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About Te Aroha
Te Aroha is a beautiful village nestled in the shadows of Mt. Te Aroha. At 952m Mount Te Aroha is the highest point in the Kaimai Mamaku Forest Park and is part of an ancient volcanic chain from 24 to 2 million years ago.
Home to the world's only Hot Water Soda Geyser "MOKENA GEYSER" Te Aroha is a sought after tourist destination with plenty of things to see and do.
Mt. Te Aroha Bike Hire & Tours
Mt. Te Aroha Bike Hire & Tours was born when Ravin & Sunny realized after their new start up, a sports store "Hunt n Cast" was opened, that even after being right in the middle of the Hauraki Rail Trail, there is no comprehensive facility in Te Aroha for people to experience the joy of cycling and explore and enjoy our great town and country side. We believe a lot of people just need to try and enjoy the great outdoors with a bit of support. With our fleet of E Bikes we have tried to put fun back into cycling for all ages. However we also maintain a fleet of push bikes which are available for people with higher fitness levels
About Ravin & Sunny
Ravin is a graduate in Agriculture & Animal Husbandry. Has more than 12 years of experience in dairy farming and growing field & horticultural crops. He also has more than 10 years of experience in Quality Assurance and have co owned an Animal Feed Mill in Palmerston North. He and his wife Sunny are proud owners of local businesses "Te Aroha grains & Stockfeeds", "Equine Country New Zealand" and "Hunt n Cast New Zealand". Ravin has been an outdoor enthusiast all his life. Have trekked extensively on category four treks in Himalayas and enjoyed Biking, Paragliding, Black Water rafting, Kayaking etc. Currently enjoys E Biking with his son Shantanu & daughter Ishita.
Sunny is a Post graduate in Mathematics and an accomplished sportswoman. She's been a national player of Handball. Currently works as a Supervisor in Poultry Processing industry and gives direction to our many businesses.
Mt. Te Aroha Bike Hire & Tours is conveniently located opposite the Police Station in Te Aroha in the shadow of Mt. Te Aroha on 50 Rewi St. next to "Te Aroha Grains & Stockfeeds".