The Remutaka Cycle Trail connects Wellington with Wairarapa, winding through a variety of stunning landscapes: a river valley, rolling foothills, bush-clad ranges, old railway tunnels, lake-sides, farm land and a rugged coastline. Choose to ride parts of the trail in one day or ride the whole trail over several days.
Rivenrock is a purpose built and professionally designed Mountain Bike Park for all levels of mountain bikers.
Green Jersey has over 200 bicycles including e-bikes, tandems, quadricycles, kids bikes, trailers, rickshaws and tricycles available for hire!
Martinborough is a peddlers paradise with cellar doors (there are 20!) and a wide range of food producers within short cycling distance of the town centre, so pack yourself a picnic and stop where you like.
Green Jersey will even collect and deliver your wine to your accommodation as part of their bike hire!
Check out the wide variety of bike styles for hire on their website here - there's one for you!
Learn more about Green Jersey tours here.
Green Jersey specialise in all things cycling from easy day rides - inlcuding guided wine tours of Martinborough, and multi-day cycling adventures of the Remutaka Cycle Trail.
Their guided tours cater to your every need and they are well-known for their knowledgeable and friendly guides - they will even collect and deliver your wine purchases to your accommodation!
Green Jersey Tours
- Green Jersey Martinborough Wine Village - cycle between the vineyards, stopping off for lunch and tastings along the way!
- Green Jersey Remutaka Cycle Trail - choose from one to three day tours. Learn more about the Remutaka Cycle Trail here.
- Green Jersey Cycle Hire - choose from over 200 bicycles - including e-bikes!
- Green Jersey Shuttles - an on demand service between Wairarapa and Wellington.
Martinborough Wine Merchants is a one-stop specialist wine shop - and they hire bikes for cycling round the vines, too.
Rimutaka Shuttles provide walkers and cyclists transport along the Rimutaka Cycle Trail, including Featherston, Cross Creek, Martinborough, Kaitoke and Wellington. Catch the train to the Wairarapa and arrange a pick up.
The Greytown Trail is a 5km route used as a walking track and cycle trail connecting Greytown to Woodside Station. The fully fenced trail has a slight incline to the station, with views of paddocks, Tararua mountains and stands of oak trees.