Ride and Challenge Overview
The Jamaica Reggae Ride
Our bicycle Tour will take cyclists on a 3 day, escorted bike ride across the scenic south and north of the island of Jamaica. The route passes through stunning landscapes, passing coconut & banana plantations, white sand beaches and through quaint fishing villages.
There will be some fast flats and a few climbs, but we cater to ALL pace levels. If you are an elite cyclist, be prepared to be challenged by the island's top champions and if you are a newbie or intermediate cyclist, know that we make it fun for everyone and there is full service support at all times along the way.
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NO ONE IS EVER ALONE ON THE ROAD
BY THEMSELVES EVER, during the Reggae ride.
This is a concierge service tour with experienced cyclists as tour leaders.
Our stops are well planned so as to ensure everyone experiences the real Jamaica: we will have a rest stop at a farmer's market, have a visit with local school children and you have the option to climb a cascading 600ft waterfall! The Jamaican people are warm and genuinely friendly. You'll get to meet them up close and in their real world!
There is time in the afternoons to meet up with fellow cyclists, spouses and friends to explore the island's beaches, restaurants and attractions or to take in a massage or visit a spa.
THE REGGAE RIDE CHALLENGE-Metric Century
This new option is for those who want a challenge. It is INCLUDED in the Jamaica Reggae ride or can be booked on it's own as a one day event. On this day we have added fixed Strava segment challenges - for fun. There will be 3 challenge segments including the KOM/QOM King and Queen of the Mountain challenge. There will be podiums in each age category and prizes too.
We finish at the island's number one attraction: the Dunn's River Waterfalls. As you climb the falls, you can stop for a swim in cool natural rock pools or lean against a waterfall and allow your back and shoulders to be massaged by the cascading waters- it's invigorating and so much fun! Meanwhile bicycles are packed for the return trip by road to Montego Bay ( about 1 hr 15 minutes).
So come on, let's ride!
Let us show you why Jamaica is truly the "heartbeat" of the Caribbean