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Reviewed 6 August 2019 via mobile

A really lovely day. We are a family with 3 teenage girls and even they enjoyed it!! Dad went off road in pars whilst Mum & the girls stuck to the roads - each accompanied by a guide. Pretty easy cycling and bikes had good brakes were in a decent condition. Allows you to see a side of Bali you may not otherwise see. Guides are well informed and attentive. Buffet at the end was good too. Highly recommended.

Thank gparry149
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Reviewed 6 August 2019

The tour with GreenBike Cycling was excellent. Pick up from our Ubud hotel was prompt at 8am. With 4 other people also in the van.
They drove us about 30 min north and stopped first at Alas Harum Agro Tourism coffee plantation. The explanation on how they make the coffee is pretty lackluster, and the small-ish cages that the civets are kept in was a little sad, but other than that, it was a lovely place. We’re given a small portion of pancakes, and a sampling of 14 different teas and coffees that were all wonderful. They offer the famous luwak coffee for an additional 50k. If you choose to take the luwak coffee, you must walk over to the gift shop at the end to pay the cashier for your purchase.
You then drive another 30 min north for a stop at a large sort of concrete parking lot/lookout in Kintamani to take some pictures of the beautiful Mt Batur. Which was a little overcast on this day, so hard to see.
Then it’s one last 15 min trip north and you come to the start of the bike tour. Everyone is geared up with bikes and helmets. Including a tandem bike for my husband and our 6 yo daughter.
Our group is given two guides. One stays in the front of the pack and one in the back. Most of the ride is on back roads, but it is very helpful to have two of them for the few parts of the ride that are on busier roads, to stop traffic, or guide motorists around us. Which made us feel very safe, riding with our little one.
Overall I would say that the ride is fairly easy in all but one steep hill, where pretty much everyone gets off their bike and walks it. Our first stop on the tour is a traditional Balinese compound. It’s fascinating to learn about their traditions (youngest son stays and cares for the elders, eldest live in the highest house off the ground, etc), and humbling to see how simple their living situation is. We even get a demonstration on how to make offerings for the temples.
Next we’re off into the jungle. Then given the option to stay on a well-defined path or go off-roading. Since we have two guides with us, they say it’s ok if some want one or the other, cause we can split up. But everyone in the group chooses “off-road”. So we stick together.
At the end of this part, we are all in need of some re-hydration. So we stop at the outside of a temple for some water, bananas, and a picture or two before continuing on. The rest of the ride is easy peasy and we make our final stop in some rice fields for a beautiful view.
After the rice fields, our bikes are collected. And we pile back in to the vans for a quick drive over to Green Kubu Café for lunch. The restaurant is located down an adorable stone pathway, set among some small rice field terraces, with colorful beanbags and umbrellas all around. It has a tiny little swing, and some cute Instagramable spots. And even a nice, new looking playground for kids down at the bottom.
We’re served a Balinese style buffet, including our own clay pot to cook satay over, and it feels like we’re in Indonesian food heaven. The Balinese chicken pumpkin soup they serve is seriously out of this world good! But every dish we try is just as good as the last. Looking back on it, this is definitely the best Indonesian meal we had of the whole trip.
From here it takes about 30 minutes to get back to our hotel in Ubud central. When we arrive there it is about 3pm.

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank ShugrGrl55
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Reviewed 5 August 2019

Having been to Bali a number of times this was the first time at Ubud. We decided to take the electric bike ride offered by the GreenBike Cycling Tour, not the cheapest we were told by a number of locals at they were the best. This was by far the best adventure we have had in Bali. First stop was at a local house were we learnt so much about the Balinese lifestyle and culture. Then it was a beautiful ride through the working rice fields, pretty of time for photographs and taking in the scenery. The third stop was outside a temple this one we weren't allow to venture into but were given a detail lesson on some of there religious beliefs. The ride finished with a really nice Balinese banquet. We couldn't say enough about our guides. The leader name was Made who was very knowledgeable and easy to understand. The tail was made by Eka who was the best. My partner Tash wasn't so comfortable with the electric bike but he followed her most of the way offering her advice and stopping traffic at cross roads. This is a must do if you are in Bali. Highly recommend

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank BruceM2325
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Reviewed 5 August 2019 via mobile

We had 2 fantastic guides for this tour. It’s a great introduction to Balinese culture. We had our 8 and 10 year olds with us who while not as interested in some parts of the tour, didn’t complain which is a definite win. The cycle is pretty much all downhill so there is no effort involved apart from keeping your hands on your breaks. We all really enjoyed the off road parts, through jungle and rice fields, something we would never have attempted without guides. The kids coped well during the on road parts too. Breakfast at the coffee plantation was lovely as was lunch at the end at greenkubu. Very good value overall and would highly recommend!

Thank 761suzannef
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Reviewed 4 August 2019

Great experience but be prepared for the bike ride, plus much more!!
Full day adventure with stops on the way to get bikes. wonderful guides full of interesting information.
Nearly all downhill. We loved it. Thankyou.

Date of experience: August 2019
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