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Road Bike – Petang

Did you know that Bali has one of the highest bridges in Asia? The Tukad Bangkung Bridge in Plaga Village, Petang District, Badung Regency, Bali was inaugurated on December 19, 2006 as a bridge connecting three regencies, Badung, Bangli, and Buleleng respectively. This bridge has a construction height of 71.14 meters and is resistant to earthquakes measuring up to 7 on the Richter Scale with a length of up to 360 meters and a width of 9.6 meters. It is the sixth longest in Indonesia, the longest in Bali, and is one of the highest in Asia. 

One of the challenges of this route is the 9 km climbing strava segment towards the bridge ! be the number one

Support car, knowledgeable tour leader, road bike, helmet, fruit, drinking water and isotonic drinks.

Minimum 1 (we can confirm a new departure with only one person booking if the booking comes in at least a few days in advance).

Time start is early morning (06:00 am) to avoid the busy traffic at the city and finish around 13:00 pm. The journey to the highest altitude that will be achieved is Max Elevation 1000M, elevation gain 1300m. Stop point every 30km or by request to simply refill the water, enjoying refreshments (available in the support car). The distance riding depend on your place, exsample Kuta-Petang-Kuta (120km). You can stop riding and jump in our van if the way back is too far, hot, or make tired for you. 

Well maintained Road bikes (limited), available size (contact us) or own bike.

- IDR. 1.500.000  (1 person)
- IDR. 2.500.000  (2 person)
- IDR.    900.000  (per person minimum 3 person/more)
** Private groups of 10 people and more please contact us for prices and availability.

This tour can depart every day (subject to availability). Bookings can be made online (reservation/boking at our website) or by calling to mobile +62 (0) 81 236 586 365.

RB MAP petang


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