Explore the beauty
Of the peninsula
Of the peninsula
With our state of the art, eco-efficient ebikes, you can explore the beautiful Mornington Peninsula at your leisure, regardless of your fitness level. No license required. All bikes available for drop-off and pickup to your accommodation.
Emocean Eco Tours are a Licensed Tour Operator with Parks Victoria.
Our bike tours take place on wide dirt trails and bitumen roads. All participants should be comfortable riding a bike and shifting gears. There are short steep descents with the possibility of loose rock and gravel. These tours are not for someone new to biking.
Much of the land on Point Nepean is undulated, meaning there is up and down climbing. Your bikes are designed to compensate for these meaning the most you will feel is the energy expelled on a slow walk.
The tour will be 2-2.5 hours.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour to allow for bike fitting and induction.
Closed toe shoes such as tennis shoes (no sandals or thongs), long loose pants or shorts (padded biking shorts/pants are best), short or long sleeve shirt and lightweight jacket (weather permitting)
Sunscreen, sunglasses, bottled water are encouraged, or can be purchased from your tour guide.
Yes, you must participate in the tour and follow the directions of the tour guide. If you are interested in going off on your own, please see the rental section of this website
Toilets are available at the quarantine station, Gunners Cottage and at Fort Nepean. We advise you go before we ride!
Yes. Helmets will be provided, but you can use your own helmet.
No. The bikes are provided and calibrated to each other to keep the group moving at the same speed.
The Super 73 ebike will be provided with a fully charged battery. The 700Wh battery will last between 3.5-4.5 hours of continuous riding depending upon the terrain and power level being used.
All European spec Super73's (sold in Europe and Australia) are natively classified as bicycles, meaning there's no need for a special license to ride them and they don't need to be registered as road vehicles.
No. All of our beaches are protected, and sand is not good for our bikes.
Generally, yes. Point Nepean is home to white footed dunnart, long nosed bandicoot, black wallaby, singing honeyeater, hooded plovers and kangaroos. You may also see marine life such as dolphins and whales from time to time.
Yes, our bikes are power restricted to 25KPH and 250W of power output and are classified as a bicycle on Victorian Roads.