Our bikes are constantly being replaced and updated, so get in touch to discuss your requirements. Most are hybrids with flat handlebars, rigid forks and chunky tyres. They are lightweight and robust, ideal for the gravel paths and trails in the area. We also hire hardtail mountain bikes, e-bikes, kid’s bikes, tag-alongs and baby seats. All bikes come with free helmets, maps, locks and repair kits if required.
FOR BOOKINGS LESS THAN 24 HOURS AHEAD, PLEASE CALL ON 01877382023.
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CLOSED ON TUESDAYS SO BIKES CANNOT BE COLLECTED ON THAT DAY. IF YOU WANT TO COLLECT OR RETURN ON TUESDAY PLEASE GET IN TOUCH BEFORE BOOKING.
- Please bring photo ID with you
- Customers are liable for the care and responsible use of bikes and equipment. Additional charges will be due for loss or damage arising from inappropriate or careless use.
- Cycling is a safe activity, but from time to time accidents can happen. Aberfoyle Bike Hire is not responsible for any injury or loss incurred whilst using our bikes and equipment.
- Please read the full terms and conditions when you collect your bikes
Our Favourite Trails
Aberfoyle is surrounded by many miles of traffic free trails which pass through the heart of the Trossachs. Here are a few of our favourites
- Loch Ard Trails. The most popular route for a short ride. Explore the waymarked trails around Lochan Spling and Loch Ard. Easy gravel riding away from the traffic but never more than six miles from the village. Rolling hills, pine forests and beautiful views over the water.
- Route 7 North. The National Cycle Network passes through Aberfoyle from the village of Drymen to the south. Going north it climbs the Dukes Pass and takes in numerous lochs before reaching Callander (12 miles). A truly spectacular ride with endless mountain views to the north over the Trossachs.
- Loch Katrine Circuit. A classic day ride of around 40 miles which can be done on or off tarmac. Travelling west from Aberfoyle, the Statute Labour Road through the forest leads to Stronaclachar and the super Pier Café on Loch Katrine. The lochside road is tarmac but closed to traffic for 13 miles to the Trossachs Pier. The return to Aberfoyle is then over the Dukes Pass.