Melbourne Bike Tour

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60 Siddeley St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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On our Melbourne bike tour, you’ll discover why the city has been voted one of the world’s most bike-friendly. We’ll meander along the safe, scenic bike paths, taking you past some impressive views of the city, and into the heart of Melbourne’s hip, local neighbourhoods.

 

This stunning bike tour of Melbourne begins on the banks of the Yarra River, near the famous Polly Woodside tall ship. As you continue along the Yarra bike trail, you’ll enjoy views of more Melbourne icons, including the legendary Melbourne Cricket Ground(MCG). Other highlights will include Fitzroy Gardens, Rod Laver Arena, Federation Square and Victoria Parliament.

 

As you pedal, your guide will share insightful commentary and local tips on the Melbourne neighbourhoods you pass through. Revealing hidden secrets along the way, the narrative of the tour will help you get a real feel for the character of Melbourne, which will be mirrored in the sights and sounds you experience on your bike tour. As you ride, you’ll enjoy some impressive views of Melbourne’s icons, as well as some less-famous, but equally intriguing sights. Your guide will make sure you get time for photos, because this is definitely a tour you’ll want to show off to your friends and family.

 

This Melbourne bike tour uses unique “urban” bikes that are light, compact, and highly manoeuvrable. They are easy to use, fun to ride, and since Melbourne is rather flat, the tour and bikes are manageable for all rider levels, and is appropriate for ages 10 and up.


Where: Shop 2, 60 Siddeley St (directly across the Yarra River from
the Convention Centre and Polly Woodside Tallship)

 

When: Bookings are available Tuesday - Saturday all year round


Duration:  2.5hrs


Cost : $75 per person


Includes: Bike and helmet


What to Bring: Sunscreen and sunglasses especially during the warmer months. You can wear your normal street clothes but need to be comfortable for cycling.  You may bring a camera and extra snacks.  There are a couple of stops for water stops along the way.