Guide to the Desert
We’ve been pedaling around the Outback for ten years. It's big, open, and easy to get lost, so we plan for the wild and keep most days like this.
8AM Meet at Paisley Adventure
Have coffee, perform bike fitting and gear checks, and talk route, conditions, and safety.
With a few pedals, the fat bike inspired confidence and felt more fun. - Joel S
Settle into the saddle, find your pace, and take the Outback in.
The crisp morning invited us to blast the dusty open. - Hayley D
Break for a moment to make sure everyone is hydrated and happy.
It’s nice going at your own pace but still keeping with the group. - John P
Stop for a snack lunch with a side of local lore.
I had no idea humans fished these ancient shores. Thanks, Paisley Caves. - Ben S
2 PM Check-out
Recheck water and fuel levels for the final stretch back to town.
The hardest part is always saying goodbye.
- E Shackleton
(He didn't say that)
Hit high-fives and clink cold ones for another epic ride.
*All bicycle rides into the wilderness require some level of flexibility.
Weather, conditions, sites, and the interests of guests all factor into each day’s schedule.
There’s a vibe of mystery that keeps me coming back. - Priscilla N