3 Hour Guided Ride



Ride Byron ‘like a local’ on a Lifecycles Travel Guided Ride. We’ll show the best of the Byron coast and hinterland and do our best to improve your cycling along the way. Go to new heights, test your limits and get the best out of your time spent on the road with your cycling tour guide. 

Duration: 3 hours

Start Time: 7am daily

Difficulty: Beginner, intermediate & advanced ride options available

Start Location: We will meet you at your accommodation

Transfers are included: To & from the starting point

Group size: We can cater for groups up 20 people

Price: $130 per person 3 hours

What’s Included:

  • Return transfers to and from your accommodation
  • Complimentary bike hire and setup on your Trek carbon fibre road bike
  • Welcome and pre-ride safety briefing by our professional tour guides
  • Personalised route selection based on your preference & ability
  • Mid-ride coffee stop with your guide at one of our favourite hinterland cafes
  • Home-made riding snacks and
  • A Lifecycles Travel drink bottle for you to keep

To add additional riders, simply adjust the quantity below near the add to basket button:

SKU: DGR1-1-1-1 Category:


Next Steps to securing your booking:

  1. Before booking, please make sure that you have read and understood our Guided Ride Terms and Conditions.
  2. Make your online payment using a credit card
  3. You’ll then receive a booking confirmation email from Lifecycles Travel. This email will request further details for your bike set up, accessories, address details for our tour transfers and any dietary requirements you may have. Make sure you correctly enter your email address on our online store.
  4. Lifecycles Travel will meet you on the day of the cycling tour.

If you have any questions prior to booking or about the ride give us a call on +61422768617 or email bookings@lifecyclestravel.com.

Additional information

Include complimentary bike hire?

Yes, I require a bike, No, I'm bringing my own

How long would you like to ride?

3 hours, 5 hours