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Lockdown blues? Get on yer bike and guzzle wine along the way

If you're dreaming of exploring the great outdoors once more, while also supporting local businesses and tasting some of the best wines the country has to offer, Tour de Vines has you covered.

If you’re dreaming of exploring the great outdoors once more, while also supporting local businesses and tasting some of the best wines the country has to offer, Tour de Vines has you covered.

Australian’s have voted with their pedals and declared their love of cycling.

With much of Australia in or coming out of lockdowns, riding a bike has become the ideal way to get away from the stresses at home. And bike sales are at an all-time high.

As we get closer to coming out of travel restrictions, it’s the perfect time to consider a cycling holiday, with a little booze along the way. It’s all about balance, right?

Tour de Vines has released 2 new trips that will appeal to the urban rider; blending Australia’s love of the great outdoors with its love of fine wine and supporting local.

Victoria

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Cheviote Tunnel, VIC

In Victoria, ride the scenic Great Victorian Rail Trail from beautiful Mansfield at your own pace while leaving all the arrangements to someone else, including the return transfers to the start. Accommodation, bikes, luggage moves, meals and support are all included.

This self-guided 4 day/3 night getaway is graded as easy so is accessible for almost all riders, and starts at $859 per person.

Queensland

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Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

Just out of Brisbane in Queensland, riders can experience the popular Brisbane Valley Rail Trail on a 3 day/2 night cycling holiday.

Ride at your own pace, stop to snap the scenic Queensland outback, whilst knowing support is only a call away and all the arrangements have been made for you. It’s a perfect weekend escape and starts at $679 per person.

Tour de Vines launched in 2002 and is Australia’s no 1 cycling tour operator. Watch this space for its international tours in NZ, Asia and Europe set for 2022.

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