoon Tea and evening meal.

Overnight Twizel: Omahau Downs Lodge – ensuite / private bathroom

DAY 2: MT COOK TO TWIZEL

Helicopter ride: Glentanner Station to Tasman Point

Cycling distance: 40 – 70kms (dependent on riding abilities)

Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Morning and Afternoon Tea

Overnight Twizel: Omahau Downs Lodge – ensuite / private bathroom

DAY 3: TWIZEL TO OHAU LODGE

Cycling distances: 39km

Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Morning and Afternoon Tea, Dinner at Lodge

Overnight Lake Ohau: Lake Ohau Lodge  – 1 x Huxley Wing rooms 

DAY 4: LAKE OHAU LODGE TO OMARAMA

Cycling distances: 42km

Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Morning snacks and Afternoon Tea, Evening meal

Overnight Omarama: Heritage Gateway – Ensuite rooms

DAY 5: OMARAMA TO DUNTROON

Cycling distances: 83kms (long day)

Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Morning snacks and Afternoon Tea,

Overnight Kurow – Waitaki Braids – Ensuite rooms

DAY 6: DUNTROON TO OAMARU (QUEENSTOWN)

Cycling distances: 54kms

Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Morning snacks.

Contact us for a detailed itinerary!

Posted in: 5+ Days, All Tours, Alps 2 Ocean

2013 / 2014 Competition Winning Photograph

Date: May 23rd, 2014, Posted by admin

Rail Trail Crossing Gregor Vallely

Posted in: Latest News

Bike it Now!

2013 / 2014 Competition Winning Photograph