World Heritage Ebike Adventures is a newly established company, offering unique Eco friendly electric full suspension bike riding and sightseeing guided tours. It is a locally owned company operating out of Cairns North Queensland and giving access to World Heritage sites.
There are two tour packages on offer, both are conducted by an experienced local guide. The group consists of seven people maximum, to ensure personalised attention.
The tours where designed to allow people of all fitness levels with minimum bike skills to travel long distances with little effort. This enables the rider to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.
This was made possible by advancements in electric bike technology. When the sensor detects pedalling its starts the motor which helps on steep hills and long distances. When the rider stops pedalling, or brakes, the motor will stop. The throttle will assist you up to 6km/h without pedalling. Electric bikes are safe and easy to operate. The motor is speed limited to 25 km/h but you are able to go faster by simply pedalling. Ebikes do not require a licence to ride.
The company was responsible for gaining permission for ebikes to be used within Queensland National Parks....
Within the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, nestled below the rugged Bellenden Ker Range, Goldsborough Valley features lush lowland rainforest and the clear flowing waters and deep pools of the picturesque Mulgrave River. This section of Wooroonooran National Park is home to a variety of birds and butterflies, and many kinds of freshwater fish can be seen in the river.
Enjoy a relaxing picnic by the river or set up camp in the spacious grassy camping area. Take a short walk through the rainforest to Kearneys Falls or embark on the 19 kilometre one-way Goldfield trail which passes between Queensland's two highest peaks (Bartle Frere and Bellenden Ker) and leads to the Boulders Scenic Reserve near Babinda. Canoe on the river (canoeing conditions are best between March and May) or ride a mountain bike along the Goldfield Trail for eight kilometres to the East Mulgrave causeway....
Gordonvale, historically a sugar town, is today a quintessential Australian country town. It has courteous storekeepers, well-preserved streetscapes, historic buildings and a great sense of community. Near Gordonvale stands the highest free-standing mountain peak in the world (not part of a mountain range). The symmetrical Pyramid is 922 metres in height.
From Gordonvale there is access to the Tropical Tablelands via the Gillies Highway, while south the Great Green Way extends south to Mission Beach.
Gordonvale is about 30 minutes' drive south of Cairns....