Cycling Trails in Cornwall
There are a great range of wonderful cycling routes throughout Cornwall, from delightful scenic routes suitable for the whole family to more rugged “off the beaten track” routes for the advanced cyclist.
Below you will find a few of the more popular routes our customers have enjoyed.
We would love to hear about your experiences of cycling in Cornwall and any suggestions that you might have for cycling routes, please feel free to write us a message through our contact page or via Facebook.
Cornwall council have a great resource for finding out more about Cycling in Cornwall, we have linked here to two pdf’s which you will find useful The Cornish Way which gives directions on six inter-linking trails stretching across the county to Lands End and The St Piran Trail which is a very popular trail around Newquay and the surrounding area.
Cycle hire for individuals, families, groups and companies throughout Cornwall
We deliver the bikes wherever you need them and we collect them again when you are done, giving you the perfect opportunity to explore Cornwall via bicycle at your convenience.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can hire a bike for as long as you like, whether it is a day, a week or a month. Simply take a look at the cycle hire page and select your requirements
We require a deposit of 20% which will be invoiced in advance via an e-invoice.
It is always advisable to book in advance especially in the summer when we experience a very high demand. This will ensure we have all you need when you need it. If you haven’t booked in advance don’t be put off, we have a large supply of bikes, use the cycle hire page or contact us
Yes, we are quite flexible as long as you aren’t going from Lands End to John O’ Groats! We work with people to enable them to travel from one part of Cornwall to the other. We can put you in touch with local transport as well in case you need to get yourself or any luggage from one place to another.
We do not provide helmets as part of the hire. The reason for this is that we can not guarantee the safety of each helmet if they are being used by multiple people. Although a helmet is not required to be worn by law to ride a bicycle, we strongly encourage you to bring your own helmets with you and use those when cycling.