FAT BIKE Adventures
‘The best way to see world famous Cable Beach’
The FAT BIKE
‘A unique Broome experience. Never ridden a Fat Bike?
Cable Beach is definitely the spot to give it a go.’
Choose from the ever popular sunset ride or see it in a different light on a morning ride. Anyone that enjoys riding a bike will be guaranteed to feel alive riding along Cable Beach on a Fat Bike.
Tours depart daily – March to December – 1.5 hours leisurely duration
Only average fitness required – Ages 8yo to 70yo+
Easy to ride
All ages & fitness
Get out there
Trip snacks & drinks
Friendly, fun guides
Child 5-15yo $55
Family 2Ad 2 Ch $235
*Valid seniors or student card, or YHA member
What is included?
Small, Medium or Large Fat bikes, Australian approved helmet, fun and friendly guide, drinks and snacks for the trip, local area advice and coastal interpretation, spectacular ride along Cable Beach.
What do I need to Bring?
Meet at the Beach and bring along a personal water bottle, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera or phone. Small back-back if you have one (not crucial) tour desk ticket if booked via them.
Australia’s Fat Bike capital.
A Unique Adventure Experience
- The giant tides of Broome and Cable Beach create a constantly changing playground for Fat Bikes to explore.
- Learn about the amazing tides, Cable Beach’s unique environment, the bikes, town of Broome and its people.
- Go further, explore and see more, then stop off for drinks and snacks all inclusive.
- Soak up the warm balmy air and experience this laid back tropical lifestyle of Broome on a Fat Bike.
Beautiful way to take in Cable Beach.
I really enjoyed this tour! I've been to Broome many times before but have never experienced Cable beach quite like this!! Beautiful sunset and lovely guides. 5 stars!!
Had a great ride up Cable Beach. The bikes were easy to ride and we covered lots of ground. The scenery was amazing and I would recommend this adventure to anyone wanting to see Cable Beach at sunset. Wow.
Best way to see the sunset over Cable Beach.
We had a fantastic bike ride along Cable Beach this afternoon. The Guide provided lots of information about Broome as we made our way along Cable Beach. Perfect way to end the day.
What is a Fat Bike?
A Fat Bike is just like a Mountain Bike but with extra wide wheels. The low tyre pressure and width creates a large tyre print to be able to ride on all hard, soft, wet, sandy surfaces such as along the beautiful tidal coastline of Cable Beach.
Fat Biking and the environment?
Pedal power is a really eco-friendly way of experiencing Cable Beach’s spectacular nature. The only sound you will hear are the tyres rolling on the sand and the waves crashing along the coast. We follow the ‘Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but tyre tracks’ philosophy, riding only below the high tide waterline meaning our tracks are washed clean every day.
Ages and weight concerns on a Fat Bike Tour?
The Fat Bikes are suited for riders aged 8years up to 75+ years. We have a set weight limit of 130kgs for the Fat Bikes. Enquire regarding any age or weight concerns.
Where and when do the tours start?
All of our Fat Bike tours begin and end on Cable Beach. The meeting place is approx. 300m along the Beach to the right, past the rocks, when facing the ocean from the main swimming section. Same area as where the Camel tours depart. Tours depart Daily from April – October and on demand November to March (wet season)
Who can ride a Fat Bike?
Anyone!! If you can ride a normal bike then you can ride a Fat Bike. It is as simple as that. The extra wide tyres even create a better traction and smoother ride. The Guide will also adapt the speed of the tour according to the guest’s abilities.
How fit do I have to be?
Just an average fitness is fine. If you can ride a bike we will ensure you will have a great time and enjoy the experience. Riders of all levels of fitness and skill are catered for and encouraged to participate. The overall pace of the group is adjusted each day to suit the riders on the day. If it’s your first time on a Fat Bike don’t worry it’s just the same as riding any bike.
How many people go on a tour?
We run tours with a minimum of two (2) people, and a maximum of ten (10). Single people are encouraged to book as trips are often confirmed in advance. Larger groups, Corporate, School, Family and Wedding groups can be catered for. Enquire if needed.