What should I wear?
Dress for the weather conditions on the day of your tour. Please – no loose footwear (jandals, thongs, flip flops – the lingo depends on where you’re from!). We supply jackets and gloves to keep you warm if required.
What else should I bring?
Your camera – the region has some of the most stunning landscapes in the world, you’ll probably want to capture them to frame or share. (PS, don’t forget to tag us on social media)
Sunglasses – although our helmets do have sun visors.
A sense of adventure – we’re all about having fun.
How many passengers can you take on a tour?
Each trike can seat two passengers and the driver. We have two trikes so any one tour can cater for up to four guests.
Is there a minimum age?
Yes. Passengers must be aged 7+ years. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Do I have to wear a seat belt?
Yes. New Zealand law requires you to wear a seatbelt while on board the trike.
Do I need to wear a helmet?
Yes. Although helmets aren’t required to be worn on our vehicles by New Zealand law, we think it’s best to be safe. In addition to safety, the helmets that we supply are equipped with a Bluetooth intercom system so we can give you a complete tour experience.
Are you wheelchair/disability friendly?
For sure. We want everyone to be able to experience our amazing machines in this stunning region. Although you cannot take a wheelchair on the trike, we are more than happy to help assist anyone with a disability on to the trike. (We have had plenty experience with this.)
Do you operate during the winter?
Yes, but we have reduced tour options due to icy road conditions in our region.
Can I self-drive?
No, we want to have some fun too! All our tours are owner/operator guided tours.
What happens if it’s raining?
We don’t like to get too wet and we reserve the right to make a decision as to whether a tour goes ahead due to rain. If we cancel a trike tour, we will offer you an alternative date or give you a full refund. Please refer to our terms and conditions and cancellation policy