Bike It Now! supports all Central Otago Cycle Trails and also the Alps to Ocean. These trails are able to ridden by all ages and stages – you will need some bike fitness to ensure you enjoy the adventure.
With our headquarters being in the Historic town of Clyde we are able to offer self guided and fully supported options on the Otago Central Rail Trail, Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Trails. On the Alps to Ocean Trail we only offer fully supported tours. We offer “One Day Wonder”” and “Two Day Fantastic” ride options on the Otago Central Rail Trail and the Roxburgh Gorge for those on shorter time frames.
Our “One Day Wonder” begins at our Clyde Shop on Holloway Street – with your bike fitting and tour briefing at 9.30am. We then transfer you to Old Cromwell Town (Bannockburn or Smiths Way) to begin your ride. You have all day to enjoy this amazing ride. The Lake Dunstan Trail is a TWO WAY […]
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.
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.
The trail offers 73km of cycling from the Lake Roxburgh Dam to the historic gold mining town of Lawrence.
The Trail The Lake Dunstan Walking and Cycling Trail links the townships of Clyde and Cromwell. The trail offers cyclists and walkers an a 52km ride (Grade 1-2) through unique and fascinating landscapes so characteristic of Central Otago as it journeys along Lake Dunstan, the Kawarau River and the mighty Clutha River Mata-au. The trail follows the true […]
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.
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.
Lake Wanaka is the perfect base for your next cycling holiday. The extensive trail network offers biking for every level of rider and style of riding — all set amongst the backdrop of the crystal clear lake and mountains of Mt Aspiring National Park.