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Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours

  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours
  • Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours

Born and raised in Tasmanian waters, the team at Eudaimonia Tasmanian Cycling Tours believe that Tasmania is best explored outdoors.

We think that riding along open roads, whether surrounded by trees, a body of water, or maybe nothing but your own breath, is the perfect way to find oneself; to appreciate our place on this earth and how much there is around us.

We want to help you step away from your everyday routine of work and scheduled rides and experience Tasmania in the best way known by our team; on two self-propelled wheels. We’re not here to tear each other to shreds (although in the right scenario, that is always a possibility). While we can’t guarantee tropical weather (or anything close for that matter), we’re here to find a balance between putting your feet up, relaxing by the pool and exploring what we have identified as the best parts of Tasmania.

Whether you have two hours or two weeks, we are here to do all the thinking for you.

From accommodation, route selection and the assurance of having a local to guide you along the way, we want you to experience the best Tassie has to offer.

We pride ourselves in supporting rural communities and small businesses as our way of saying thank you to the amazing state in which we live!

Inhale the crisp, clear air of the Off Season on these two cool rides. Mark the shortest day of the year with a 2-day winter solstice ride from Devonport to Hobart. Get wild, lost and found on the 3-day Mid Winter Festival Bikepacking experience, in the heart of the Huon Valley. For more Off Season experiences, head to the website. *Terms and conditions apply. Contact operator for details.
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Phone:
0448 447 676

Email:
enquiries@tasmaniancyclingtours.com

Address:
129 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart, Tasmania, 7005

https://tasmaniancyclingtours.com/
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Please select a tour service below to find out more information:

    • Tour of Tasmania
    • Bruny Island & Southern Trove Tour
    • Ultimate Gravel Tour of Tasmania
    • West Coast Tour of Tasmania
    • Southern Explorer
    • Meander Valley Tour
    • Huon Valley Mid Winter Festival
    • Strathgordon
    • Kunanyi Challenge
    • We have designed an 11 day cycling experience where you just bring your cycling gear and we take care of the rest. With 8 guided rides, a day spent at Derby, some hiking at both Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Park and evenings spent over a glass of wine and good food, get ready to be pampered on this 10 day Tasmanian cycling experience.

    • Starting and ending in Hobart, we’re excited to bring you a three-day food and riding journey around the ‘Southern Trove’ area (Bruny Island, Cygnet and Huonville). One of our favourite places to ride a bike, we not only explore our favourite parts of Southern Tasmania, but take you through a full Tasmanian gastronomic experience in the process. We have designed a 3 day cycling experience where you just bring your cycling gear and we take care of the rest. With 3 guided rides, a guided yoga and relaxation session, evenings spent over locally sourced food and beverages and scenery you will simply never forget. This is not just a cycling tour, this is an experience you will remember forever.

    • We’re excited to offer a 7 day road and gravel tour of Tasmania. We kick off the first day with an epic 140km including an optional summit of the famous Ben Lomond and Jacob’s Ladder. We follow an ‘off the beaten track’ route to Freycinet National Park as well as traversing the Hydro focused Central Highlands. With the emergence of the gravel scene in the cycling community and the endless forestry and back gravel roads in Tasmania, this tour is not to be missed. Most of the gravel in Tassie is pretty tame, as such tyres with a minimum of 32mm clearance and disc breaks will suffice. There are a number of steep sections on this route so be prepared to bring your best climbing legs to the party.

    • We’re excited to offer you a comprehensive tour of the wild West Coast of Tasmania. From Cradle mountain to Queenstown and back into the mountains of the Central Highlands, the West Coast of Tasmania has some truly stunning scenery to showcase.

    • Geevston and the Tahune were devastated by fires at the beginning of 2019. As such, we feel passionate about doing our part by assisting the economy of this small isolated town, while showcasing a few of our favourite pockets of Southern Tasmania. We will witness the devastating effect climate change has on our natural environment and its breathtaking ability to re-heal itself.

    • The Meander Valley region is located in the heart of Northern Tasmania and full of an array of quaint country towns and mountain ranges. We are excited to present a comprehensive tour of a few of our favourite roads, bakery stops and wineries in a district well known for its agriculture.

    • Get wild, lost and found in our Mid Winter Festival Bikepacking experience. A weekend not to be missed in the Huon Valley. We will be starting and ending this tour in Hobart and believe this is possibly the best way to experience Tasmania during the winter. For us the Huon Valley Mid Winter Festival is everything we love about the Huon Valley. We not only get to show you this beautiful part of our magical state, but also integrate you into the local produce and providore this region is able to showcase.

    • Explorer Strathgordon and the surrounding dams and forestry history on a 3 day cycling experience around Strathgordon and the West Coast of Tasmania. Tasmania’s South West is a land of imposing mountains, raging rivers, button-grass plains and ancient forests. It contains the state’s largest national park — the aptly named Southwest National Park — and it is as remote as it is wild. It is the region’s wild nature that makes it such an enticing destination for a cycling adventure. This one is targeted toward the more intrepid adventurer. We will be taking a couple of forestry roads.

    • The Kunanyi Challenge is set in Hobart's backyard with the event starting at the Longley International Pub, heading up Kunanyi (Mount Wellington). There are two challenges to choose from; you can ride to the summit (21.6kms) or to the Spring (14.1km).