To celebrate my birthday on April 21, I’m giving away a Bali cycling holiday for two people!

The prize is our Bali by Bike package, which features six nights luxury accommodation, five days of guided cycling, all your food and laundry, plus airport transfers in Bali.

All you have to do is enter your name and email address below:

When people think of Bali, they usually think of days spent by the pool, cheap massages, and Bintang’s on the beach at sunset. Rarely do people think of getting out onto the busy streets of Bali for a day of cycling, but that is all changing, thanks to a proliferation of companies offering a variety of cycling experiences.

Life is always better when viewed from two wheels under your own power, and Bali is no exception.

If you’re someone who likes to experience a different country and different culture in a different way, then this trip is perfect for you. If you’re someone who hates the idea of a lazy holiday then this is the perfect alternative.

Your 7 day Bali cycling holiday includes:

  1. 6 nights luxury accommodation.
  2. Full ride support.
  3. 5 days cycling.
  4. All meals and drinks (alcohol not included).
  5. Airport transfers.
  6. Watt Bomb cycling kit.
  7. High5 nutritional products.
  8. Professional photos and videos.
  9. Laundry washed and folded.
  10. Afternoon activities including cooking class, silver making, yoga and massage.

To make the most of cycling in Bali, it is best to be on the road early. All of our Bali by Bike trips will leave from our accommodation at 6.30am, where we will be greeted by our happy-go-lucky guide Gede and support team, soft morning air, and spectacular golden sunrises.

There is a practicality to leaving this early too. Not only will you be off the main roads and into the villages before most Balinese wake up, you will also beat the afternoon heat, making it home to the accommodation ready to jump into the pool by lunchtime.

We cover approximately 450km across the five days, so you will soon see that the early morning starts are worth it!

It also leaves more time for swimming, relaxing, experiencing Bali in the afternoon, and a nap before dinner 🙂