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Ribble Valley E-Bikes Hire

Type:Cycle

Dunsop Bridge, Dunsop Bridge, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3BB

Tel: 01200 426 246

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Ribble Valley E-Bikes Hire

The best way to explore Lancashire’s stunning scenery is by e-bike. 
And what better place to start than the centre of the UK?  Ribble Valley E-Bikes is based in Dunsop Bridge; the very heart of the Hodder Valley and Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  E-bikes are also available to hire from a number of partner destinations such as The Inn at Whitewell, The Red Pump Inn, The Spread Eagle at Sawley, and Gisburn Forest Hub.  They can even be delivered direct to your accommodation.

Half days, full days and discounted holiday hires are available.  Perfect for cyclists of all abilities, e-bikes give you the gusto to tackle the hills, fells and forests that make up Lancashire’s iconic landscape.  And remember, the higher the hill – the better the view. So don’t forget your camera.  Whether you’re a serious cyclist looking to pedal from rural countryside to rugged coastline, or you simply want to potter from park to pub, hiring an e-bike gets you more miles for your money.  There are also top of the range e-mountain bikes (E-MTBs) available to hire from some of the leading brands so you can really put them through their paces off road.

How does an e-bike work?
Like a conventional bike, you have to pedal an e-bike to make it go, but you no longer need to hesitate before the hills or falter at the fells – with a boost from the bike’s drive system, you can easily enjoy all that Lancashire has to offer.  Choose mountain bikes, road bikes or hybrid bikes, all with an electric battery and add a range of accessories to meet your needs, such as a kid’s seat or trailer and pannier for the picnic (or forget the picnic and pedal up an appetite for a pub lunch at one of Lancashire’s fantastic restaurants!).

Options include: guided tours, give you a clue, or get on and go.  The team at Ribble Valley E-Bikes are happy to give you as much or as little guidance as required.  Why not plan a day out with a local guide for a unique off-road trip around the area?  Or you could choose to follow a suggested route to take in particular highlights, or simply set off and discover Lancashire’s hidden gems for yourself.

Good To Go in Lancashire:
Ride Lancashire’s stunning scenery with ease. Ribble Valley E-Bikes has a wide range of e-bikes to hire (or buy), including top-of-the-range mountain bikes, road bikes and hybrids, so you can explore in your own way.

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Open (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)

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  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018

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  • Cycle hire
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