Sep
25
2012

Looking for a spot of adventure in Tasmania? Well Dirt Trax Tas may be able to give you the thrill-fix that you're seeking!

Located in Springfield, approximately a 45 minute drive north east of Launceston, Dirt Trax Tas offers exciting off-road motorbike adventure tours.

You will be able to ride your way through a mass of dirt bike trails amongst a wide variety of terrain including sand dunes, beaches, creek crosses, hills, rocks, rocky ridge trails, fire trails, wet forest tracks and of course dirt trails.

Join existing tour groups or gather some friends to form a group of your own, with tours running between one to seven days and tailored to suit the group's skill levels and preferences.

Why not try the most popular tour that covers a wide range of terrain – the three Day Tasmaniacs?

On your first day out, you'll start at a location near Scottsdale before heading off into the hills on fire trails. You will head towards the beach taking the long way – with the first night's accommodation in the popular holiday destination, Bridport.

Day two will see riders head out on more level fire trails toward North Scottsdale, leading you to your arrival at Gladstone for an entertaining evening.

Your last day on the three day tour, which costs $820, will see riders experience a great ride 'home' through a variety of trails.

Victorian Offroad Committee President Chris Gray praised the tour.

"What can I say? Awesome ride. I have been riding for over 15 years and as the chairman of the Victorian Offroad Championship I get to ride some special tracks, however yours were by far the best I have ridden," Mr Gray told Dirt Trax Tas.

"All in all without a doubt the best ride I have been on ever. Keep up the good work and we will be back next year for sure …"

Road stage on the back roads and hills of North East Tasmania

Spectacular Sand Hills

Backtrails are there to be ridden? Yes!

Large Group Ride NW Tasmania

LARGE Groups are catered for and arrangments made for clubs

It is as good as it gets - this is great riding country

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