Easy Ride Tours
Complimentary bottle of wine with lunch on our Electric Bike Winery and Brewery Tour*
One bottle of Arlewood Cabernet Merlot or Semillon Sauvignon Blanc. One bottle of wine between two persons.
Wines styles are subject to availability and may be substituted with the closest alternative. Please advise when booking that you are a Local Advantage member and show your valid membership at start of tour.
Offer applies to current Local Advantage members only
ABOUT EASY RIDE TOURS
Join us for an Easy Ride on our eco friendly electric assisted mountain bikes for a Winery and Brewery tour like no other in the picturesque Margaret River wine region.
Sample some of the finest wines in the region, see the contrast between a larger scale winery and boutique vineyard, eat a delicious lunch and wet your whistle with some ales at Margaret River’s best brewery.
Between stops you will cycle through an array of landscapes from some of Australia’s nicest native bush land, lushes green farming pastures and vineyards mostly off the beaten track away from those smelly noisy cars.
So, what makes Easy Ride Tours so easy? Well it’s our ecofriendly high-tech electric assisted Specialized Levo mountain bikes. Ok ok I know what the next question is, no its not an electric motorbike. The Specialized Turbo Levo has an electric motor yes but to get any help from it you still need to pedal, just a little bit. Our bikes turn any and every hill into an effortless smooth easy ride, making you feel as if you have been to see Lance Armstrong’s best vitamin supplier!
Ok warning this bit is for the nerdy girls and boys… here is the brief version of the tech behind our Easy Ride Specialized Turbo Levos. The bikes have a German made Brose electric motor cleverly built into the frame punching out 250Watts of power and 90Nm of torque, paired with a 460Watt hours battery. When you start to pedal the inbuilt computer system smoothly starts adding power and once you get used to it you will forget you are even on a bike with a motor and feel like you could ride anywhere.
What all this bla bla tech talk means is that you can ride for 30kms or up any hill or in this case to multiple wineries and a brewery without much more effort than a Sunday downhill roll to the coffee shop.