Here in Cairns, Far North Queensland we are definitely spoilt for choice. When it comes to riding natural terrain we've got the lot amazing jungle singles, crystal clear creek and river crossings, gnarly hill climbs, luscious rain-forests, ferny gullies, overgrown fire-trails, hidden rocky goat tracks, flowwy grass-lands, wide-open pristine beaches & super fast sandy tracks. Get ready for the most majestic views and insane rainforest sections you could possibly ever see, we have it and ride it all.
The options of trails we have on offer to ride are endless and can be suited to all abilities of rider from novices through to seasoned hard off-roaders. Cape York tours are run in the 'dry' season and usually start around May, a great time to get out of the southern states and head north for some sunshine. Once the 'wet' has passed this allows the tracks and roads north to be opened up again and the rivers and creeks start to become passable again. Changing every year, the conditions and weather is now perfect for these trips and definitely an exciting time ride.
We continue to run our short enduro tours throughout the year, picking and choosing the trails we know will be the best to ride with you according to weather, trail conditions and seasonal trail closures. We love to ride, tropical rain or shine.
Depending on the tour our destinations may include Cairns, Cape York, Mt Molloy, Black Mountain Road, Mossman, Port Douglas, Lion's Den Hotel, Wujal Wujal Falls, Wakooka, Roaring Meg Falls, CREB track, Bloomfield, Kuranda Range, Cape Tribulation, PK's Jungle Village, Daintree Village, Port Douglas, Palm Cove, Coen, Cooktown, Bamaga, Mapoon, New Mapoon, Laura, Old Laura, and many more. We will not necessarily visit all of the above mentioned, or in that order.
If enduro riding is not your thing we could take you to see some spectacular waterfalls or exotic swimming-holes, radical look-outs or maybe to explore Cairns, Kuranda, Palm Cove and Port Douglas or perhaps visit the expansive sugar cane country township of Mossman and ride to Cape Tribulation in the beautiful world heritage Daintree Rainforest. You might even like to go and catch a Barra for dinner at the Barramundi farm or try to spot a Cassowary and some Crocs. Whatever you want to do we can entertain your group, taking a minimum of 6 riders on our short tours and 14 riders on our Cape York tours we can move quickly, covering more area regardless of skill levels. Ask us about custom sightseeing tour options.
No matter what the groups ability or our destination there are plenty of spectacular spots to visit up here, the tracks can challenge and will put grins on all riders faces from novices through to seasoned hard-core enthusiasts.