The Classic

Trip provided by Power to the Pedal
Departing from Our base at 9 Gore Street, Auckland city centre

Guide

Private group

Equipment

Duration:
4 hours
Starting at:
09:00
Bookings Essential

On this guided tour, we’ll take in the iconic sights of Auckland city as well as visit some of our favourite neighbourhoods and parks. We’ll take you to amazing places that are off limits to the tour buses. And getting off the regular tour routes is something you really must do in Auckland to appreciate it diversity. This tour is the perfect way to orient yourself in the city and to discover places to explore further during your visit. We want to show you a lot and don’t believe in rushing things. Given how much there is to see, we wouldn’t want this tour to be any shorter! We ride at a leisurely pace on the electric bikes so you can soak up the beautiful environment that makes Auckland one of the most liveable cities in the world.

As locals, our tour guides will give you an insight into what it’s like to live in this amazing city. We’ll take you through the past, the present and into the future of Auckland.

The majority of the ride will be on dedicated cycleways or on quiet neighbourhood roads. We are of course riding in a city, so inevitably there will be traffic on some of the roads. However, you will be carefully led by your experienced guide at all times. Oh, and did we mention how much fun our electric bikes are? We love them!

Minimum age 14 years old (teenagers of 14-15 years old must be accompanied by an adult).

Small groups of up to 6 riders, plus your friendly guide.

Sights and Neighbourhoods visited include: Grafton Gully cycleway; Maungawhau/Mt Eden summit (some of the best 360 degree views of Auckland!); Auckland Domain park and Wintergardens; Orakei, Auckland’s Waterfront; Quay Street cycleway; Princes Wharf; Wynyard Quarter; Westhaven; up close and personal with the Auckland Harbour Bridge; Freemans Bay and Victoria Park; Nelson Street cycleway; Te Ara i Whiti/the Lightpath; plus plenty more

Included

Electric bike urban cycle helmet bag on your bike for storage of small items bike lock complementary bottle of mineral water lightweight rain jacket (if required!) Friendly guide

Availability

Open:

The Classic

Trip provided by Power to the Pedal
Departing from Our base at 9 Gore Street, Auckland city centre

Guide

Private group

Equipment

Duration:
4 hours
Starting at:
09:00
Bookings Essential

On this guided tour, we’ll take in the iconic sights of Auckland city as well as visit some of our favourite neighbourhoods and parks. We’ll take you to amazing places that are off limits to the tour buses. And getting off the regular tour routes is something you really must do in Auckland to appreciate it diversity. This tour is the perfect way to orient yourself in the city and to discover places to explore further during your visit. We want to show you a lot and don’t believe in rushing things. Given how much there is to see, we wouldn’t want this tour to be any shorter! We ride at a leisurely pace on the electric bikes so you can soak up the beautiful environment that makes Auckland one of the most liveable cities in the world.

As locals, our tour guides will give you an insight into what it’s like to live in this amazing city. We’ll take you through the past, the present and into the future of Auckland.

The majority of the ride will be on dedicated cycleways or on quiet neighbourhood roads. We are of course riding in a city, so inevitably there will be traffic on some of the roads. However, you will be carefully led by your experienced guide at all times. Oh, and did we mention how much fun our electric bikes are? We love them!

Minimum age 14 years old (teenagers of 14-15 years old must be accompanied by an adult).

Small groups of up to 6 riders, plus your friendly guide.

Sights and Neighbourhoods visited include: Grafton Gully cycleway; Maungawhau/Mt Eden summit (some of the best 360 degree views of Auckland!); Auckland Domain park and Wintergardens; Orakei, Auckland’s Waterfront; Quay Street cycleway; Princes Wharf; Wynyard Quarter; Westhaven; up close and personal with the Auckland Harbour Bridge; Freemans Bay and Victoria Park; Nelson Street cycleway; Te Ara i Whiti/the Lightpath; plus plenty more

Included

Electric bike urban cycle helmet bag on your bike for storage of small items bike lock complementary bottle of mineral water lightweight rain jacket (if required!) Friendly guide

Availability

Open: