Take the bike track straight out to the Museum of Old and New Art, with a cheeky stop for ice cream along the way! Described by its creator as a “subversive adult Disneyland” MONA is Tasmania’s most visited tourist attraction and offers visitors a unique and memorable experience. Along the bike track you’ll find St.Albi Bar & Eatery – Hobart’s latest food and coffee offering. A couple of doors up you’ll find Vahalla Ice Cream Factory & Shop, who’ve been serving Tasmanians for more than 20 years with over 50 flavours. Continue on to MONA to Wander around the impressive gallery, relax on the lawns and enjoy the grounds before deciding on your trip back. You can either ride back along the bike track or for a small cost why not jump on the MONA Ferry – along with the bikes – to be brought back to Hobart’s Brooke St Pier (a short ride from Spoke Bike Hire).