Bike Hire at Rutherglen

57 Main Street Rutherglen 3685

Bike hire is available at the Rutherglen Visitor Information Centre.

They have all-purpose touring bikes of different sizes and two tandem bikes available for hire.

For the age group between four and seven, there are two tag-a-long bikes (suitable for children 30 kilograms and under) that attach to the back of the adult’s bike. They also have bikes suitable to 10 years and over age bracket.

Hire includes bike, helmet and maps. Highly recommended to bring your own water bottle.

The Rutherglen to Wahgunyah Murray to Mountains Rail Trail starts across the road from the Rutherglen Visitor Information Centre and is an easy 9.3 kilometres one-way ride.

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