About Us - Exmouth Cycle Hire
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About Us

Exmouth Cycles

Nestled in the heart of the historic seaside town of Exmouth, we are passionate about all things bike!

Our shop and bike hire service comes complete with friendly and knowledgeable staff providing a bespoke service for all your cycling needs. Whether you are looking for your first bicycle or your latest and lightest high speed steed, our experienced team are at your disposal for advice on any of our products, accessories or maintenance requirements.

Bike Hire

“Have a great day out!”

We have a range of bikes available to accommodate the level of activity you wish to partake in. Whether it’s a family outing along the seafront, a trip along the Exe Estuary Trail or further afield through some of Devon’s prettiest villages or the wilds of nearby Woodbury Common, on or off-road.

Helmets, maps and bike locks are provided with each hire purchase along with a guarantee that all of our bikes are routinely serviced by our expert team in our very own workshop ensuring that you have the most enjoyable cycling experience.

Available bikes for hire;

  • Adult hybrid bikes
  • Road
  • Mountain
  • Children’s bikes
  • Tag alongs
  • Toddler seats
  • Burley Trailers

Just ask!

If you need help to get your bearings or are looking for ideas of places to visit, a member of our team will be happy to assist you utilising our extensive knowledge of the local area and what Exmouth has to offer.

Why Visit Exmouth

Exmouth is a lovely seaside town at the mouth of the River Exe, enjoying a superb location with easy access to a sandy beach, the Exe Estuary and the beautiful East Devon countryside.

Exmouth Cycle Hire is situated in the centre of the town just off The Strand towards the end of Victoria Road. This excellent location is less than a five minute walk away from the rail station, bus station and long-stay car park, making it convenient for those travelling by public transport and by private vehicle alike.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to book or can we just turn up?

We would always recommend booking but during less busy times we can often provide bikes to walk-in customers

Are there any age restrictions?

We can cater for babies from 9 months (in a child seat) upwards. If you want to take it easy, we can rent you a good quality electric bike to help you along your way.

What should I wear?

Whatever you like! For practical reasons, we recommend clothing you don’t mind getting dirty and sensible shoes or trainers.

Do your bikes have bottle holders?

We aim to have bottle holders fitted to all our bikes where possible. We recommend you always carry some water with you and have a large range of water bottles and hydration back packs available to purchase in our shop.

What do I do if I get a puncture?

Every bike comes with all the required tools to mend a puncture whilst out on a ride. This prevents you having to cut short your ride having to wait for a member of staff to reach you . If you struggle at all, we are always on hand to talk you through the process over the phone.

What do I do if I have a mechanical problem?

If you have a problem with the bike call us straight away and if we can we will talk you through a road side repair. Failing that we will come to your rescue with tools and replacement parts or a new bike. Just make sure you have our phone number handy!

What do I do if I have an accident?

Prevention is better than cure. Please take note of these most `popular’ accidents.
1. Having a little too much to drink at lunchtime
2. Forgetting that UK bike brake setup is the opposite to many countries so pulling what you think might be the back brake is actually the front brake and could send you sailing over the bars! Use 60% rear and 40% front down hills.
3. Attempting stunts that you are either too old for or not equipped with the sufficient skill set to carry out safely!
4. Riding too fast, and misjudging rough terrain, tight bends, loose gravel, other users.

If the worst should happen call the emergency service making sure it is safe to do so. Follow their advice then when possible contact us, we will help you in anyway we can.

What are your opening times?

Monday:  09:00 – 17:30

Tuesday:  09:00 – 17:30

Wednesday:  09:00 – 17:30

Thursday:  09:00 – 17:30

Friday:  09:00 – 17:30

Saturday:  09:00 – 17:30

Sunday:  CLOSED *October 2017 to April 2018

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