What can I expect on an Adventure Ride?

Our tours are Adventure rides (off-road) with varying degrees of difficulty. Riders can choose a ride that suits their riding level allowing them to experience everything from bitumen to gravel roads, water crossings, single trail and sand tracks. If you need any further information please contact us on 0427 285 623

What experience do I need?

A valid motorcycle license is a must. All of our tours are rated so a variety of experience and ability is catered for. If you haven’t ridden off road regularly we recommend you taking a course or getting out every weekend to practice before the tour. You need to ensure you are picking a tour that suits your ability. We ride to enjoy the scenery and have fun! If you are unsure of your ability get in touch with us 0427 285 623.

What gear do I need?

All riders are required to wear appropriate safety gear including protective pants and jacket, boots, gloves, full-faced helmet, wet weather gear and goggles if needed. No exposed skin. You will also need to bring your own water, sunscreen and of course a camera to take home lasting memories of your adventure. Personal gear for overnight adventures will vary depending on whether we are camping out or staying at the local pub.

Accommodation & Food

Accommodation and food will vary depending on the tour and will be either in a friendly local pub or camping out under the stars. Please see individual trip details for more information.

Safety Considerations

We are very conscious of rider safety at all times. Both lead and sweep riders hold First Aid certificates and carry mobile phones and personal EPIRB.


We recommend that all riders take advantage of the discounted Personal Accident Insurance offered by the Australian Motorists Association as part of their AMA Plus membership. Join here

Can you do custom tours?

We certainly can, just give us a call and we can work on an itinerary to suit your needs. 0427 285 623

Grade Levels

1. Beginners - tar and dirt roads, twisting bends, fire trails. Leisurely riding.
2. Intermediate - steepish hills, rocks, mud, water crossings. Some technical skills required.
3. Advanced - deep creek crossings, very steep hills, rutted trails. Are you insane?