Lambert came the first time to Bali in the early eighties after just finishing a world tour on his French Motobécane mountain-bike. Even after working as rickshaw driver in Hawaii the mountains of Bali proved to be too much and too hot for being fun to ride his bike. No motor supported biking at that time, just peddling. Lambert tried together with the German bicycle enthusiast Gaby to put ideas together to establish Bike Tours in Bali, but they were ahead of their time: Only traditional 'Holland' bikes were available in Indonesia then.
Gaby moved back home to help improving bike tourism in Europe, leading now the tourism department of the biggest cyclist association in Germany - and Lambert after all this years started successfully to design bike tours from the hills of Bedugul, Batur and Agung to the lower lands of Ubud and the coast. But those tours have a strong ecological disadvantage: They relay on cars to transport the bikes up - and those four wheelers are even used to accompany the riders on their way down.
Through a collaboration with the German manufacturer of high-quality E-Bikes Riese & Müller he now is dedicated to bring this relatively new technic to Bali to fight the increasing pollution brought by the many millions of motorbikes and half a million cars to Bali. Together with his wife Reki, who runs one of the more popular bed-and breakfasts on the island, they now help to find the right bike tours for every age and level and focusing for their own guests on guided E-Bike and hiking Tours, Culinary Experiences and rounding it all up with one of the best located SPA's on the island.