Bike Shuttle Quotes
Let Us Quote Your Shuttle.
Call us on 0800 891 340 or use the form below.
We can customise your ride on the Twin Coast Cycle Trail with our flexible options.
We provide shuttles, baggage transfers or transport on the Twin Coast Cycle Trail.
Pickup or drop off Opua, Kawakawa, Kaikohe, Okaihau or Horeke.
We do not have fixed timetables so that we can offer flexibility for your trip. This flexibility makes online bookings difficult to set up. In order to keep it as simple as possible please use the form below to get things started and we will respond promptly with a quote.
Any problems or queries please contact us:
P 0800 891 340 (within NZ)
Staying in Paihia and starting at the eastern end of the trail, your journey will take you to a wide variety of interesting places and these include:
Kawakawa, often referred to as the “railway town” famous for the rail line running down the middle of the main street, and home of the world famous Hundertwasser Toilets and Centre.
From Kawakawa you then head to Kaikohe passing through pine forests and farms, taking in the beautiful suspension bridge at Tuhipa.
The trail onward from Kaikohe takes you to Okaihau via the shores of Lake Omapre. Northland’s longest lake and an area of great importance in local Maori culture.
The final section of the trail from Okaihau to Horeke, sees cyclists riding through the valley alongside the Utakura River. This is arguably the most scenic part of the trail.
We operate a flexible transport and shuttle service including luggage transfer. We can transport you, your bikes and your luggage, to and from any accessible point on the cycle trail.
We also offer an emergency pick up service in the event of a breakdown.
We are based at Opua, Kawakawa and Kaikohe which gives you great flexibility as to where you start your journey. (see our location on Google Maps)
We have vehicles available with the ability to transport up to 17 bikes.
The trail is “one way” but it can be ridden in either direction or started at any point you choose. Based on experience most cyclists start at either Horeke or Opua and stay one night in Kaikohe which is the halfway point on the trail.
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.