Discover splendid landscapes on your favorite bike
Mountain biking in New Caledonia is a unique way to discover the Grande Terre and the whole island. If you want to take a break from swimming, why not swap your swimsuit for a pair of shorts, hop on your bike and start discovering majestic landscapes!
New Caledonia welcomes biking enthusiasts from around the world as the island is well-known for its bike trails. Breathtaking landscapes, downhill tracks, forest trails and multi-loop circuits: New Caledonia has it all! And if you love to road bike, you’ve come to the right place! Each year, the Tour de Calédonie attracts locals and international competitors. From Nouméa’s urban landscape to the dirt roads, winding around nickel mines, the island offers a wide array of cycling options. Around the main island or throughout the Loyalty Islands, you will discover unbelievable trails. Sprinters and climbers will also be excited..
Postcard-perfect biking spots
Choose from a wide range of terrains and scenerydécors! From the eerie red-earth landscapes of the Great South to the lush forests of northern New Caledonia, your options are endless. Discover a grand-scale playground for all mountain bikers. Great Ferns Park, Blue River Park, or Pike Malaoui, ride through amazing valleys or challenge yourself to steep slopes.
Whether you are an amateur or an experienced biker, the Southern trails have something for everyone! Beholdsplendid vistas and breathtaking landscapes as you practice your favorite activity. With friends or family, you will enjoy safe rides around the gorgeous Blue River Park. If you’re looking for a challenge, opt for spots such as Creek Fougères cascades and Cornes du Diable.
Mégarando, a leisurely competition
VTT Passion Association has been organizing the mountain bike competition known as Mégarando for 13 years. This biking event is a subtle combination of competition and leisure. It attracts up to 1500 participants and features trails specifically designed for families. There’s even a 3 kilometer circuit dedicated to kids. Learn more about the race on the Megarando website.