At the bottom of the world with nothing between it and Antarctica, Tasmania is a rugged island sitting at the off of Australia's south coast. It's quiet, raw and totally remarkable. Home to a string of elite cyclists and widely celebrated climbs, Tasmania's reputation in the cycling world is continuing to swell - deservingly so. Yet, the largely unpopulated wilderness, protected within national parks and reserves, means there's still much to explore. So we packed up and headed down to a remote part of Western Tasmania and still can't believe what we found.