Australian & Melbourne owned and operated since 2002
See why international fashion mag Lucire described this as “the jewel in the crown” of Melbourne tours and NZ's Metro Magazine named it one of the top 10 things to do in Melbourne.
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.
- Find out which Italian cyclist founded Melbourne’s “Little Italy”, why Melbourne was originally called Batmania and why a stuffed Kiwi horse is the number one drawcard at Melbourne Museum in this tour designed by Melbourne journalist and photographer Murray Johnson
- Learn why Melbourne’s streets are lined with lava and its' Eureka Tower is glazed in real gold
- Discover the Greek tavern that has no menu and Melbourne’s best-kept-secret – Little Saigon
- Melbourne’s best “yum cha”, the men’s salon that gives you a free Aussie beer with every haircut, the shop that boasts 15,000 cookbooks and lots more quirky “inside” info on the world’s most liveable, rideable city. Enjoy this easy, fun tour
- Rediscover the wind in your hair and the freedom of eco-friendly cycling
Daily departures from Rentabike @ Federation Square.
Tour runs 10am-2pm. Bookings essential.
Includes: Tour, coffee and cakes in Little Italy and lunch.
Real Melbourne Bike Tours can be customised for your group or corporate needs. For instance we also offer a tour to St Kilda via the Royal Botanic Gardens, War Memorial, Albert Park Lake and Grand Prix Track to Acland St Kilda and back along the beach. This St Kilda ride is ideal for school groups, being virtually all off-road a fun, free-flowing ride with lunch in groovy Acland St.
Dial from overseas: +61 417 339 203
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