Where We Ride
Brynderwyn Hills, Northland
c/o Mercer Ferry Rd and Morrison Rd, Pukekawa, Auckland
Bugger Cafe, State Highway 25, Pipiroa, Waikato
Clarks Beach, Auckland former Franklin District
Devonport Wharf, North Shore, Auckland
Desert Road, SH 1, Manawatu-Wanganui
Murchison, Tasman Region of the South Island
Berlins Cafe, State Highway 6, Buller Gorge, Westport, South Island
Westport, is a town in the West Coast region of the South Island
Punakaiki is best known for its Pancake Rocks and Blowholes
Greymouth, the largest town in the West Coast region in the South Island
Hokitika is a township in the West Coast Region of South Island, 40 kilometres south of Greymouth
Whataroa is a small township in southern Westland on the West Coast of the South Island.
Franz Josef Glacier
beautiful Lake Matheson,near Fox Glacier is famous for its mirror-like reflections of Aoraki / Mount Cook and Mount Tasman/ Raoa, New Zealand’s highest peaks, on a clear day
Knight's Point is on the West Coast of the South Island
Pleasant Flat, SH 6 - Haast Pass - Makarora Rd near Thunder Creek Falls
Walking Track in Haast Pass a mountain pass in the Southern Alps of the South Island. Haast is one of the must see places in New Zealand. Haast, The perfect destination to explore some of New Zealand's most unique scenery and wildlife situated amidst spec
Beautiful Lake Wanaka, Otago
Picture perfect Lake Hāwea is located in the Otago Region of New Zealand, at an altitude of 348 metres
Tarras is a small farming settlement in Central Otago in the South Island Tarras is located on the slopes above the upper reaches of the Clutha Valley, on State Highway 8
Omarama is a small township at the junction of State Highways 8 and 83, near the southern end of the Mackenzie Basin, in the South Island of New Zealand. Omarama is in the Waitaki District of Otago.
Lake Ruataniwha is located in the Mackenzie Basin in New Zealand's South Island. An artificial lake, it was formed as part of the Waitaki hydroelectric project.
The Mackenzie Basin (popularly and traditionally known as the Mackenzie Country) is an elliptical intermontane basin located in the Mackenzie and Waitaki Districts, near the centre of the South Islang. Historically famous mainly for sheep farming,
Situated on the shores of Lake Tekapo is the Church of the Good Shepherd, which, in 1935, was the first church built in the Mackenzie Basin. The church is arguably one of the most photographed in New Zealand, and features an altar window that frames stunn
75 kilometres from the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, Akaroa is a historic French and British settlement nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano.
Bluebridge Cook Strait Ferry
The Beehive in Wellington is the common name for the Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings
Whanganui, also spelt Wanganui, is an urban area and district on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand
Te Kuiti is a small town in the north of the King Country region of the North Island of New Zealand. It lies at the junction of State Highways 3 and 30
Chocolate Brown - Warkworth is a town on the Northland Peninsula in the upper North Island of New Zealand. It is in the northern part of the Auckland Region. It is located on State Highway 1
The Pink Pig Cafe, SH 2 Maramarua, Waikato
Thames is a town at the southwestern end of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island
Manukau Heads Lighthouse, Awhitu Peninsula.
Waiuku is a country town in the Auckland Region in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located at the southern end of the Waiuku River, which is an estuarial arm of the Manukau Harbour. It is 40 kilometres southwest of Auckland city centre
Paeroa is a small town in New Zealand, in the northern Waikato region of the Thames Valley. Located at the foot of the Coromandel Peninsula, Paeroa is known for its mineral springs, which used to provide the water used in a local soft drink, Lemon & Paero
Just 29km from Opotiki is Hawai Bay, Eastland – just one ‘i’ that is – where for the cost of just a little more than a coffee you can pitch a tent across the road from an uncrowded beach with spectacular surf on its day, and excellent swimming in the Hawa
Te Kaha is a small New Zealand community situated in the Bay of Plenty near Opotiki. It has a population of about 387, up from 306 in 2006. Approximately 85% of whom are of Māori descent. Corporal Willie Apiata, who received the New Zealand Victoria Cross
Waikato River Arch Bridge,near Taupo New Zealand
Tirau is a vibrant little town set in the South Waikato amongst some of New Zealand's most fertile farmland. Three main roads pass through this small town which boasts a large variety of unique shops, cafes and restaurants, popular as a destination with
The Stone Store at Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands is New Zealand’s oldest surviving stone building. Part of the first Church Missionary Society station in New Zealand, was to replace an earlier wooden store house.
The Mangōnui fish and chip shop provide what some say as ‘some of the best fish and chips you’ll find.’ Straight out of the sea and cooked anyway you like, it’s fresh! A visit to this quaint seaside town without stopping at this chippie shop is like going
Paihia, Bay of Plenty
Kerikeri, the largest town in Northland New Zealand, is a popular tourist destination about three hours drive north of Auckland, and 80 km north of the northern region's largest city, Whangarei. It is often called the Cradle of the Nation, being the site
Opua is a locality in the Bay of Islands, in the sub-tropical Northland Region of New Zealand. It is notable as the first port for overseas yachts arriving in the country after crossing the Pacific Ocean