2-29 January 2018


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On Ya Bike

Get ‘On Ya Bike’ this January as MOTAT celebrates all things cycling! From 2 – 29 January 2018 our school holiday experience will take kids on a journey into the fascinating science behind bicycles, before diving into the weird and wacky side of cycling! Enjoy great activities like our hilarious live action cycle themed show, and check out the weird and wonderful circular bike. Plus, discover amazing facts, hacks and tips that will help you maintain and enjoy your own bike.

With heritage jigger rides, awesome hands-on activities and much more, be sure to join us for a pedal packed experience - with fun for the whole family!

Holiday experience activities Include:

“On Ya Bike” Trail: 
Grab a map and prepare for fun! Find and visit our special ‘On Ya Bike’ activity locations to collect stamps by completing fun cycle themed tasks. Be sure to turn in your completed trail at the end to claim your reward!

Circular Bicycle: 
Is it one bike? Is it 8 bikes? MOTAT’s specially designed circular bicycle will challenge your thinking on just what makes a bike a “bike”. Be inspired by this project that blurs the line between transportation and art, and let your imagination soar as you design your own wacky cycling creation! 

The Tour de MOTAT: 
Have jumbo-sized fun with our jumbo-sized board game. Choose a cyclist and challenge your friends in a race to the finish line. Can you roll your way to victory?

Science in a Sec: Cycle Hacks
It’s science by stealth in this exciting pop up activity. Track down the day’s secret location and be rewarded as our enthusiastic explainers reveal fast, fun and fascinating factoids on a range of topics from cycling science, to basic bike maintenance, as well as cool hacks to up your cycling game!

‘On Ya Bike’ cycle show
Let our spirited performers take you on a zany and laughter filled journey into the world of cycling. Fun and family friendly, shows are performed regularly throughout the day and last approximately 15 minutes.


General Admission applies.