LAST LEGS are Australia's premier cycling stand up comedians. We love cycling, we love telling jokes and we love meeting interesting characters during and after our shows. The best part of touring by bicycle is that we get to stop in places that other comedians wouldn't. We've performed in cattle stations, air force bases, camping grounds, roadhouses, grandstands, old fashioned country pubs, differently abled workshops, music festivals and under a boab tree.

Our first major tour was the LAST LEGS AROUND AUSTRALIA TOUR in 2003... 7 and a half months, 198 shows and 20,000 kilometres cycled. 

We performed at the FALLS FESTIVAL in 2003/4 at Lorne and Marion Bay. 

We took the show to the MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL in 2004 for 26 performances. 

In the summer of 2010/2011 the BAD HOBBITS SOUTH ISLAND TOUR from Dunedin to Christchurch consisted of 16 shows and 1500 kilometres of cycling.

Following on from the successful South Island tour, the 2011/12 BAD HOBBITS NORTH ISLAND TOUR covered 25 shows and over 2000 kilometres of hard cycling.  

The BAD HOBBITS TASSIE TOUR in 2012/13 played 6 bloody brilliant shows all around the island and rode 600 kilometres up the east coast.


DOMENICK O’KIERAN has been a professional stand up comedian since the early 1990s. He was the winner of the NSW final of the JJJ-RAW Comedy competition in 1997. He has performed at every major comedy venue in Australia, but more importantly, he once punched the Collingwood magpie mascot while dressed as a clown. He is also an accomplished honky tonk piano player and saxophonist.  

PETER GREEN first performed professionally as a stand up comedian in 1988 at Sydney’s legendary Harold Park Hotel “Comics in the Park”.  He has since been a mainstay of the Sydney comedy circuit as well as an in demand comedy writer for such TV shows as “Australia’s Funniest Home Videos”, “Strictly Dancing”, “O’Loghlin on Saturday Night” and “The Matty Johns Show”.