The World's #1 fully equipped touring and road bikes
All Vivente touring bikes come equipped with integrated lighting powered by a dynamo hub for the best bike lights experience.
All Vivente touring bikes are equipped with tubus racks for the rear and mounts for front racks.
All Vivente touring bikes are made to the strongest standard for steel frames to make the strongest bike possible.
Vivente Touring Bicycles
We've designed Vivente World Randonneur bikes to a rigorous standard to ensure their quality meets high expectations. So use our touring bikes for your morning commute or your off-road adventures, they will not let you down. Choose from the below models to see which is right for you.
Vivente bikes are designed for distance, trail and urban touring alike.
With their Busch & Muller lighting system and rust-proof chromoly steel frames our bikes are ready night and day to take you anywhere.
Touring Bikes for Travellers & Urban Cyclists
Vivente bikes have changed from the classic on-road touring bikes we’ve been making since 1981. Since then they’ve become adventure bikes and all-road bikes with wider touring handlebars. Also they include room for bigger tyres, lower gears, and an ability to handle harsher use. But they remain the classic Australian on-road touring bike built for both light travellers and adventurers coming across rough roads.
Schwalbe Almotion tyres and a dynamo lighting system are real advantages in the city where it’s safer to leave your lights on all the time. If you are out riding and it rains, mudguards are a kindness to the cyclist behind you and the Tubus rear rack is perfect for both long trips and for when you grab some things on your way home from work.
The complete utility and comfortable touring bike handlebars and timeless style of a Vivente Bike is sure be everything you need for your next adventure. See our range below and find your next touring bike.
The Road to Development
Noel has been riding around the world, testing parts and making changes for over 40 years. Vivente bikes aren't simply a list of parts but rather a result of years of hard study into what makes a touring bike great.
Exploring the Central West Cycling Trail in central NSW
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Frozen Chocolate Milk & Muesli in Western Australia in 1977
The last section of the Nullarbor had been recently sealed and, in Sydney, riding to Perth had become ‘a thing’.… Read More »Frozen Chocolate Milk & Muesli in Western Australia in 1977
Touring and Hiking the Heaphy Track in New Zealand
A ride from Greymouth to Hamilton along the west coast. This included a flight from Nelson to Wellington. There is… Read More »Touring and Hiking the Heaphy Track in New Zealand
Fixing Broken Pedals for the Locals in Odisha, India
A ride in northern Odisha. We landed at Vizasg, the only international airport in the region. We used the train… Read More »Fixing Broken Pedals for the Locals in Odisha, India
Looking for Phantom India in 1978
In 1978 a six month, 5,000km tour of Sri Lanka and India. Inspired by Louis Malle’s groundbreaking six-hour documentary, Phantom… Read More »Looking for Phantom India in 1978
Testing a Hebie Chainglider in Germany, Austria
A ride in Germany and Austria solely on bike paths. We started in Stuttgart and caught the train to Nagold… Read More »Testing a Hebie Chainglider in Germany, Austria
Discovering Rail Trails in Western Europe
Riding from Amsterdam to Bodensee in Southern Germany. This tour crosses Netherlands, Belgium, France, Luxemburg and Germany. I have put… Read More »Discovering Rail Trails in Western Europe