When you chose to hire a bike in Melbourne with Freddy’s bike tours along with the great bikes we supply you with a helmet (It’s law in Australia that you must wear a bike helmet), a bike lock and also a bike map. We believe this is all you need to get you started on a great day out in Melbourne.
If you need a little inspiration about what to do on your Melbourne bike hire we are here to help. One of our favorite bike rides in Melbourne takes you down to the beach side suburb of St Kilda.
For the Melbourne bike ride we suggest that you get Freddy’s team to meet you and your group with the hire bikes down at Federation square. After we get you fitted out with the perfect bike your day begins with a ride down through Melbourne’s royal botanical gardens which start just on the other side of the Yarra from Fed square. Whilst taking you bike through the gardens make sure you stop at the shrine of remembrance its a great place to get a quick glimpse of Australia’s war time history, take the steps inside up to the top for a great view of Melbourne.
Once back on your bikes follow the bike path from Melbourne’s CBC towards St Kilda, along the way you can take your bike for a quick spin on the Melbourne grad prix circuit. After about 30mins of bike ridding you will start to smell the beach in front of you.
St Kilda has been around almost as long as Melbourne and the once run down suburb is turning into a little paradise by the sea. Wether your interests are in music, food, fashion or just laying on the beach you can get it all done in one day with the Melbourne bike hire from Freddy’s bike tours.
After heading direct to the beach we suggest you take you bike and head down the beach to find a great place to get a little sun and just relax, you will haven earned it. When the beach life is getting you a little too relaxed take the bikes down to one of the best pubs Melbourne has to offer, the Espy this live music institution has seem the best ( and sometimes worst) of Melbourne’s life music with 5 stages many of them free chances are you will be lucky enough to catch a gig.
When the sun starts to set and the beer is starting to taste just a little bit too good we suggest you get the hire bikes back to Freddy’s bike tours before you never leave the grand suburb of St Kilda.