Bicycle Transport

Sydney Adventure Tours can deliver you and up to 9 friends or family members to fresh cycling territory for a day ride, or help you get to and from your multi day bicycle tour.

Has your family or riding group grown bored of the routes close to home? Are there some longer one-way routes you are keen to check out? Uncertain about taking public transportation with your bicycles? Lacking the capacity to drive all the bicycles you need to the start of your ride? Do you need a support vehicle to be available for your longer ride?

We’re here to help. We can drive up to 10 cyclists and their bikes to destinations within 3 hours of Sydney

Sydney Adventure Tours will collect you and your bicycles and deliver you to cycling routes in greater Sydney.

We can drop you off at one location and pick you up at another.

Hunter Valley with Elizabeth
Riders holding up their bikes at Scarborough wines
Girls on bikes taking selfie with vines in the background
Two girls riding down hill on bikes past grape vines
Transport Vehicle at the Hunter Valley overlooking Broke mountain range from Scarborough Wines

We can act as support and gear (SAG) vehicle – has someone in your group hit the wall and needs a lift the rest of the way? We can do that. Want to ride without tools? Leave them in the vehicle and we’ll bring them to you if you need them. Fill an esky with cold drinks, pack a picnic for the end of your ride – we have room to carry that for you while you ride.

Choose your own adventure

Destinations are only limited by your imagination. We are here to transport you, your bicycles, and any supplies you might need to the start of your ride and to collect you at the end.

Experience some of Sydney’s best leisure ride destinations like the Cooks River, Centennial Park, or the Parramatta River. Further afield – ride from Thirroul to Wollongong along the ocean or enjoy Lady Carrington Drive in Royal National Park.

For mountain bikers we can deliver you to places like the Wylde Mountain Bike Park, any of the trails in the Blue Mountains, other nearby national parks, or the Manly Dam.

Road cyclists – do you have a group that wants to do a big one-way ride on the quieter roads on the city fringe?  Time to get to do some climbing up and down the hilly central coast roads? Or log some kilometres in the Hawkesbury region? We can get you there and back.

Maybe you want to combine riding your bicycles with some wine tasting in the Hunter Valley – we can do that too.

Are you putting together a tour and need to be dropped in one location then picked up days later someplace else? We can do that.

Prices

There is a minimum booking fee of $345 for up to five (5) passengers for a three (3) hour booking – prices are determined by the amount of time required and the number of bicyclists to be transported.

Conditions to note

This is a transport service – no guiding available

Under our existing insurance, we can deliver you to your destination but cannot, at the time, offer guiding services or select destinations for you.

Email or telephone today to discuss your adventure and get a quote

    Email elizabeth@sydneyadventuretours.com or craig@sydneyadventuretours.com ring either 0415 260 094 or 0406 077 714 to start planning you Sydney cycling adventure.

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