Whether you aspire to race, or just want to enjoy a gentle cruise through New Zealand’s many trails every now and then, we can help you out.
Get started by checking out these useful links on the right. Talk to your local bike shop or club about hitting the trails and don't hesitate to give it a crack. We've also put together a handy tips and tricks section just for you.
Now that you've got the basics sorted and are looking to improve your riding, we can help make you faster, fitter and more skilful.
Now might be the perfect time to find a coach, or join your local club if you haven’t already. Don't forget to check out all the awesome events you can do as well so you can measure yourself against the rest.
QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand (April 18, 2014) – A long Good Friday at Queenstown Bike Festival saw nearly one hundred hardcore mountain bikers take on a five stage, 13.75 kilometre timed race starting at Coronet Peak base lodge and ending on the valley floor around five hours later.
QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand (April 17, 2014) – One of the showpiece events of Queenstown Bike Festival went off big time this evening as top Kiwi and international riders soared high above hundreds of boisterous spectators at the annual Slopestyle comp, New Zealand’s only Freeride Mountain Bike (FMB) World Tour 2014 event.
QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand (April 15, 2014) – Action on day four of the Queenstown Bike Festival returned to Queenstown Bike Park for the Vertigo Bikes Dirtmasters Downhill, New Zealand’s only gondola-assisted downhill race.
QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand (April 12, 2014) – Early drizzle and a chilly southerly wind did not dampen the spirits of more than 150 hardy competitors in today’s Vertigo Bikes Super D Enduro, the first event of this year’s Queenstown Bike Festival.
HRH Prince George will take his first bike home from New Zealand – an Avanti Lil Ripper 12” bike with a helmet, proudly gifted by Avanti, one of Australasia’s leading cycle brands.