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Iceland Bike Farm

Kirkjubaejarklaustur, Iceland
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About Iceland Bike Farm
Iceland Bike Farm is a local tour company, owned by young couple. We operate mountain bike tours in the mtb-paradise, Kirkjubajarklaustur area, specializing in fat-biking.
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Had a great time on my biking adventure with Icelandic Bike Farm. Group was just 3 people (plus guide) and it felt very isolated (in a good way). The adventure option is mildly challenging (mostly the climbs, that I often walked) and totally exhilarating. Definitively need to be
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We were traveling with a big group and did 25k trip with them. We had the best experience with Mummi and Rannveig, sincerely welcoming and professional approach to everyone! Spectacular views of amazing nature and adrenaline tracks!
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Started by packing the bikes on the car at the farm, drove a while to first enter an incredible, ages old lava cave. The drive itself was already an amazing experience. Once we came out of the cave, went with the mountain bikes down the road, which was a road well enough to bike
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Iceland bike Farm is such a great concept. We were a group of 9 with a guided tour that headed up in the mountains on these great bikes. Some of us had never ridden these kind of bikes but the guide took us through everything. The scenery was spectacular and it was a perfect
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We stayed at the bike farm for three days with our two 8-yr-olds. There are so many amazing things about this place. It is 25,000 acres of working farmland run by Mummi and Rannevig - we felt privileged that they shared their beautiful lands and way of life with us - felt like
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