For trail maps, ride tips, bike hire and repairs, head to one of Nelson’s local bike shops.

Nelson Tasman is truly a cyclist’s paradise. Whether you’re looking for a scenic coastal trail or rugged mountain terrain, an easy morning ride or a challenging afternoon on the track, we guarantee you’ll find a trail to match your needs here. There are plenty of options for bike hire and purchase.

Trail Journeys Nelson is a locally owned and operated family business offering three convenient bike rental locations in Nelson Tasman – Nelson City, Mapua Wharf and Kaiteriteri. Whether you’re after bike hire, transport, bag transfer services, itineraries or information on local trails, Trail Journeys Nelson can help you out.

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Nelson Cycle Hire is conveniently located right next to the Nelson Airport in the old HNZ terminal, offering both rental and tour options, and are happy to help you shape an itinerary that meets your needs.

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Situated close to Tasman’s Great Taste Trail in Stoke, The Gentle Cycling Company are here to help with your bike hire and self-guided cycle tour requirements.

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Wheelie Fantastic Cycle Tours is an owner-operated company with a passion for cycling. Offering bespoke guided and un-guided tours which use Tasman’s Great Taste Trail as well as other local routes, their local knowledge has allowed them to create a wide range of cycling experiences in the region.

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Gravity Nelson offers free riding and trail advice to make it easier for you to hit the right trails, as well as high-end Santa Cruz mountain bike rentals, a full service workshop, riding supplies and assistance with your transport requirements.

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Founded by a mountain biking enthusiast and run by outdoor enthusiasts, Torpedo7 is an online outdoor gear store. Their Nelson store is conveniently located in the heart of the town (Cnr Rutherford & Bridge Streets).

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The friendly staff at Nelson's The Crank House have years of bike expertise and great knowledge of local riding. Located in the heart of the city (on Hardy St), they're open from Monday-Saturday, and offer bike service and repair. They also sell bike parts.

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Owned and run by passionate duo Kelvin and Julie Gordon, Kelvin's Cycles offers unsurpassed personalised service to bikers. Kelvin’s passion and interest in repairing bikes is the shop's specialty, and the aim is to provide quality, expert, timely repairs to customers.  

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Owner Brad cut his teeth recycling bikes from the inorganic rubbish. His bike cave in central Nelson (Hardy St) is ideal for all your servicing needs. Local ride tips come at no extra charge! 

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Located on Main Stoke Road in Nelson, The CYcle Shop is a bike specialist that sell and service bikes. Open seven days a week and on most public holidays, their team offers fantastic service and great local insights.

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Established in 1987, Village Cycles is a business built on a genuine passion for cycling – from youngsters on their first bike through to top competitive cyclists. They offer full workshop and customer services from their Richmond location.

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The Bike Station was born from a desire to bring Nelson a community bike shop, a space where everyone can feel comfortable no matter your motivation, age or level of experience. Grab a Sublime coffee, pull up a seat, have a chat, get some advice, check out the range of accessories, and take a test ride.

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Here you’ll find great coffee made from locally roasted Sublime beans and Oaklands farm fresh milk, as well as stylish town bicycles for hire.

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