Electric Bike Hire Queenstown

Hassle-free Ebike hire in Queenstown with door to door service.

Your perfect adventure in 3 easy steps...

You Book. We Deliver.

1. You book your ebike, we deliver it to you - simple. We can deliver to your door or pick you up and take you to your starting point. The choice is yours.

Explore The Trails

2. Explore Queenstown's world-class cycle trails and stunning scenery. Whether it's a Gibbston Valley wine tour or a trip along Lake Dunstan, take your pick of the spectacular local trails.

Door To Door Service

3. At the end of your ride we'll pick you up with our bike shuttle service and drop you safely back to your door. No need for complex logistics or boring return rides.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information about eBike hire in Queenstown. Our local, friendly team would be happy to hear from you!


Mammoth XE5 E-bike

$75 half day | $100 full day


Giant Talon Mountain E-bike

$75 half day | $100 full day

Popular Trails






Lake Dunstan Trail

Grade 2-3 | 55km | 1 - 2 Days






Frankton Track & Kelvin Peninsula Trail

Grade 2 | 16.4km | 2 - 3 Hours






Otago Central Rail Trail

Grade 1 | 152km | 1-5 Days

Whizzy Shuttle Service

Are you heading to the Dunstan Cycle Trail? Or somewhere local in Queenstown? Our shuttle service can drop you at the trail, and pick you up at the other end! 

Check Out What Our Customers Are Saying

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We used Whizzy E-Bikes for our wine tour, they were fantastic, we got a full training & run through on the E-Bikes before we headed off. We also used the Whizzy shuttle service for pickup at the end of the day, everything went perfectly 😊 Thanks to the team at Whizzy, we will be back!


Visitor To Queenstown

We hired 2 E-bikes from Whizzy, bikes got dropped to our hotel & Paul suggested some trails for our riding ability with maps & popular cafes to stop at on the way, was a great experience all round.

Jack & Sarah

Visitors to Queenstown

We had a Birthday group wine tour in Gibbston Valley & used Whizzy E-Bikes, they picked us up & started us off from Arrowtown. The bikes were awesome, thanks Whizzy for a great experience!


Queenstown Local


Everything about Whizzy is unreal! Super accommodating for everyone’s needs, flexible with changes, lovely new bikes and run by absolute legends! 😊


Whizzy customer

Frequently Asked Questions

Frankton Marina to Kelvin Peninsula Trail


2 – 3 hrs, 10.4km


Grade 2, Easy

About This Trail

A popular trail for walkers and cyclists with mostly wide trails for both to enjoy.

Follow the trail around through Frankton Beach and up to the historic Kawerau Falls Bridge.  Take the time to stop and take in the flow of the water under the bridge, the magnificent blue heughs are stunning.  Follow the trail down past the Hilton Hotel (great spot for coffee, wine or pizza) right on the water front and park your bike outside.

The trail then continues along the Frankton Arm passing several jetties and private homes until you come to Kelvin Grove and Queenstown Yacht Club. 

Stop at one of the lakeside seats to take in the view of Lake Wakatipu or bring your togs for a swim.

This trail can continue on the Kelvin Heights Sculpture Trail.

Track Location

Dunstan Trail

Situated between Cromwell and Clyde - this track is rideable from either end


1-2 Days, 55km


Grade 2 - 3

About This Trail

The Dunstan trail is between Cromwell and Clyde alongside Lake Dunstan, the Kawarau River and Cromwell Gorge. It can be ridden in either direction but most ride from Cromwell to Clyde.

The official start of the trail is from Cromwell Heritage Precinct which makes the distance to Clyde 42km.

Alternatively, the full trail starts from Smiths Way, Mount Pisa if you wish to ride the entire 55km.

You can also start from Bannockburn Inlet which makes a total distance to Clyde of 34km.

The trail consists of dirt tracks, wooden boardwalks and gravel trails. The Dunstan trail shows off it’s pioneering and gold mining history and includes an 86m long, 29m high Hugo Suspension Bridge.

Along the trail you will find a floating café and lounge bar, just before Cairnmuir Gully to stop for refreshments.

At the end of the trail you can view New Zealand’s largest concrete hydro dam, just before reaching Clyde.

The most challenging part of the trail is before reaching Clyde dam where the trail is only 1.5m wide in places and has some steep drop off areas.

Lake Dunstan Trail is the most amazing trail to ride with stunning scenery in every direction.

Let us hire you an e-bike and shuttle you to Cromwell to ride it for yourself.

Track Location

Otago Central Rail Trail

(Clyde to Middlemarch)


1-5 Days, 152km


Grade 1, Easy

About This Trail

This trail opened back in 2000 and follows the former railway between Clyde and Middlemarch.  The trail can be ridden in either direction.  Break the trail in easy to ride daily amounts and enjoy the hospitality and amazing places along the way.  The trail has amazing history utilizing some amazing old bridges and tunnels spanning back over the last 85 years.

We can shuttle you to start at either end and collect you and bring you back to Queenstown when you have completed the trail.

Track Location