Bike Route


Day 1: Arrival 
Montego Bay Airport

Airport transfer to Negril

Welcome get together and information meeting.
Overnight: Negril: Rooms Negril


Negril has a 10 km stretch of beach! Arrive a day earlier to enjoy or get an early flight in!


Day 2: 

Negril to Montego Bay      Approx 53 miles

There are scenic views of the Caribbean with smooth gently undulating, well paved roads from Negril. We stop at the farmers market for freshly cut coconuts from the farmer we call " SUGAR" who has been serving our tours since 2009!
Overnight: Montego Bay: Holiday InnSunspreee



Police escorts stay with us the entire time! Seen here clearing the road for us in Montego Bay!

Farmers market at Lucea



Day 3:

Montego Bay to Ocho Rios    Approx 60 miles
Today sees us heading along the northcoast of the island, along perfectly paved roads, that goes through historic places like Runaway Bay, where slaves escaped by boats, and Discovery Bay where Christopher Columbus first set foot on Jamaican soil. There are a few climbs along the way!

After lunch there is an option to stop at the island's number on attraction: Dunns River Waterfalls. (Entrance fee not included) Here the water cascades from 660ft straight into the warm Caribbean sea, and we have the challenge to climb to the very top! Its as exhilarating as it is invigorating and not to be missed!

Overnight: Rooms on the Beach, Ocho RIos



Dunns River Waterfalls................invigorating cool waters after a day on the bike! Not to be missed!


Day 4 

Ocho Rios- Port Antonio   Approx 66 miles

This morning’s start from Ocho Rios goes along the scenic eastern coast. The vegetation gets more lush and even more breathtaking. We pass through Oracabessa (Golden Head) and Port Maria, areas made famous by Ian Fleming who created his famous hero ‘James Bond’ whilst at his vacation home near here. We cycle past banana plantations and small towns, with spectacular coastal views, framed by the distant Blue Mountains. Port Antonio, home to the rich and famous, still retains its quiet, laid-back charm.

We celebrate the end of our ride with a buffet lunch and time to relax on the beach at Frenchman's Cove.

Celebratory certificates are issued here!  Bikes are repacked here in their suitcases. Bus transfers back to Ocho Rios
Overnight: Rooms on the Beach, Ocho Rios



One participant gets a friendly push from our bell-ringer...and another hitches a ride on the back of Policeman's bike!!!  It's all in good fun!



Celebration time!!!!!


*Mileages and ascent ratios are estimates using Mapmyride profiles.

Route changes: Every effort will be made to adhere to the planned route. Any unforeseen adjustments will be noted on our website in advance of the event , noted on the route guides, or explained by our Ride tour Leaders and Road Master during the Jamaica Reggae Ride. There are no refunds or compensations for any route changes, whatsoever.

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