Experience the Number #1 Queenstown Bike Hire Specialists
Suitable for beginners to experienced riders. We have a full family-friendly range of mountain bikes. Our E-bikes are suitable for riders as small as 153cm/ 5’1″. Our choice of manufacturer – Giant™ will ensure your riding experience is world-class.
1. Choose between E-bike/bike/E-scooter
2. Choose free drop off in Queenstown or daily shuttle options (see below)
3. Select date/time
4. Helmets, maps and knowledgeable driver included
5. Add extras (trailer, own bikes, baby seat)
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Which trail is right for me?
Minimum 2-hour to all day. This depends on if you want to stop off and enjoy some food and wine along the way too. If it’s a ride to Queenstown golf course and back situated over the other side of the lake from Queenstown then allow 3-hours of riding. Take all day if you want to sample breweries and restaurants.
Beginner, Easy for all. Minimal elevation. Great for kids as there’s lots of stops and we can collect you if they need a quick extraction.
As flat as you can get. Some small ups and downs over by Kelvin Heights.
Wide gravel, lake trail, away from cars. Follow the edge of the lake all the way around on your right side going out and left side coming back. You can’t get lost.
An easy 16.5 km one way (33 km return). Leave 3 hours to get to Jack’s point one way as it’s approx 35kms one way.
Altitude brewery, Frankton Arm Tavern, The Boatshed, The Hilton’s Wakatipu Grill, Queenstown golf course.
Frankton/Kelvin Heights Bike Trail
This is the simplest and best value choice – The Frankton and Kelvin Heights trail is the local favourite. Simple to navigate around the lake with lots of access to facilities like toilets, restaurants & breweries. It’s a time-friendly choice too if you have a scheduled plan. Or choose exercise-free option: E-scooters.
Grade – Beginner, Easy
Type – Wide gravel, lake trail, away from cars
Distance – 14 km one way (28 km return)
Things to see– Kawarau Falls & jet boat sightings, Queenstown Gardens, Kelvin Heights beach, Queenstown’s pine tree peninsula, the TSS Earnslaw, Goat sculptures.
Recommended stops -Altitude brewery, Frankton Arm Tavern, The Boatshed, The Hilton’s Wakatipu Grill.
Arrowtown to Gibbston – Bridges to wine Trail
Time – Arrowtown to Gibbston = 1-2 Hour, To end of Gibbston trail (optional effort) = 60 mins
Shuttle times – QTN to Arrowtown = 20 mins, Gibbston to QTN = 40 mins
Grade – Beginner, Easy
Gradient – Mostly flat with a small climb going into Gibbston
Type – Wide gravel path, bridge crossings, some shared country roads, minimal car interaction
Distance – 16km Arrowtown to Gibbston Valley (8 km – Gibbston Valley to Mount Rosa) Total 24 kms
Things to see – The world’s first bungy jump platform, 5 epic bridges including an 80-metre suspension bridge, Kawarau Gorge, Kawarau River, Arrow River, NZ’s most picturesque small town, Derelict Chinese mining settlement, Gold mining history and of course vineyards.
Recommended stops – Gold mining museum, AB bakery’s, AJ Hackett Bungy, Gibbston Valley, Gibbston Tavern, Rockburn wineries, Peregrine wineries, Kinross wineries, Cargo Breweries, Mount Rosa.
Arrowtown to Gibbston = 1 Hour into Gibbston and 2-hours to end of Gibbston trail / Mount Rosa.
Beginner trail. The bridges can be scary to ride over but think of the wine at the end. Not suitable to ride for infants or kids under 8. Instead get a tag-along or baby trailer.
Mostly flat with a small climb going into Gibbston. Reasonable fitness on regular bikes or choose our ebikes like 95% of people do.
Wide gravel path, 7 bridge crossings, some shared country roads, minimal car interaction. Twin River trail.
