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Waikato Mountain Biking and Cycling, New Zealand

Showing 5 results for Mountain Biking and Cycling in Waikato, New Zealand.


Location: Waikato - Paeroa

Welcome to Pedlars Motel, a first-rate lifestyle accommodation that is fit for purpose for the Rail Trail. Purpose built to suit any conference, corporate occasion, board meeting, corporate retreat, exhibition or function for up to 30 people. Take your choice from our generously furnished deluxe studios or our fully equipped family units...(more)


Location: Waikato - Raglan

Raglan Watersports invite you to join them in the wonderful setting of Raglan on a surfboard, paddleboard, mountain bike or in a kayak. Take a kiteboarding, paddleboarding or surfing lesson or a spot of fishing. A one-stop-shop for so many different watersport experiences, whether for pleasure, relaxation or for the more extreme adrenalin-pumping kiteboarding...(more)

THE TIMBER TRAIL - Pureora, Waikato

Location: Waikato - Waitomo

Boasting some of the highest and longest suspension bridges in New Zealand, the Timber Trail is a Pureora Forest Cycletrail that weaves its way through ancient forest, across ancestral lands of local Maori Tribes, and along part of the historic Ongarue Tramway. Experience the feeling of being suspended in time, as you begin your ride along the 85km Timber Trail...(more)


Location: Waikato - Hamilton

We believe the future of transportation is electric. We want to make it easy for you to browse, find and try an electric bike (e-bike) that works for you, from an extensive range of high quality German and American brands. From commuters, to folding e-bikes to electric mountain bikes, we have a bike to suit your budget and use...(more)


Location: Waikato - Waitomo

The Pa Harakeke visitor centre is open 7days a week in summer and 5days the rest of the year. Quality chalet accommodation and conference room facility are also available and located close to the start of the Timber Trail. They welcome all visitors to Pure-ora; cyclists, trampers, bird-watchers, eco-cultural enthusiasts and especially visitors from other countries and of other cultures...(more)