The most scenic views of the Port Phillip Bay from Port Melbourne through St Kilda, Elwood, Brighton to Black Rock and return.
You ride along the famous Bay Trail from Port Melbourne towards St Kilda, the multicultural precinct along the Bay bursting with colour, great food and vibes.
St Kilda Pier houses the local Fairy Penguin colony and of course there is the face of St Kilda, Mr Moon and his big smile - the historic amusement park Luna Park.
You then continue on passing through Elwood along the beach bike paths to Brighton where you have an opportunity to see the iconic Bathing Boxes on Brighton Beach.
From there you reach your turn around destination at Black Rock where you get to see the magnificent Red Bluff cliffs and the historic shipwreck HMVS Cerberus in the shallow waters off Black Rock beach.
Length - approximately three and a half hours. Trail - easy flat surface with some inclines towards the end.
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ElliptiGO Experiences are keen on customising your experience to give you the best options for your interests and timeframes while in Melbourne. They offer daily departures. To book your ride call ElliptiGO Experiences.
Join ElliptiGO Experiences on Melbourne’s latest must-do Stand Up Bike Rides. Whether you are visiting or local, get social and create lasting memories immersing your body and mind on a personalised guided ElliptiGO Ride along Melbourne’s most scenic waterways.
You will experience Melbourne from a different perspective capturing Instagram worthy photo opportunities of natural and urban landscapes plus Melbourne’s most iconic landmarks with refreshment stops at hidden cafes only locals know about.
Customise your experience by choosing your desired ride time, refreshment stops and return route from the Melbourne Bay Trail, Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail, Maribyrnong River Trail or Main Yarra Trail.
Enjoy the ease of riding the ElliptiGO bike. It is comfortable riding position and gearing system are perfect for all fitness levels and adventure seekers.
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