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  THIS RIDE IS HELD TWICE ANNUALLY IN APRIL AND NOVEMBER.

The Jamaica Reggae Ride will take cyclists on a 3 day, escorted bike ride across the scenic south and north of the island of Jamaica. The route passes through stunning landscapes, passing coconut & banana plantations, white sand beaches and through quaint fishing villages.

There will be some fast flats and a few climbs, but we cater to ALL pace levels. If you are an elite cyclist, be prepared to be challenged by the island's top champions and if you are a newbie or intermediate cyclist, know that we make it fun for everyone and there is full service support at all times along the way.
NO ONE IS EVER ALONE ON THE ROAD BY THEMSELVES EVER!

This is a concierge service tour with pros as tour leaders.

Our stops are well planned so as to ensure everyone experiences the real Jamaica: we will have a rest stop at a farmer's market, have a visit with local school children and you have the option to climb a cascading 600ft waterfall! The Jamaican people are warm and genuinely friendly.  You'll get to meet them up close and in their real world!

There is time in the afternoons to meet up with fellow cyclists, spouses and friends to explore the island's beaches, restaurants and attractions or to take in a massage or visit a spa.

So come on, let's ride!
Let us show you why Jamaica is truly the "heartbeat" of the Caribbean

DAY 1 : ARRIVAL

Montego Bay Airport (MBJ)

We highly recommend to arrive on the earliest flight you can get into MBJ airport.
Upon arrival go to Desk8, Holiday Services for your airport transfer to Negril

DAY 2:  Negril to Southcoast and interior  52 miles

Travel on the southside of Jamaica to areas rarely seen by tourists. It's an in-depth visit to the interior of the island and the "real" Jamaica.  There are scenic views of the Caribbean with smooth gently undulating, roads.  We will be riding through a lot of sugar cane plantation country and of course stop to sample some too. Sugar cane juice provides natural energy from the source.

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DAY 3 :  Negril to Montego Bay: 56 miles cycling

A scenic ride with a few rollers, along the northcoast of the island. We start along the southcoast and then return to the northcoast to enjoy coconuts with Sugar, the vendor who has been serving our tours since 2009 in the Lucea Market. Drink fresh coconut water straight from  the nut and walk through the farmers market.  We then head to the tourism capital of the island of Montego Bay.

day 2

DAY 4:  Montego Bay to Ocho Rios: 60 miles cycling

Today sees us heading along the northcoast of the island, along perfectly paved roads, that goes through historic places like Runaway Bay, where slaves escaped by boats, and Discovery Bay where Christopher Columbus first set foot on Jamaican soil. There are a few climbs along the way!

Even those doing the shorter distance get to  challenge themselves! We stop at the Joe James Gallery where school children come out to sing  and we have a visit from a nearby orphanage (our official charity).

After lunch there is an option to stop at the island's number on attraction: Dunns River Waterfalls. (Entrance fee not included) Here the water cascades from 660ft straight into the warm Caribbean sea, and we have the challenge to climb to the very top! Its as exhilarating as it is invigorating and not to be missed!

day 3

DAY 5: DEPARTURE

Transport from  Holiday Inn Sunspree  to Montego Bay airport

 


Route changes:

Every effort will be made to adhere to the planned route. Any unforeseen adjustments will be noted on our website in advance of the event , noted on the route guides, or explained by our Ride tour Leaders and Road Master during the Jamaica Reggae Ride. There are no refunds or compensations for any route changes, whatsoever.