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E-Bike Hire (Whitehead)

19 Kings Road, Whitehead, County Antrim, BT38 9PT
E-Bike Hire (Whitehead)

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Explore the spectacular coastal scenery of Whitehead and Islandmagee by e-bike. Take a spin around East Antrim’s popular coastal village, through the town to the Diamond Jubilee wood, to the Beach Road Nature Reserve and past the coloured houses on Marine Parade.

Cycle along the iconic Blackhead coastal path where you can park your bike and follow the cliff path around the lighthouse for spectacular bird's-eye views of the lough, Islandmagee, County Down and, on a clear day, Scotland. E-bikes are fun, easy to use and brilliant for people who prefer a power boost up the hills meaning you can enjoy the views with minimum effort.

E-bike hire half day (3 hours) and full day (7 hours) rental available from £30 - £50 per adult (18+ years). 

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Helmets and safety equipment provided
Full safety demonstration

Please note:

For the 9am hire: Bikes must be returned to Whitehead Centre by 12pm
For the 1pm hire: Bikes must be returned to Whitehead Centre for 4pm

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Establishment Features

  • Cater for individuals
  • Fitness level required - low
  • Online Booking
  • Self guided walks/cycle rides

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Preferences

  • Coastal
  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre

Guide Prices

E-bike hire half day (3 hours) and full day (7 hours) rental available from £30 - £50 per adult (18+ years).

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Photograph of Whitehead Centre on opening day. Coloured bunting is across the front of the building. Whitehead Centre, WhiteheadWhitehead Centre provides a tourism hub for information about what is going on locally and how to make the most of your time in our vibrant and beautiful town. E-bike hire and guided tours available to book.

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