2 Baffin Street, Opua Marina, Bay of Islands

eBike Hire


eBikes are taking the world by storm.

Whether you are going to ride the Twin Coast Cycle Trail or just explore Paihia, our eBikes give you a fantastic opportunity to get around the Bay of Islands. Great battery life! Riding an electric eBike is just like riding any other bicycle – you need to pedal and you have a range of gears to use. However, at any point you can choose to utilise the electric power. With the Magnum bikes you can select one of six ‘battery assist’ settings.  Each of these gives a different level of ‘boost’ to help you ride up the hills with relative ease and no sweat.  Be warned – it is a very addictive feeling!

$85 per day or $55 for half day.

Helmet, high viz vest, maps and tuition all included.

Transport packages available to ride the Twin Coast Cycle Trail. Stay at Paihia and ride from Opua or start at the other end at Horeke.


Cycle trail near Opua

Twin Coast Cycle Trail near Opua

Are you visiting the Bay of Islands on a Cruise Ship? eBikes for hire!

We are located in Paihia right where the shuttle buses drop off cruise ship passengers.
We can offer two options for a day in Paihia:
Option 1.  Hire an ebike for up to 4 hours and see the local sights for yourself.  You can easily take in Waitangi, Mt Bledisloe and Haruru Falls.  The electric bikes are fun and easy to ride.
Option 2. For the slightly more adventurous – ride a section of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail from Opua to Kawakawa. You will ride on a disused railway track, alongside a beautiful estuary, through a tunnel and across bridges. On the final 4 kms you will share the track with a vintage steam railway.  The track is flat and easy to ride – you do not need to be an expert cyclist. You can then stop for lunch at Kawakawa and view the world famous Hundertwasser toilets before returning to Opua. Please note that numbers are restricted and prior bookings are required for this trip.

Call us on 0800 891 340 or use the contact form on this page.

See our options for transport on the the Twin Coast Cycle Trail.