Twin Coast Cycle Trail
Transport Options for The Twin Coast Cycle Trail in Northland. The Twin Coast Cycle Trail is the Far North region’s newest tourist attraction. Running from Opua in the east to Horeke and Mangungu in the west it covers 87 kms of stunning scenery and history. The cycle trail passes through stunning scenery, runs besides rivers and estuaries, through tunnels and over bridges. It also traverses areas that are rich in Maori culture and early European history. You will pass through small Far North townships away from the main roads. It is also often called the “Northland Rail Trail” because the first of the trail uses a disused section of the old North Auckland line. Many years ago the “Opua Express” used to run over these tracks on its way to and from Auckland. Trains coexist with the trail today where there is a 4 km stretch and trains and cyclist run side by side.
We operate a flexible transport and shuttle service for the Twin Coast Cycle Trail. We can transport you and your bikes to or from any accessible point on the cycle trail. We also offer an emergency pick up service in the event of a breakdown.
We have 8, 10 and 12 seater vehicles available plus we have 7 bike and 10 bike trailers.
Because each journey is very individual with different start/finish points and number of riders involved we find it more accurate to quote prices individually.
The trail is “one way” but it can be ridden in either direction or started at any point. You can stay in Paihia and start at Opua or Okaihau. Alternatively we can take you to start in Okaihau or Horeke and then you cycle back to Opua and we pick you up. All options are available!
Please use the contact form on this page, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0800 891 340 for details, costs of the service and any other information that we can assist you with.
We will pick you up from anywhere along the Twin Coast Cycle Trail where there is road access.