Image courtesy of Escapegoat
Want an alternative way to explore Belair National Park without paying the entry fee?
Hire bikes and waive the parks car entry fee with Escapegoat’s new bike hire cafe.
This October weekend is your chance to discover Escapegoat’s newest location, perfect for families these school holidays.
Escapegoat is a family run, South Australian business, offering small group mountain bike tours in and around South Australia.
The company has just opened a brand new bike hire cafe, the Goat Shed, at the base of Belair National Park, in the old golf pro shop.
There is a range of bikes to hire, from hardtail and e-bikes, to bikes for kids.
The Goat Shed also includes basic maintenance supplies, parts, and services for bikes.
If you’re nervous to take on the e-bikes, owner Ian Fehler is on hand to offer his expertise.
Feel the rush as you pedal through the trees, then enjoy a post-ride cappuccino when you return the bikes.
Aroma coffee has you sorted with their tasty roasted beans and coffee up for grabs at the new base camp.
The cafe also has a selection of cakes and other snacks to enjoy. Grab a bike or just grab a coffee and chill out in the serene national park.
‘We are hoping to get some nature therapy activities incorporated in the future,” Ian says.
Other plans include a purpose-built skills area, which will include a pump track, progressive drops and rolling obstacles.
There are also plans to re-route of the final section of the Adventure loop trail, to direct riders down through the golf course.
The intention is for this to double as an area to coach and conduct skills sessions.
The new Escapegoat cafe is open all long weekend.
The Goat Shed is open daily from 9am until around 5pm, depending on how busy the day is.
Discover the new Goat Shed at the old golf course pro shop, adjacent to the Belair National Park Caravan Park.
Find Belair National Park at 101 Upper Sturt Rd, Belair.
Read more here: www.escapegoat.com.au