Come - Enter the Fascinating ''World'' of Mountain Biking in Sri Lanka !
We make sure that, your biking tour with us is an experience in itself and not just another peddling tour. In ensuring this we offer world class biking trails covering, mountains, valleys, tropical rain forests, reservoirs, ancient cities, beaches and pristine remote villages. Furthermore this will be learning intervention to a 2500 year culture and an insight to a unique way of life in this land of discoveries. Our unmatched service combines professionalism and the best knowledge of the wilderness in Sri Lanka ! Our own guides have the experience of running many tours with many professional tour leaders from all over the world. They are constantly improving the trails where you would want to come back over and over again! They are well trained in First Aid / cycle repairs and our back up vehicle will carry spares and spare bikes for any emergency.
We operate all year around and you could select one of our existing biking trails or ask us to design one to suit to your requirements. Whichever way, we will make sure that you have a Fun & Adventure filled Mountain Biking Holiday in Sri Lanka .
Conditions that may affect grading
Please remember that it is not possible to be absolutely precise about the grading of a trail as there are many contributory factors involved. The main benefit of grading a trail is to provide you with an overall indicator to compare one ride against another. We therefore look at the following 6 factors before outlining the grade.
- Length of the ride for a day.
- Average altitude and altitude gain and loss.
- Trail conditions.
- Level of backpacking required.
- Temperature range and likely weather conditions.
- Level of humidity [can jump from 70% to 90% very easily]
- Remoteness to services and general level of comfort.
- * Please note the weather condition in Sri Lanka :
Lowlands- tropical, average 27C, Central Hills- cooler, with temperatures dropping to 14C. The south-east monsoon brings the rain to the western, south western and central regions from May to July, while the north-western monsoon occurs in the north and east in December and January. Sri Lanka generally boasts of a good climate for holiday-makers throughout the year.