Flying Fox Backpackers Mountain Bike Hire will help you with information for the innumerable tracks hidden all across the Blue Mountains.
We have the best maintained, front suspension mountain bikes in the Mountains all available from The Flying Fox Backpackers.
We are the longest running hire company in the blue mountains, while the others come and go we will always be here because we do it right.
Book a bike from Flying Fox backpackers for an invigorating ride that will work your muscles and clear your head, try the Woodford Oaks trail in Blue Mountains National Park. The track leads from Woodford to Glenbrook and makes a great day out in the mountains for friends or family looking for heart pumping adventure and fresh mountain air. Distance: 27km one-way Time: 2-4 hrs Difficulty: Medium-hard
An exhilarating cycling route along a peninsula, Narrow Neck trail offers walking options and scenic views across Blue Mountains National Park, near Katoomba. Distance: 37km return (from Katoomba station) Time: 3-5 hrs Difficulty: Medium
A cycling route for those experienced at mountain biking, Andersons trail offers scenic views and camping in the southern wilderness of Blue Mountains National Park. Hire a Mountain Bike from The Flying Fox Backpackers for $70 per day Distance: 31km one-way Time: 3 hrs Difficulty: Hard
A great trail for walking and cycling, Murphys trail – Wentworth Falls to Woodford offers waterfalls, swimming and camping in Blue Mountains National Park. Distance: 18km Time: 4 hrs Difficulty: Medium
Mount Hay Road – Leura is ideal for cyclists keen to explore the scenic views and wildflowers and go canyoning in the Grose Wilderness, in Blue Mountains National Park. Distance: 39km Time: 8 hrs Difficulty: Medium
A medium difficulty cycling route, the road to McMahons Point ride – Wentworth Falls offers scenic wilderness views of Lake Burragorang, in Blue Mountains National Park. Distance: 18km one-way Time: 2 hrs Difficulty: Medium
Cycling and walking with fantastic scenic gorge views, Burramoko Ridge (Hanging Rock) cycle trail highlights Grose Wilderness in Blue Mountains National Park, near Blackheath.