See why international fashion mag Lucire described this as “the jewel in the crown” of Melbourne tours, NZ's Metro Magazine named it one of the top 10 things to do in Melbourne and why we're reviewed so well on TripAdvisor.
With Real Melbourne Bike Tours you'll see more in a few hours than most see in days. Get your bearings as you explore Melbourne’s grooviest streets, parks, shops, cafes, hidden laneways and multicultural neighbourhoods. Experience real Melbourne hospitality and sample some gourmet treats on this leisurely ride with a local guide. It’s the perfect way to start any Melbourne visit.
We have a maximum of 8 riders on our daily city tour, but run private tours for bigger groups on request.
We have a bike hire shop at Federation Square (where you can leave your stuff free of charge) and our own fleet of 60 light hybrid 21-speed bikes in a variety of sizes.
We also have baby seats, children's bikes, tagalongs, tandems.
Our clients include Qantas and Melbourne's top private and public schools as well as Visit Victoria and we have featured in newspapers and magazines worldwide for 18 years, as well as on TV's Great Outdoors, Coxy's Big Break, Postcards and Getaway.
Generally we don't recommend that children under 12 years of age ride on their own, as the tour does involve some city riding, but we leave that to the discretion of parents who best know their kids, and their experience and capabilities.
We have had children complete the tour on their own bikes, tagalongs, the back of tandems, in buggies – even in baby seats. Feel free to contact Murray on 0417 339 203 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Our famous city tour runs from 10am-2.30pm. Bookings are essential.
Adults $120 including lunch. Children (12-18) $89 Family of two adults and two kids U18 $333.
Private city bike tours available for $150 per adult or $120 for kids.
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