If you are looking for an adventurous experience for a kid’s birthday party, Mountain Bike Hong Kong has a great activity. Mountain Bike HK (formally known as Crosscountry HK Ltd) has been operating since 2007 and provides exciting experiences for all ages and abilities. This outdoor activity is a perfect socially distanced experience for every confident rider.
For children over 9 years who are comfortable riding with two wheels, Mountain Bike HK (MBHK) offers a fun birthday party experience, riding over the trails on South Lantau for three hours. The experience will also cover entry-level drills and skills to enhance their ability. The party will usually ride toward Mui Wo, the beach, or a waterfall, where they are rewarded with a well-deserved lunch. For children under 9 years old, Mountain Bike HK also offers exciting and popular adventures in a smaller group. Smaller bikes are also available for the little ones. These adventures are usually held in the nearly completed Mui Wo Bike Park. This park is a fantastic venue for the younger ones to learn and practice their skills and it has over 8km of varied trails and features.
The two main instructors at Mountain Bike Hong Kong have a wealth of experience, skills and qualifications and have worked with numerous International Schools and private clients over the years. MBHK was created to help people overcome logistical challenges that come with mountain biking in Hong Kong. The service includes complete rental of necessary gear, getting you and the gear to your starting point and helping you safely navigate the trails. If you have your own bike, they will also help educate on setting up the bike and balancing it correctly. This exciting learning adventure will help you fall in love with mountain biking trails all over Hong Kong.
Excellent option for a small group birthday adventure.
Active kids over the age of 9 and adults.
Mountain Bike HK can arrange mountain bike experiences anywhere in Hong Kong for all ages.
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