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 friendliness and sample some gourmet treats on this leisurely ride with a local guide. It’s the perfect way to start any Melbourne visit. We treat all our guests like old friends visiting from out-of-town. We're putting real hospitality back into the tourism industry. Enjoy exploring Melbourne with the wind in your hair on this eco-friendly back-streets small-group adventure. From the street art to the markets and hidden gems we'll tell you the best places to eat, drink and shop throughout your stay in Melbourne. We'll tell you where to find the best apple pie gelato, we'll show you the Greek tavern that has no menu, the burger joint in a train perched on a rooftop and lots more.
Murray Johnson is a newspaper journalist and photographer who has travelled all over the world. He has lived in New Zealand and Canada, speaks French and is learning Italian and Spanish. He and his team of experienced guides are passionate about sharing Melbourne's best places to eat, drink and shop as well as telling stories that bring the city to life. As well as having fun and picking up great tips on how to make the most of your trip to Melbourne you'll learn a bit about what makes Melbourne tick... from its 30,000-year Aboriginal history to the invention of its very own game: Australian rules Football.
Lunch We'll eat at Queen Vic Market or elsewhere on non-market days
As well as visiting Yarra River highlights, the Upside Down Bells, Rod Laver tennis arena and the Melbourne Cricket Ground we'll show you Little Italy, Queen Victoria Market and the other big "sights"... but more importantly we'll take you to the backstreets where you'll find surprises like AirStream trailers turned into cool cafes, famous street art, rooftop bars, multicultural neighbourhoods and much more.
2歳以上の方8名まで参加できます。 Parents can bring their children, so long as they realise that the tour involves some city riding in traffic. We have everything from baby seats to tagalongs and children's bikes to suit all sizes.
Melbourne's weather can be changeable, especially in winter, so it's a good idea to wear layers.
It's a good idea to wear layers as Melbourne's weather can change, comfortable riding clothes and closed shoes.