Hire Rate includes Bike, Helmet, Lock & Maps!
With our great range of quality bikes – including the amazing electric bikes – you can cruise the streets of Hobart at your own pace.
The bikes have everything you need included in the low hire rates (helmet, locks and a map of Hobart) and we’ll give you tips galore so you can go and explore!
With our very conveniently located dockside depot just seconds from the Hobart Bike Track AND Salamanca restaurant precinct, and very close to the Hobart Cruise ship terminal it’s easy to hire a great bike and be on your way to enjoy this beautiful waterside city.
- Open 9am to 5:30pm Daily
Read more about the possibilities for cycling in and around Hobart @ Ride Advisor Bicycle Hire and Tours Guide.
ALSO see a list of the Top 10 things to do in Hobart put together by our friends at Tasmania Air Adventures.
From Our Blog
Our handy location is at No. 35 Hunter street. We are in the same building complex as the Henry Jones IXL Hotel, and right next to the Tasmania University Art School.
Hunter Street is on the Hobart Waterfront around 150m walk from the Salamanca area.
To find us just look for the IXL JAMS sign on the building as you cross the Constitution Dock Bridge.
Our new location is just down the road from The Grand Chancellor Hotel, Zero Davey accommodation apartments, Somerset on the Pier and Quest Waterfront.
If you are walking to the city from a cruise ship, you will be walking right past our door.
If you are visiting Hobart we are the place to come for quality electric bicycles, 21 and 24 speed bikes and tandems and even motor scooters.
We love you to have the best possible riding experience.
We have taken delivery of a fleet of 10 new Giant 21 speed ladies & men’s bicycles ALSO 4 new Aseako Electric Ebikes.
These comfortable city bikes have robust tyres, comfortable seats, and quality components, they will not let you down when all you really want is enjoy the ride.
All the ladies bikes are equipped with a quality basket, and the men’s bikes with a rear rack; pack a picnic, and make a day of it.
Looking for somewhere to go? Why not try a self guided tour.