Top 7 Riding Spots in New Zealand
Over the years we’ve foiled in some of New Zealand’s most epic locations and figure its only fair to share. Check out our tried and tested favourite foiling locations…
As one of New Zealand’s most iconic lakes, Wanaka provides a ride like no other and with an XE-1 allowing you to plane over the waters you’ll be able to make the Lonely Tree a little less so..
Rangitoto in the background, the sun on your face and salt in the air- we love riding at Takapuna. With many places to explore all around, riding the waters has never been easier.
With Queenstown being our adventure capital, it’s safe to say that riding a bike on water will certainly turn heads. With several easy to launch spots, bike around Lake Wakatipu for a bit, pull off for a coffee and jump back on to keep exploring!
With the most crystal clear waters our team ever saw during our South Island Road Show, biking anywhere in the Abel Tasman is truly a surreal experience with mother nature.
Yes, it is freezing cold. But, for the adventurous type, the snow capped mountains in the background complimented by a strong will to not fall into the water definitely makes for a breathtaking ride.
Rugged volcanic landscape with cool and clear waters all year round, taking the Hydrofoiler on your next trip around the lake is a must! With natural hot pools and a waterfall to explore it offers the ultimate day trip.
Lake Taupo is the number one favourite riding spot for many reasons. Ride out and visit the amazing Māori carvings or foil alongside sea planes. With stunning waters, loads of launching spots and many a thing-to-do – foiling in Taupo is certainly something to add to the summer list!