Day rides along the great taste trail
We offer a wide range of day rides along Tasman’s Great Taste Trail and local areas. Guided or independent rides along as much or as little of the Great Taste Trail as you choose or Day Tours that help you discover hidden gems in the Nelson Tasman.
What Our Customers Are Saying About Us
"These guys really live up to their name. They really are wheelie fantastic. Both Nicky and Lisa were helpful and accomodating over the phone and happily put together a tailor-made self guided tour for me - solo traveller. Their price reasonable and Rob at the store front on the day I did my tour was amazing. Talked me through the entire route, showed me where to buy a coffee, offered local food reccomendations and even offered to drop me back to catch my bus after the bike ride. SImply fantastic. An awesome set-up in a gorgeous part of the world."
"We rocked up to Mapua Wharf hoping to do some cycling, but without much of a plan. The gals from Wheelie fantastic were amazing. So helpful and friendly. Planned out a great ride for a few hours - on the ferry to Rabbit Island and then back and up to Ruby bay. They saw us on the way back from Rabbit Island and rushed over to see if we needed any more help or advice. The trail was very well signed with wonderful views and amazing coastline tracks. Bikes are great quality and very well priced. We had a ball! That day happened to be their official opening, but instead of focusing on their event, they gave us amazing service and personal attention. And invited us to join them for drinks and nibblies after our ride! Can't recommend this company highly enough. Thanks for one of our highlights in Nelson."
"A fantastic experience with Nicky, who led us on a 45 km bike ride with a group of people we were traveling with. The equipment was new and very nice, and Nicky was a fantastic guide throughout. She has a great knowledge of the local area, people and customs, and also has a special appreciation for all the nature and wildlife we encountered along the way. This is a must-do activity while in the Nelson/Motueka area."