McLaren Vale Mountain Bike and Wine Tour
Explore the McLaren Vale wine region the best way, by bike! Come along and enjoy a beautiful day of exploring the hills and vineyards of South Australia by bike along sections of the Kidman Trail. This is a great way to spend the day and don't worry, we will take the sting out of the climbs by starting at the highest point in the area and riding mostly downhill!
Come and enjoy a wonderful day riding through the South Australian countryside on a high quality mountain bike, with a little wine tasting thrown in too!
You will be picked up in central Adelaide in our luxury 4WD and transported to the McLaren Vale wine region. You will start off by exploring the beautiful Kuitpo forest, before riding along sections of the Kidman trail and then enjoying the descent down Willunga Hill towards McLaren Vale.
You then ride through the vineyards and stop at a number of local wineries to sample their fare and perhaps purchase some wine to take home. You will also stop for a lunch comprising of local produce along the way. The final destination may vary depending on the wants and needs of the group.
Finally, you will be picked up and transported back to Adelaide. The riding is fairly leisurely and is suitable for anyone who is happy riding a bike on firetracks and country roads. Vehicle support is included and any wines purchased (or tired riders!) can be picked up for you by our driver.
Transport from Central Adelaide in luxury a 4WD
Use of a quality mountain bike with front suspension and hydraulic disc brakes
Use of a helmet
A mixed platter of local produce for lunch
Wine tasting at 3 local wineries
A full days guiding with a fully qualified local bike guide
Full vehicle support for tired riders and wine purchases
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NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2020 - 2021 season. The 2020 - 2021 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021. The 2021 - 2022 season rates commence on the 1st April 2021.