For things to do Cairns, come and enjoy and explore the Kuranda Mowbray National Park on this One Day Cairns Trail Biking Tour through the Wet Tropics World Heritage listed spectacular rainforest route This sublime location offers an extremely excellent scenic track with lots of twists and turns, sometimes slippery and muddy with many beautiful creek crossings all which combine to ensure a trail biker rider’s haven!
Depart NQTBA headquarters heading into the rainforest, stopping for lunch at the iconic Mount Molloy Pub and then traverse more fantastic trails making your way back NQTBA headquarters.
This is a full day’s ride and caters to all levels of riding skills from the beginner to advanced. The trails are varied from fast and flowing fire trails to single track and old logging trails with many creek crossings. Ride through beautiful rainforest and tall timber country and enjoy a fantastic day on the trails and come back with some great photos and memories.
Please Note: All participants must have a current motorcycle licence. Tour prices subject to change without notice.
Bring a small backpack for personal items while riding containing:
Please Note: There is a $1000.00 bond for the hire bike and you must have a current motorcycle licence
All riders must have a current motorcycle licence a. Riders are responsible for their own accident insurance and sign a indemnity agreement before the start of a tour. It is highly recommended that travel insurance covers riding a motorbike and other such things as motorcycle touring, travel cancellation/interruption, personal accident insurance, medical, hospitalization & evacuation, property loss, repatriation etc.
Group discounts for groups over 6 people and special organizer benefits
All hire bikes are Suzuki DRZ 400E models. All bikes are modified with bush bash plates, Renthal handlebars, side cover plates, bark busters hand protectors and the ride suspension is set up for the trail conditions we ride. All bikes are fitted with Acerbis long-range fuel tanks, so no need to carry fuel in your backpack, a number one cardinal sin for bike riders.