Heart of Biking

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Tasman’s Great Taste Trail is an easy riding Great Ride that encourages you to sample the rich bounty of Tasman District.

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  Nelson / Tasman

The Nelson Region is the Heart of Biking in New Zealand. It's home to two Great Rides; the family friendly Tasman's Great Taste Trail and the exhilarating and historically rich Dun Mountain Trail, all within easy ride from Nelson Airport.

The region also boasts some of the very best mountain biking in the world.

The money donated will be used for enhancements along the Great Taste Trail including:

Facilities at the Rabbit Island Ferry Landing

Toilet and 'Bike Hub' at Kohatu

Improved trail surface on Tasman View Road

Improved trail resilience around the Waimea Inlet

New trail directional signage

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