16km Arrowtown to Gibbston Valley
8 km – Gibbston Valley (first winery) to Mount Rosa (last winery)
Total 24 kms
The world’s first bungy jump platform, 7 epic bridges including an 80-metre suspension bridge, Kawarau Gorge, Kawarau River, Arrow River, NZ’s most picturesque small town, Derelict Chinese mining settlement, Gold mining history and of course, heaps of vineyards.
60 mins -Gibbston Valley (1st winery) to Mt Rosa (end winery)
Mostly flat with minimal climbs. 10-15 minutes between wineries so take a break whenever you like.
The world’s first bungy jump platform, Kawarau Gorge, Kawarau River, world-class vineyards.
AJ Hackett Bungy, Gibbston Valley, Gibbston Tavern, Rockburn wineries, Peregrine wineries, Kinross wineries, Cargo Breweries, Mount Rosa.
Gibbston – Red, Red Wine trail
Time – To end of Gibbston trail (optional effort) = 60 mins
Shuttle – Gibbston to QTN = 40 mins
Grade – Beginner, Easy
Gradient – Mostly flat with minimal climbs
Type – Wide gravel bike path, don’t ride on the road, cross roads at designated points
Distance – 8 km – Gibbston Valley Wineries to Mount Rosa
Things to see – The world’s first bungy jump platform, Kawarau Gorge, Kawarau River, vineyards.
Recommended stops – AJ Hackett Bungy, Gibbston Valley, Gibbston Tavern, Rockburn wineries, Peregrine wineries, Kinross wineries, Cargo Breweries, Mount Rosa.
Explore Queenstowns Trails
like you’ve never experienced before.
Come journey along 110+ kms of world class trails.
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Points Of Difference
You’re on holiday, so relax. Save your energy for the ride and it won’t cost a cent more!
Every day is a chance to learn something new so let our guide give you a history & geography lesson
-More for your money-
Going Blue are on the clock longer than any other bike company in town so you get more time on the bikes for the same price.
*Hint: This gets you an extra hour at the wineries.
-Convenient for you-
We can recommend some spots to finish but ultimately you choose whether it’s your accommodation or maybe you want to satisfy your appetite and finish next to Ferg Burger?
Lock and leave with keyless WordLock™ technology.
We will text you the evening before your ride to remind you of your trip and answer any questions about your experience.
-2021 Premium Giant™ bikes-
We choose Giant™ bikes because they have been making bikes since 1972 and are the largest manufacturer of bikes worldwide to date.
Easy to use for any first-timers and has 5 settings of power – Eco, Eco+, Sports, Sports+ and Superman/woman mode!
Giant 2020 Hardtail Front Suspension
Giant brings you the new “Talon 3″. A solid performing “get the job done” pedal bike. Suitable for beginners to experts with a carefully made lightweight frame, you’re sure to find the riding experience world-class. We have bikes in XS, S, M, L suitable for heights of 157cm-188cm / 5’2″-6’3”. All are Talons are the upgraded 29″ tyre version.
Random Fact: We’ve had the Gold Coast Suns and some of the mighty All Blacks take these for a spin so rest assured they’ve been put through their paces.
Giant 2021 Talon E-bike
A new year, a new ebike from Giant and what a beautiful bike this is. Similar components to our 2020 with a few small changes. Why fix what isn’t broken?
365 Electric Scooter
Folding Design, Max Distance 30KM, Max Load 100KG, Max Speed 23 KPH
Perfect for ages 10 and above to get around Queenstown. Great for family outings too.
We recommend the Frankton track whilst stopping for a drink at Altitude Brewery or grab some food at The Frankton Arms Tavern. Alternatively, head around to the Hilton, enjoy the views and maybe a glass of vino whilst waiting for the water taxi to pick you up. They come every hour and it only costs $9 to get a return back to Queenstown but do check with our driver once he’s come to your accommodation to drop these electric beauties off!
Unfortunately, once the batteries died we won’t be able to drop off another scooter for you. Use sparingly and any pick ups outside of Queenstown CBD will include a small fee.
We also have discounts on multi-day hires so please call to arrange.
Helmets + Maps provided
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