Such a great day from the start!
From the hotel pick up, to the wonderful rice field and beautiful breakfast and lunch, everything was well organised and made for a perfect day! We wanted to see and experience the culture and the real Ubud. Through the back scenic roads and the knowledge from our guide Dewa (Bob), my partner and I experienced just that and more with the best Indonesian food we have ever had (included made by Dewa's wife).
Thanks again Bali on Bike and we highly recommend for everyone!
Visited August 2015

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biggas01

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We booked this tour because of the great reviews here on tripadvisor and it was the best decision! All the communication before was perfect and we were picked up at the hotel on time.
Bob and his colleague were super friendly explaining everything! We went by car to an amazing coffee plantation and afterwards saw the Vulcano.
The bike tour began after that and we were equipped with good bikes and everything we needed. The tour was super interesting and Bob would stop everywhere we wanted to. He explained everything...just perfect!
Finally we went to his house and had lunch made by his wife...unforgettable!! We have not had better Indonesian food before...delicious!!
We would strongly recommend this tour!!
Visited August 2015

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Michel L

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This was our 3rd time back biking with Bob and this time we brought our friends - that's an indication of how much we enjoy this! Each time has been different, you never know what you are going to see - changing scenery, ceremonies, nature, everyday life in Bali - great photo opportunities and Bob , Nyoman & Co. are more than accommodating to your requirements. Don't expect the Tour de France as the biking is mainly downhill and not too strenuous! And the food - well that's just something else - so delicious - my favourite - the pancakes - banana and coconut. Thank you everyone for such a wonderful view into the real Balinese life.
Visited August 2015

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oztripper57
Sydney, Australia

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We did not know which bicycle company to choose but we are glad we took this one! Good bikes, very nice guides who told us a lot about Balinese culture. No hurries, we could stop everywhere to take a photo. At first we where with 8 people and 2 guides but we split up and had a private tour with just the two of us! Very good lunch at the finish!
Visited August 2015

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Elly H

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Had an amazing time on this tour. Saw parts of Ubud I never would have. But remember to bring sunscreen! Gosh I got so burnt. Suitable for all fitness levels as its all downhill. Wish I knew this because we were hoping for something more challenging! But the views were amazing and Bob was so knowledgable! And the food was next level!
Visited July 2015

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Lauren M

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We had a wonderfull trip with BOB. The group was so big that they split the group in 2 smaller groups so they could talk to everyone. Good choice. We visited a marriage, a balinese school, rice fields, .. and a wonderfull dinner at the owners house. The bikes and helmet were good.

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Frank D

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Fairly intense downhill bike ride through little villages. The spice garden tour was an awesome start to the trip. The bike ride was great although uncomfortable, and great food provided along the way.
Visited July 2015

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Hannah M

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We did Bali on Bike with Bob in a group of 5, starting at the luwak coffee plantation learning about the coffee and different herbs and spices used in Bali. After eating breakfast here you are able to purchase all sorts of herbs, spices, nuts, chocolate and much more. We then went to see the volcano and started our bike ride. We rode through villages while stopping to visit rice fields and mandarine farms. Most of the bike ride is downhill with occasional uphill areas. At the end of the ride you are taken to a traditional balinese house to have lunch, this is amazing to see as it is so different to our lifestyles. A truly amazing experience, must do!
Visited July 2015

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Naomi K
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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