Hawke's Bay, located on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, is known for its beautiful scenery, world class wine and numerous outdoor activities, including cycling. However the recent devastating storm 'Gabrielle' that hit the region, has caused significant damage to parts the cycle trails. Here's what you need to know if wanting to ride:
New Zealand cycling guru Jonathan Kennett describes the Hawke's Bay Trails as 'the closest you can get to a European cycling holiday without travelling to Europe'. The limesand trails are wide, smooth and mostly flat, perfect for enjoying the mini Mediterranean climate with some of the finest food and wine to be found anywhere in the world……the perfect indulgent experience!
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