Cycling in Bali

Where to Go Biking and Cycling in Bali

Cycling in Bali lets you experience the beautiful countryside of the island, as well as rural Balinese village life from up close. Pedalling through rugged terrain alongside volcanic rims, zooming downhill past ancient temples and plantations while greeting local farmers and schoolkids as you pass by, all add to an immersive experience – far better than your hotel gym!

Here we’ve compiled all of the popular cycling spots around the island, covered by our great selection of exciting cycling activities available in Bali. Terrain and highlights vary: from biking at a leisurely pace through jungle villages in central Bali, to riding over undulating topography of hillside neighbourhoods, all of which reward you with breathtaking vistas usually inaccessible by car. Check out where to go in Bali for your next exhilarating cruise on two wheels.

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Where to Go Cycling in Bali

Bali Bike Park

Bali Bike Park is a large purpose-built arena in the village of Pancasari in North Bali, which features a variety of trails for mountain bikers. Available trails include Cross-country, Downhill and Enduro, which are suitable for both adults and children. You can choose a trail of your choice and cycle around while enjoying great views, meet Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Sat : 08:00 - 14:00
  • Location: Jalan Dasong, Banjar Yeh Mas, Banyuning, Pancasari, Buleleng, North Bali
  • Tel: +62 (0)811 399 7906
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Mount Batur and Kintamani Highlands

As Bali’s second tallest peak after Mount Agung, Mount Batur is more accessible and favoured by mountain cyclists for its combination of paved roads and exciting off-road terrain of gravelly to ruggedly frozen lava trails. It also offers bits of Balinese culture throughout the village communities of the Kintamani highland, set against a cool climate and Read More...

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Ubud offers cyclists varying terrain. You can go for easy rides along paved roads throughout the town centre with its interconnecting side streets and where most of the temples, palaces and galleries are located. Almost all hotels in Ubud have complimentary-use bicycles available for their guests. Meanwhile, on the outskirts, there’s hilly valley routes and a Read More...

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Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Famous for its vast expanses of rice fields at the foot of central Bali’s Batukaru mountain range, the agrarian village of Jatiluwih in the Tabanan regency is a great destination for those looking for wide-open green sceneries for their ride. Guided cycling tours show you the beauty of the region, together with insights into the farming Read More...

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Putung Village

The farming village of Putung is one of the most scenic places to go cycling in Bali’s east. The rice field landscape here slightly differs from the western Bali region, such as Jatiluwih. With more rugged terrain in a countryside that is less touched by modernism, the moderately downhill trails lead you across views of traditional Read More...

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Sidemen Village

A green gem of a village in the otherwise rugged east Bali region is Sidemen. The village is known for its rice terraces with the silhouette of Bali’s highest peak, Mount Agung, as backdrop. Most tours here feature the island’s ‘mother temple’ of Besakih among the nearby highlights prior to beginning your pedalling journey. Also, the Read More...

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Carangsari Village

Closer to Bali’s more popular southern resort areas, the slightly upland village area of Carangsari features well-paved trails that make for easy pedalling. The region offers a combination of rural village scenes with farming areas and some stretches of rice paddies. Some old traditional houses and temples become highlights along the way, which you can stop Read More...

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Bongkasa Village

The cool area of Bongkasa, roughly just west on the outskirts of Ubud, features village trails peppered with temples and paddies. Most of the terrain is flat and easy, hence it is great for all ages. Most tours are guided, which allows for better understanding and insights on the local traditions, architecture, and know-hows of the Read More...

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Mengwi Village

Mengwi is a great cycling destination nearer to the island’s provincial capital of Denpasar. The former kingdom is home to Taman Ayun Temple, a central temple complex that is a scenic landmark featuring interestingly Chinese architectural inspirations, towering tiers and a moat. Mostly flat paved roads and with minimum climbs, the route is easy and accessible Read More...

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Candidasa and Taman Ujung Water Palace

Most hotels in Candidasa offer their guests bicycles for rent or on complimentary basis, with fairly flat roads along the main coastal area. There are also guest activity packages that often include shuttle transfers from the hotel up to the hills, from where you are then fitted with cycling gear and accompanied by a guide, to Read More...

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Sanur Beach

The long eastern coast beach boardwalk of Sanur makes for pleasant walks and cycling. You can rent a bike from any warung roadside stall that has many types of bikes parked in front (usually from IDR 25,000 or USD 2 an hour), and choose a good condition bike that suits your height best. Then, you can Read More...

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