Ever wonder why Waiheke Island was voted the fifth best island in the world by Lonely Planet (2016)?

The award says it all, but your eyes will say it better.... and there is no better way to see full panoramic beauty of our bays than from the seat of a bike. Throw out that bus timetable, delete that taxi number - you're setting the pace now!  With a cool sea-breeze and a silent engine between your knees you can come and go as you please.

Each beach we have selected for this e-bike route has their own unique qualities.  All have white or golden sand, safe clean swimming, are uncrowded, and have free public facilities such as 24/7 BBQ use, and public restrooms.  These areas are also know for curious Orcas and dolphins coming in to the bays.

Self-guided or guided tours available on request.  Lunch stop optional.  Allow for an easy 2 - 2.5 hours cycle time over the 24km route.... No worries, your power gauge will hardly flinch. 


You can see more about each of the beaches and surrounding areas you'll visit in the links below.


95% Paved Road

5% Single Track








Unguided Price:  Free with Bike Hire

(Includes mobile link to GPS live tracking map)


Guided Price:  NZD$150

(Covers Guide's bike hire & up to 4hrs guiding time)

LITTLE O BEACHDragonfried takeaway pizza, Little O Fish'n'Chips, picnic areas, amenities

SANDY BAY - Small & secluded bay, good for early evening swims


ONETANGI BEACH - Largest beach on Waiheke (3.3km of beachfront road), Charlie Farleys cafe & bar, The Boathouse cafe & bar, free bbq and picnic areas, amenities.


PALM BEACH - Icecream, Arcadia bar & restaurant, public bbq area and tables, playground, amenities

ONEROA BEACH - Run's beneath Waiheke's largest township.  Full selection of bars, cafes, shopping, amenities, public bbq and tables. Beachfront road.

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