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Green Jersey Explorer tours are the original cycle tour operator on the Remutaka Cycle Trail, we have the best selection of bikes to hire in Martinborough and we believe in quality first!


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New Zealand National Headwind Cycling Championships

Race report – 27 September 2020 The inaugural New Zealand National Headwind Cycling Championships was held in Martinborough. Requiring wind speed of greater than 10m/second, Tāwhirimātea did not disappoint. As registrations opened there was concern from race organiser Stuart Edwards, the predicted gales would be …

Top Wairarapa Rides #9 Around the Lake

A classic Wairarapa road cycling 65km day ride. Wairarapa Moana is the third largest lake in the North Island of New Zealand (it is only one square kilometre smaller than Lake Rotorua!). But lots of kiwis have never even heard of it! 78 square kilometres …