Bike Tours in Launceston


At the formation of the Tamar River from the North and South Esk, Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania (after Hobart).  It has a temperate climate, is a very cycle friendly city and well situated for the winery region, the Tamar Valley and coastal routes across northern and eastern Tasmania - as well as some excellent mountain biking country. The annual Launceston Cycling Festival takes place in November.

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Tasmania Wild West Coast

9 Day(s)
642 km
avg 107 Km
Guided

Tasmania is the smallest and only island state in Australia. It is wonderful biking country with its low population density and wide variety of magnificent scenery, from fabulous beaches to magnificent mountains. ...

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Tasmania East Coast Explorer

8 Day(s)
Moderate
487 km
avg 81 Km
Guided

Tasmania is the smallest and only island state in Australia. It is wonderful biking country with fabulous beaches and magnificent mountains. You will enjoy a close encounter with unique Australian wildlife, experience early colonial history and stay ...

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Ride the Taste

2.5 Hour(s)
Guided

After working up an appetite from riding along Launceston's scenic cycle ways we stop for lunch at the award winning Stillwater Restaurant. Here you will sample the finest seasonal offerings carefully selected by the Stillwater chefs.Your taste b ...

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Leisurely Launceston

3.5 Hour(s)
Easy
16 km
Guided

The three and half hour leisurely ride will take you along some of Launceston's best cycle ways.You'll visit parks and gardens, ride through charming back streets and pedal along the North Esk and Tamar Rivers.You will hear intriguing stories ...

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East Coast Explorer

9 Day(s)
Easy-Moderate
Guided

Over nine action packed days you will explore the breathtaking coastline of Tasmania from the spectacular Bay of Fires in the north down to the staggering cliffs and historical sites of the Tasman Peninsular in the South. This tour will cater to a wi ...

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Cycle, Kayak and Walk Tasmania

6 Day(s)
Easy-Moderate
Guided

Selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazine's '50 Tours of a Lifetime' this complete active adventure traverses all the must-see highlights of Tasmania's spectacular East Coast. With a combination of vehicle supported cyc ...

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Ben Lomond Mountain Bike Descent

1 Day(s)
Easy
Guided

In the north east of Tasmania stands a proud dolerite peak, Ben Lomond. With its ski-field at the summit it is already an adventure playground however the road to the summit is what gets mountain bikers very excited. The road, known as Jacob's La ...

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Tasmania Continental Enduro Series (EWSC)/MTB Trip

10 Day(s)
Mod-Advanced

�After our successful 2017 MTB trip to NE Tasmania incorporating the Derby stopover of the Enduro World Series (EWS), we are returning to �The Apple Isle� in 2018 with a longer-duration trip, more amazing trails in more locations, and a fresh, new ta ...

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Taste & Tour de Tassie

8 Day(s)
Guided

The home of Riche Porte, the Tassie Devil, some of the best wines in the world. Tasmania, just across the ditch from the big bold land of Australia, Prestine beaches, organic food, and devine wines.Ride with us heading towards Hobart on this special ...

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Tasmania East Coast Classic

7 Day(s)
Moderate
274 km
avg 55 Km
Self-guided

Tasmania is an island roughly the size of West Virginia or Switzerland, located 240 km off the south-east corner of mainland Australia. Next stop south is Antarctica, 2000 km away. Cycling on Tasmania's east coast is one of Australia's truly spectac ...

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