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RING A BIKE TOUR will allow you to escape the hustle and hassle of crowded tourist areas to experience the real Bali and see the amazing scenery of the countryside, observing rural Balinese daily life in tiny villages, riding along secret back roads, and passing through lush tropical forest and rice fields on the way to Ubud. RING A BIKE TOUR is not just a sightseeing adventure but also an authentic opportunity to learn about Balinese culture and experience the true spirit of Balinese people and how they understand the relationship between Humans, God, and Nature. RING A BIKE TOUR also gives back to the community by sponsoring a temple festival ceremony and local community offerings, sponsoring a local football team and community programs around the area, and educating young people to recycle all papers and plastic products. Locally owned, we work as a team with the community. We think that small steps matter and that we can make a difference and achieve harmony by working together. There are of course other tour companies to choose from, but RING A BIKE TOUR is the company that you can trust to give you an unforgettable day, with our experienced and friendly guides who truly care about your experience, our relationship with the local community, our yummy Balinese food prepared according to western sanitation and hygiene standards, and our commitment to 1OO% safety during the tour. Your tour may just be your best experience in Bali, and I hope to see you soon on one of the tours!

Our Services

 

Cycling Tour

Join us to experience the real Bali and see the amazing scenery of the countryside. Observe rural Balinese daily life while escaping the hustle and hassle of crowded tourist areas.

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Hiking

Come and join us for an amazing trek on the active Batur Volcano to experience early trekking and admire the glorious sunrise from the peak 1717 meters above sea level.

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White Water Rafting

Join us on an adventure and experience white water rafting at Telaga Waja River, which is considered a holy river by  the local Balinese people.

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