Electric Mountain Bike Hire

Explore the awesome bike trail network from central Queenstown

Electric Bike

Quality Electric Mountain Bike (with front suspension)
Trail Map

E-Bike Hire Rates

4 Hours (Half Day)
8 Hours (Full Day)


Why ride with an E-Bike?

  • Confidence to get out there and tackle the hills with ease
  • Keep up with more experienced bike riders
  • Ride further, faster, with less effort
  • The freedom to choose how hard you want your ride to be

We’ve even made a blog about why E-bikes are so awesome! 


Where can I collect the E-Bike(s)?

Select the date and quantity of riders on this page. Then on the day simply collect your E-Bike(s) from our shop at 3 Searle Lane, Queenstown.


By what time do I have to return the E-bike(s)?

Our shop closes at 5pm daily. Please make sure you think about this when booking, as you may want to start earlier to maximise your hire time.


How do I see more of the Queenstown Trail?

We have packaged together E-bike hire with shuttle transport to allow you to experience the best of the Queenstown Trail.


Want to hire E-bikes for multiple days?

You’re a legend! See the multi-day hire page here, or the epic multi-day riding options available here.


Please note: riders must be at least 145cm/4ft 8″ tall to fit the smallest E-Bike.

Our fleet of Electric Bikes are mostly made up of the Merida E-Big range. These pedal-assisted E-Bikes are perfectly suited for exploring the Queenstown Trail.

When you collect your E-Bike, our team will explain how to operate them effectively to get the most out of your ride.

Here are some of their specs:

Frame: Aluminum Alloy
Weight: 20kg (including battery)
Carrying Ability: 120kg
Power Settings: 3 levels on LCD display
Display: Shimano SC-E8000
Range: up to 90 kms
Battery: Shimano E8000 | 500Wh
Shifters: Shimano Deore
Derailleurs: Shimano Deore Shadow+
Front Suspension: Manitou Machete Comp (100m travel)
Brakes: Shimano MT-500
Wheel Size: 27.5 inch (XS to M) / 29 inch (L and XL)

We also have a selection of ‘cruiser-style’ E-Bikes, with lower step-through frames, from Norco, and some larger framed E-bike from the kiwi brand Sinch.

Here’s our map of the Queenstown Trail.

A paper copy of this map will be available when you collect the E-bike(s) from our shop.

Electric Bike