Pay your money, book a flight to Denver and get ready for 2 weeks of gold standard Colorado and Moab trail riding. No map reading, no wrong turns, no lame trails, no driving on the wrong side of the road, no hassles, just relax and enjoy a great riding holiday while Singletrack Colorado deals with all the logistics. Jeff Carter, owner of Southstar MTB Shuttles, Rotorua and former president of Mountain Bike New Zealand, 2011 tour.
For most of us the opportunity to take a trip like this only comes round once or twice, and when it does there is all sorts of hard work that goes into converting that opportunity into a reality. On top of everyday work, we train, we pay the bills, we take the precious annual leave, and we might even get that new bike we’ve always lusted for. For me, to find that my hard work in getting my arse to the start line is then rewarded ten-fold by the incredible trails, the spectacular locations, the amazing guides, and the first class behind-the-scenes logistics … what started as an opportunity, born out of a friendly conversation, has now become a milestone experience in my lifetime. Mike Christiansen, Palmerston North, 2012 tour.
It is not inexpensive to go on this tour but once you experience the riding, accommodation, meals, friendship, views, beer, shopping, riding, … the cost is minimal. I loved the progression of the first 4 days. After that we were ready for whatever. Also liked how there were pull outs and additions depending on your ability and how you felt on the day. It’s not a race but ride as hard and fast as you can. A lot of thought has gone into the itinerary, trails and accommodation. I could ride with the other members of my group any day and anywhere. Karl Ratahi, Wellington, 2012 guest.