A fun way to explore the Gisborne region!

Discover spectacular scenery, breathe in fresh air and fall in love with the changing landscapes – all on a bike! Check out the unique vibe of the easternmost city in the world with a guided or a self-guided tour from Cycle Gisborne.

Go on a relaxed 2.5-hour tour of the town and the waterfront. Gisborne is a beautiful city to explore by bike; the city is flat with a lovely cruising surface making it an easy ride for all skill levels. With its rich culture, there is always a lot to see on your ride. The cityscape includes quiet inner-city roads, urban connection routes and dedicated cycle ways that give you an amazing view of the older homes and lovely architecture that dot the city.

You can go on a gourmet vineyard cycle tour to visit a selection of the region’s best wineries and attractions. Travel along quieter country roads meandering through the Poverty Bay flats and discover the wealth of produce and flavour from our popular aromatic wine region. Get to know the wine makers, wineries and some fantastic historical and cultural sites.

How about hopping on to a more vigorous cycling adventure? Bike around Tairāwhiti and across to Opotiki with us.  Aside from the beautiful farm and forest views, the surrounding hills offer many surprises including Rere Rockslide and Falls, Eastwoodhill Arboretum and spectacular riding through the Motu Trails. Cycle Gisborne are Motu Trails official partners.

With our local knowledge, we can even design a special tour just for you. We have been offering guided and freedom tours around the Gisborne region since 2010. Now, the company runs tours year-round and has a diverse fleet of bicycles for travelling around the Gisborne region on and off road.

Whether you’re here for a day or are staying a little longer and you’re looking for fun and exciting things to do in Gisborne, we have a tour or bicycle just right for your needs. Whatever you choose, you’re in for a treat with lots of relevant facts and stories about the places you’ll be visiting.

Come and explore the Gisborne region with us!