They offer 3 kinds of tours, all with round-trip transportation from your nearest major city (Mo-Bay, Ochi, Kingston, Falmouth), coffee, lunch and a guided tour of the beautiful Blue Mountains. Tours are not recommended for pregnant women, the physically challenged, or persons over 60 years of age. For those who cannot participate in the cycle tours, they can tour the area by bus. Unfortunately their site doesn’t have a photo gallery to browse but their Facebook page has pictures and videos to give you an idea of what your day would look like.
Sun Ventures tours also offers a bicycle tour of the Blue Mountains, along with a whole host of other outdoor adventures. Including long day hikes and camping trips. Tours include round-trip transportation from Kingston, lunch/dinner, and a guide. Check out their Facebook page for more pictures and videos.
Cycle Caribbean offers a 3-day tour of Jamaica’s north coast twice a year. They also do tours in Cuba. The tours go from Negril to Ocho Port Antonio, all by bike.
From their website:
“The Jamaica Reggae Ride will take cyclists on a 3 day, escorted bike ride across the scenic north coast of the island of Jamaica. The route passes through stunning landscapes, passing coconut & banana plantations, white sand beaches and through quaint fishing villages. Road conditions are excellent along beautifully paved roads!”
Ride dates for 2018 are April 6-10 and November 16-20. Packages include transportation to and from Donald Sangster International Airport and 4 nights of accommodation and meals. They have a great photo gallery on their website and more information about the route and packages.
Singletrack Jamaica offers mountain biking tours of Jamaica’s north coast “trails”. The trails aren’t marked and they are really only in existence from being used as walking trails by locals or biking trails by the really dedicated mountain bikers that use them. Their packages are custom, so you decide where you want to go and when. They also technically don’t have bicycles for rent, so they’d appreciate it if you brought your own. And Jamaica’s terrain is anything but smooth and flat so bring something that can handle rough riding. Tours start at US$150/day/person or US$100/day/person for groups of 2-6.
Their site also has more information about the annual Fat Tyre Festival that’s been taking place every year since the mid 90’s.