Mountainous elevations, UNESCO landscapes, challenges for all levels of rider. Add to that the paradise of the villa, sumptuous breakfasts, ridiculously cheap massages; this was a bike rider’s dream holiday. The city traffic may look chaotic, but once you are on the road, the locals are very forgiving and you may even ace your bike handling skills. I loved every minute and came back with some awesome memories. Get on this tour and make your own!
Shannon Miraglia, April 2016
As a regular visitor to Bali and cyclist, I’d never even considered riding in Bali. It turned out to be one of the best weeks I’ve ever had on a bike. Long steady climbs and long fun descents through the many small villages back to the coast and our luxury villa for lunch and a swim. Definitely would do it again!
Colin Reay, April 2016
Bali is a wonderful island to see by bike. It is a great opportunity to climb some tough hills, as well as cruise along with seaside or rice patty views. The road surface is fantastic, (much better than Australian roads!) and the traffic is patient and accomodating. Relaxation after a big day consists of lazing by the pool, cheap massages and delicious cuisine. It’s definitely an experience I hope to have again!
Jai Gill, July 2016
Throughout our April trip, Amy Bradley made a vlog that was showcased by Cycling Maven: