TOURING BIKES


Maintenance Free Adventure bikes

For Travellers and Urbanites

Our bikes have morphed from classic on-road touring bikes and have become adventure bikes or all-road touring bikes. Wider handlebars, room for much bigger tyres, lower gears, and generally bikes that can take harsher use. But they remain the ideal classic touring bike.
You don’t have to be in the country to find rough roads though. In the city, Schwalbe tyres are a real advantage. Likewise, a dynamo lighting system is ideal in the city where it’s safer to have your lights on all the time. If you are commuting and it rains, mudguards are kind to the cyclist behind you. And the rear rack you want on your tour is just as good for shopping on the way home from work.

Vivente Bikes Are Strong

We do everything possible to make your bike tough and long lasting. It is very reliable, not fragile, it’s as durable as a bike can be, it’s ‘notch-proof’ and tough.

Beauty in Form

Enjoy the elegance of careful and thorough design. Vivente combines functionality with simple beauty to give you the greatest satisfaction and enjoyment.

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Swabia

The finest touring bike made. For lovers of the never ending road. View details

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Stirling

From the Stirling Ranges to the Caucasus, ride across the planet on a Stirling. View details

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The Gibb

State of the art. Comfortably ride around the world on The Gibb. View details

Stirling

From the Stirling Ranges to the Caucasus, the bike to ride across the planet on

  • Adjustable swept back riser bars
  • Rohloff internal gear system with belt
  • Mirror, integrated lighing and more

Swabia

The finest touring bike made. For lovers of the never ending road

  • Flared out Drop bars
  • Rohloff internal gear system with belt
  • Mirror, integrated lighing and more

The Gibb

State of the art. Comfortably ride around the world on The Gibb.

  • Trekking Bars for a comfortable sit-up position
  • Rohloff internal gear system with belt
  • Mirror, integrated lighing and more

Anatolia

Take your time but go on and on. The ultimate combination of comfort and endurance.

  • Trekking Bars for a comfortable sit-up position
  • Shimano triple set derailleur with 570% range
  • Mirror, integrated lighing and more

Deccan

The bike for the open road. Ride across whole continents.

  • Drop bars to improve downhill and long distance aerodynamics
  • Shimano triple set derailleur with 570% range with STI levers
  • Mirror, integrated lighing and more

* All our bikes are designed in Australia

Latest Rides From the Blog

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A ride in Oregon, USA

A week of touring all around Portland Oregon before heading south, finding the Willamette Valley cycleway, riding to Eugene and…

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A quick ride in China

Just a 100km ride on a day. It is barely valid to make it into a blog. But my only…

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A ride in France and Spain

A ride from Nice to Cordoba through inland Spain. Ready to ride out from my Sydney abode I am travelling…

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An urban tour of Washington DC

An urban tour. 10 days in DC with side rides to West Virginia and Baltimore. A bad start was arriving…

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A tour in Germany

A ride from Hamburg to Bodensee in the south. We ride through Podstam, Berlin, Dresden, Bayreuth, Bamberg, Nuremberg, and Ulm.…

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A tour in Australia

A ride from Kununurra to Derby on the Gibb River Road. We flew into Kununurra, put the bikers together at…

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A ride across the Caucasus

A ride across the Caucasus between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea and up to Erzurum on the Anatolian…

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A ride through Armenia and Iran

A ride from Yerevan, the capital of Armenia south to the Iranian border, along the border on the Iranian side…

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A ride in India

The Chhattisgarh ride. To get into Chhattisgarh we land in Hyderabad and ride up to Warangal on the first day.…

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Vivente Bikes is a venture of Gemini Bicycle Centres Pty Ltd, ABN 32 003 102 538

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