Free Range Bike Hire and Tours

Multiple Locations

Free Range Bike Hire and Tours is a family run business that offers premium bicycle hire and tour services. They are the only company that offers electric bicycle tours make it possible to get to great spots with ease. Their tours allow guests to discover Brisbane with a local and with no more than four guests per tour. As such, their tours are very personal and allow guests to see more than they ever would on foot.

As well as taking in the beautiful city, Brisbane has a very unique history. Their guides will bring this history to life with interesting stories and accompanying photos. Tours also stop at unique local cafes or bars to take in the area and enjoy a drink.

Free Range also offers evening tours to allow guests experience the changing scenery as day turns to night. Seeing the city and iconic Story Bridge lit up is an experience in itself.

A tour with Free Range is an unforgettable experience and guests will experience the true Brisbane. The only problem is they will want to extend their stay.

Activities

  • Cycling

Our Tours

Brisbane Discovery Tour

The Brisbane Discovery Tour is for anyone wanting to see more of Brisbane while also discovering the city's unique history. All tours are conducted on easy to ride electric bikes making for a relaxing ride. Hills are not a problem for anyone on an electric bike.

This tour has a maximum of four guests making it very personal. Every guest is able to ask questions and stop for photos without worrying about holding up a big group. The guides are friendly and knowledgeable and are passionate about Brisbane and it's history.

You will ride around the river taking in Brisbane's best views. You will also ride down quiet back streets in some of Brisbane's oldest suburbs getting a feel for how the city has evolved.

This tour includes water and snacks as well as a stop at a local cafe to try a fresh cool drink of your choice.

Perfect for anyone who wants to experience what Brisbane is really made of.

Indicative rates

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$120 $120

The Beer and Lights Tour is for anyone wanting to see more of Brisbane as the sun goes down and the lights come on. All tours are conducted on easy to ride electric bikes making for a relaxing ride. Hills are not a problem for anyone on an electric bike.

This tour has a maximum of four guests making it very personal. Every guest is able to ask questions and stop for photos without worrying about holding up a big group. The guides are friendly and knowledgeable and are passionate about Brisbane and it's history.

You will ride around the river taking in Brisbane's best views. This tours will take you to some of the best vantage points in the city as the lights come one. With a little less talking and more admiring, it is an amazing way to see Brisbane. We will also stop for a quick beer toward the end of the tour so you can ask your guide any questions about Brisbane and take in a local beer.

A totally unique way to experience Brisbane. Perfect for anyone who wants to experience what Brisbane is really made of.

Indicative rates

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$120 $120

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