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Our guides

Our guides know the hills around Queenstown like the back of their hands and are passionate about sharing Central Otago’s epic backcountry riding with other mountain bikers.


Fraser Gordon

Head Guide & Ops Manager

Born and bred in the Queenstown Lakes Region, Fraser grew up playing in the mountains we ride as his backyard. Two wheeled fun has always been his passion, racing downhill at a national level as a teenager.
Fraser has spent many years driving & managing Jet Boats and is looking forward to putting his extensive experience to great use and giving people a thrill of a different kind with HeliBike NZ.
Fraser loves to share his passion for bikes & the awesome riding here in Queenstown.  Over the past decade, he has been heavily involved as a volunteer in the local MTB scene, building trails & organising events for the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club. He is also chairman of the Kelly McGarry Foundation, a charity that fosters mountain bike trail building and sport talent in New Zealand.


Nikki Cameron


Nikki has been riding - and hunting and fishing - in the mountains around Queenstown since 2005. A former rafting, kayaking and snowboarding guide, Nikki got into downhill mountain biking in Whistler ten years ago and has been riding her bike ever since. Nikki reckons she's found her riding nirvana at HeliBike NZ.

Nikki's favourite ride is the                                         ride as she loves the 1000m downhill and the fabulous views from the top of Quartz Knoll

Eddie Hollins


Eddie Hollins life long love of mountain biking kicked off age five on his sister’s pink Avanti. These days his ride’s a bit flasher but the force is still strong.

A former rock climbing and mountaineering guide and welder and fitter, Eddie splits his time between HeliBike NZ and managing the coolest little gear shop on the planet, Small Planet.  When he’s not out exploring the great outdoors – riding, hiking, rock climbing and skiing and touring – Eddie enjoys a good book.

Henry van Asch

HeliBike NZ Owner

A former New Zealand downhill mountain bike champion, if there’s one thing Henry van Asch loves as much as Bungy, it’s bikes. Touted as New Zealand’s first ever heli-biker, at Glenorchy in 1990, Henry’s other claim to fame is taking Bungy jumping to the world as co-founder of AJ Hackett Bungy. Watch out as he injects some Bungy cool into heli-biking.

Amanda Tutton


Rider, guide, adventurer, Amanda, brings to the role a lifetime of experience working on the mountains. From mountain bike coaching to ski patrol, adventure guiding to Search and Rescue, Amanda knows Queenstown's back country as well as the mountains in Wales she once called home. 


Amanda says most of her time is spent adventuring - or planning adventures. Just a few of these have included swimming the Escape from Alcatraz, caving through the largest cave in the World - Son Doong - in Vietnam, heli-boarding in Alaska and generally hiking and biking in the brilliant backyard of New Zealand.

Her favourite trip with HeliBikeNZ is the                                           

which begins in an epic alpine setting, with a brilliant rocky freeride and then descends into stunning golden farmland. After another helicopter ride you get in an extra great run down Crown Peak.


Peter McInally


Thirty years of shredding the hills around Queenstown – by motorbike and mountainbike – have not dampened Pete McInally’s enthusiasm for back country New Zealand. Partial to a bit of downhilling at the gondy,  Pete is President of the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club and is passionate about building trails around the area.  When he’s not on his bike, you’ll find Pete heading for the water – wakeboarding, water skiing, windsurfing or paddleboarding.

Get in touch

If you'd like to talk heli-biking, we'd love to hear from you. Just give us a call, message us or send us an email.

Phone: 0800 328 897 or 027 648 3783

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