We have a range of different styles of bicycles which include most popular brands including Giant, Malvern Star, Avanti, Apollo, Gecko and Raleigh. All our bicycles are purchased and serviced locally by an acredited dealer. Bicycles styles include standard geared mountain bikes, upgraded mountain bikes and hybrid bicycles. Upgraded and hybrid bicycles have a water carrier, better seats and suspension than a standard bicycle. All bicycles come with a helmet and key lock at no extra charge.
All adult bicycles come in a range of sizes from extra small, small, medium, large to extra large. Children's sizes start at tots trikes and bikes, 16" with or without training wheels, 20" short frames - also available with training wheels, 20" regular and/or geared, and 24" geared mountain bikes.
Baby seats are fitted on standard step-through bicycles available in small or large only.
Tag-a-longs come fitted to a standard bicycle in small, medium or large sizes. There is an option to have these on other bicycles depending on compatable seat post sizing. Sorry we cannot supply tag-alongs or baby seats seperately.
Small children's bikes have a back pedal brake. 20" children's bikes come in three different styles. 20" Shortie is a smaller frame for those children in between a 16" and 20" regular size. Geared 20" bikes have no back pedal brakes and for those confident with hand brakes and gears.
Bicycles should only be used during daylight hours. There is NO insurance cover for after daylight hours. On hiring any bicycles, you acknowledge this condition.
Bicycles are not suitable for jumping or stunt riding. Buckled wheels will incur an extra charge of $25 and excess tyre wear from skidding $20.
This is a rough guide only to bicycle sizing to help you pre order your bikes. Please test ride and ensure the bike feels right for you before taking delivery.
Please don't take risks! Cycling is an enjoyable pastime but can be hazardous. Suitable safety precautions must be taken at all times. before acepting a bicycle for hire, please test it out to make sure the seat is the right height, brakes work well, helmets fit correctly and the bike feels right for you.
Wear your helmet! They are provided for your safety!
Be aware of any vehicle movements and traffic in the area, including parking areas and inside parks. Most paths have pedestrians, be curtious and if riding up behind them, let them know you are coming - they not be aware.
Look out for any hazards in your path.
Parents! You are responsible for your child's riding behaviour.
While all care is taken in maintaining our bicycles, sometimes things happen that are outside our control.