Tasmania Mountain Biking

Over recent years Tasmania has hit the world stage as a top-class mountain biking destination.

The island’s compact nature provides trails across varied landscapes, with undulating terrain and fast downhill rides to challenge even the most experienced riders. With Blue Derby in the north-east, Maydena Bike Park in the south, trails scattered throughout the regions and plenty of old school tracks on the west coast, it’s fair to say Tasmania has mountain biking covered for mountain bikers of all levels.

Tasmania’s mountain bike trails are built to a high standard and are renowned for superb world-class designs. The impeccable Tasmanian wilderness areas where these trails are found provide stunning scenery and landscapes that make the experience so much more rewarding.

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Roll Cycles is stoked on helping you have the best Tassie cycling holiday possible. With stores in Hobart and Launceston you can count on Roll Rentals to provide convenient, flexible bike travel solutions at competitive prices. Rent for a day, or even a week and try all the wicked trails available in Tassie.

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

Mountain bike friendly accommodation in Hobart

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, Hobart, is renowned for spacious rooms and local, friendly hospitality. Showcasing a heritage-listed facade and a story steeped in history, The Old Woolstore offers modern apartments and hotel rooms.

Travelling with a bike? The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel has you covered. With everything from an on-site bike wash, secure bike lock up, consumables stocked behind reception and even specific bike friendly rooms!

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Tassie's Top Trails

1   Blue Derby Trails

The Blue Derby trail network encompasses 125km of premium trails spread throughout a large wilderness area. These trails provide for exquisite riding, stunning scenery and offer excellent range of options for riders of every skill level.

2   Hollybank Reserve

With 20kms of dedicated mountain bike trails, plus a skills area featuring Australia's biggest pump track and a jump track, Hollybank, just 20 minutes outside of Launceston, offers a lot for mountain bikers in Tasmania.

3   St Helens Mountain Bike Trails

The St Helens Mountain Bike Trails are some of the most scenic trails in the world – where else can you ride Mountains to the Sea, ending your ride in one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Bay of Fires.

4   Maria Island

Maria Island is a cyclist's paradise, with gently undulating roads and no cars (except for a few Parks management vehicles). Many roads and vehicle tracks are suitable for riding and it's an ideal way to explore the island.

5   North-South Track, Mount Wellington

The North-South Track is some of Hobart's best riding, and if you're only able to ride one track on Mt Wellington, this would be a good option. The route has a combination of twisting turns, great lines, good challenges and it's all backed up with a gorgeous riding backdrop.

6   Penguin Mountain Bike Park

There's only a few kilometres of singletrail in this park, but the trails are now being expanded up Mt Montgomery and the combination of an expanding trail network, and park features will draw you here and make you want to stay.

7   Maydena Bike Park

Maydena Bike Park is a gravity-focused mountain bike park in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley. Designed and built by renowned trail company, Dirt Art, these world-class trails will offer something for everyone, from families through to elite riders. The park is serviced by a year-round up-lift bus service, servicing both mountain bikers and sightseers.

8   West Coast Mountain Bike Trails

This wild and remote region has many “old-school” trails along former railways and prospecting routes, and the climate, geology and elevation of the trails requires fitness and self-sufficiency. For a wild ride, consider Oonah Hill Trail, the first purpose-built mountain bike trail on the west coast, or check out the descending Stirling Valley track near Rosebery. The Montezuma Falls track is a mellower alternative. Climies Track from Trial Harbour to Granville harbour connects the two shack towns and is exposed to the west coast's wild weather.

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