Riding on two wheels through the diverse landscape of Indonesia is a fantastic way to see the archipelago. It offers unobstructed views, fresh air, bountiful nature and great weather all year round. Trails through Bali, Java, Sumatra and Kalimantan allow you to follow the back roads and connect with the locals as you cycle through small villages. 

Established trails in Bali take in temples, volcanoes and dramatic seascapes. In Java, the Bandung trail takes you through vast pinewood forests and Yogyakarta has a path along the slope of an ancient volcano. For the adventurous cyclist, the island of Sumatra offers the Patar Bike Trail, and Borneo in West Kalimantan has just opened up 3-4-day trips into Dayak country to enable exposure to the local culture and other highlights such as dramatic waterfalls.