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Sea kayaking at Seacliff beach, with a view to Tantallon Castle and the Bass Rock beyond, East Lothian
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  • Bikes from the street automated cycle hire system, Bikes2go in Dumfries
    Cycling in Dumfries couldn't be made simpler with the Bikes2Go cysle hire scheme
  • Riding the Duns local cycling trail in the Scottish Borders
    Riding the Duns local cycle trail
  • The bridge at Killiecrankie in Perthshire
    The bridge at Killiecrankie
  • Taking a break for tea in South Queensferry
    Taking a break for tea

Exploring the brilliant countryside, coastlines, towns, cities and islands by bike is the best way to experience all that Scotland has to offer and there are lots of bike hire companies to choose from.

If you love cycling, but don’t have the means to bring your own bike, visit one of the dedicated cycle shops which specialise in top quality bike hire. This will ensure you have the most suitable bike to meet your needs and prepare you for your cycling adventure.

Edinburgh and the Lothians boast a range of bike hire companies which offer great value packages. The Leith Cycle Company and Le Tour - Edinburgh Ltd in the heart of the city, Law Cycles and 2 Wheel Tours in East Lothian are just a few of the companies from which to choose. Find out more information about cycle in Edinburgh.

On the south west coast of Scotland, explore Dumfries with the handy Bike2go hire scheme, which includes eight different collection and drop off points throughout the town.

Scotland’s many islands, from Cumbrae, Bute, Arran and Skye to the Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland, all offer a fantastic playground for cyclists, with lots of bike hire companies.

Wherever you are in Scotland, find out more details about local cycle hire at the one of the VisitScotland Information Centres.


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