The Watershed is a breathtaking ride following the flow of water from Beechworth down to the Woolshed Valley and back up again. The ride will take you deep into the Beechworth Gorge where you will witness how Reedy Creek has carved its way through the honey granite, creating spectacular pools which the locals use to cool off during the hot summer months, before descending down through farmland to the Woolshed Falls.
You can complete the Watershed ride comfortably in three hours (including stops) however you may want to linger a little longer at any of the points of interest along the way and make a day of it.
Includes morning tea, lunch at the Bridge Road Brewery and your e-mountain bike for the ride.
|$99.00 - $149.00|
The Woolshed ride is a self- navigated breathtaking ride following the flow of water from Beechworth down to the Woolshed Valley and back up again. The Woolshed ride comfortably in three hours (including stops) however you may want to linger a little longer and make a day of it.
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The tour is self guided. You need to book prior to setting your date to ensure availability of E- Mountain Bikes.
The Ride Republic of North East Victoria is a cycling business based out of the Old Beechworth Gaol.
The Republic is the perfect place to start and finish all of your rides with plenty of room to park your bike, grab a quick coffee before you head off or refuel with a delicious selection of cakes and muffins.
The 'epublic' is place for riders, no matter which path you choose to take. Dirt or road.
The Ride Republic have new E- Mountain Bikes to hire for your next adventure on the trails or discover the beautiful surrounds of Historical Beechworth in the Northeast.
Chose from e-mountain bike three tours get off the beaten track and experience the best nature has to offer throughout this unique landscape.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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