The Voltage is a tried and true member of the free ride bike community and with a slightly re-tooled frame and hot new look it will be turning heads on the gondola and on the trail. Light and poppy while also slack and forgiving the Voltage is the perfect weapon for the Queenstown Bike Park!
The Avanti Torrent is the Swiss army knife of mountain bikes, a full suspension trail bike with six inches of front and rear travel and new industry leading 27.5 wheel size. Whether going up or going down this bike can do it all. For those looking to do some flowing cross-country out at seven mile or a pedal round the scenic moonlight track, this bike is a winner. The versatile Torrent is also perfectly at home in the Queenstown Bike Park for those wanting a lighter ride.
The GT Aggressor is a tough hard tail, a great Queenstown bike that can handle a punishing cross-country ride, or a gentle cruise round the lake. With 100mm of front suspension and strong disc brakes your Queenstown cycling opportunities are limitless! Now with the easy rolling 650b wheel size!
There is an amazing wealth of trails in the Queenstown area.
We literally have something for everyone, from wine tours through the vineyards on three speed cruiser bikes, to epic cross country missions, to serious adrenaline pumping down hills...
Whether you are a Sunday driver or a speed freak Queenstown is a biking paradise. Take a cruise through this section of the site to read up on some of the trails and areas you might like to ride, no doubt you will find something that sounds just perfect. There are more trails than we can put on here so if you would like someone to put together a customised package for you please let us know what level you are. This section is being constantly updated so come back round from time to time to see what's new!
SKIPPERS CANYON - Grade: Moderate
Skippers Canyon, a place to make you say “WOW”, before you even get on your bike! The rock formations and tracks are wicked. There is a heap of history with the gold mining, old traces of a pub and a few farm animals like sheep & cows to moo at! Whether you’re confident or not there is a dirt road to follow, or a nice single track to hoon down, if you want to loop the single track it will take about 45Min to bike back up. With a good 4x4 you can make it a shuttle run. This is a Queenstown Classic, worth it for the views and history
Zoot track is awesome; you may have seen it in Ant Hill Film’s Follow Me. Off the side of the Coronet Peak Access Road it rips through the alpine tussock and schist rock terrain in a wicked ribbon of dirt. Multiple features abound on the side of the track that expert riders will hit at pace, lofting through the picturesque scenery. For those of us that are not hard charging experts, however, the track allows for any pace and you need not be a movie star to enjoy the ride. This is a Queenstown must do. You can take your own car to do laps or call Queenstown Bike Taxis.