A major tourism drawcard for mountain bikers in the North is expanding its offerings.
The original three-day luxury adventure ride, Blue Derby Pods Ride, launched just two-and-a-half years ago.
Now the ride will begin to cruise into the East Coast.
The experience has guides lead small groups into an adventure on the Blue Derby trails, before finishing off days at The Hub - an area for wining and dining after days of cycling.
Guests sleep in architecturally designed pods looking out to the tree canopy, and on clear nights, the stars.
A new four-day adventure will take on all the high-end characteristics of the three-day experience, but with the added bonus of a day riding the beautiful new Bay of Fires Trail and finishing with a gourmet seafood lunch.
The dishes for the lunch will be prepared by St Helens chef Tom Dicker of the Bay of Fires Bush Retreat.
Blue Derby Pods Ride owner Tara Howell said they felt it was important for the ride to remain a luxury experience.
"We felt there was no better way to do this than a gourmet seafood platter on the lichen covered rocks of the Bay of Fires," she said.
The new trails on the East Coast - the Bay of Fires Trail and St Helens Stacked Loop Trail - were officially opened late November.
The Bay of Fires Trail boasts 42-kilometres of spectacular views, and runs from the trailhead at Poimena down to Swimcart Beach.
The trails were designed by the masterminds behind the Blue Derby trails - World Trail - and were built to compliment those at Derby.
"We are so grateful for all the continued investment by [the] council and government into North-East Tasmania's mountain biking industry, as without the extension of the trails, we wouldn't be in a position to be offering this new four-day experience," Ms Howell said.
The four-day experience will be offered once a month or on request.
Prices for the all-inclusive experience start from $2850 per person.
For more information, visit bluederbypodsride.com.au.