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The ‘OT’

Challenge yourself —
Part Day Guided Tour

The ‘OT’

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  • $210

What to bring

When you come on a tour it is important to wear the right clothing. We recommend comfortable loose fitting clothing that you are willing to get a little dirty and a long sleeve shirt to protect your arms from sunburn. Good comfortable shoes that enclose your feet are a must, no thongs, sandals or heels.

We also recommend that you bring a water bottle and sunscreen.

Our extreme course challenges even the most experienced MTB riders.

This is our extreme tour and not for the faint-hearted. You need to be an experienced mountain bike rider willing to take on rock gardens, jumps, drops, berms, tight switchbacks, roots and ruts.

We ride from Seawinds to the Arthurs Seat State Mountain Biking Park. Once there, we ride the loop trail (green) around to our first trail Wonga. From there we move onto Rock Salt (blue) before riding up to Wombat Junction to ride other trails in the park as per consensus in the group. You can view these trails by visiting:

At the end of our tour, we head down to the Boundary Road carpark in the Hillview Community Reserve where there is an opportunity to grab a refreshment as we load the bikes and prepare to return you to Seawinds in our shuttle bus.

This tour is approximately 3 to 3.5 hours and is not suitable for children.


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Safety &

Safety & Important Information

We will provide a quality mountain e-bike and a Lamar Berg-EM helmet, designed specifically for e-mountain bike riding. We provide full instruction and familiarisation before commencing our adventure along with support throughout the journey.

It is vital that you ride within your abilities and only do what you are comfortable doing. If you have doubts — stop, dismount and walk your bike past any terrain you are not comfortable tackling and/or talk to your guide.

Keep a safe distance between riders and look out for other trail users. When approaching walkers ring your bell and loudly state your intentions. i.e. three bikes passing on the left, or 5 bikes passing on the right (note your guide will normally do this). Slow down past walkers and always be courteous. Like you, they are out for a fun day.

You may encounter horse riders who share some of our trails. If so, pull to one side of the trail and stop. Communicate with the rider and let them pass or wait for their instruction to ride on. More often than not your guide will be there first to handle the situation.

From time to time we will come across wildlife. Keep your distance and by all means, stop and take a picture but just remember they are not tame and may react to an unwanted advance. Give animals their space and listen to your guides instruction.

We are Licenced Tour Operators with Parks Vic and all our guides are first aid trained and have Working with Children checks.

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