ELECTRIC AND STANDARD BIKE HIRE IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES
3 Peaks Cycles offers both standard and electric bike hire from our shop in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales town of Settle. Hire a bike from us and explore the Ribble Valley, Yorkshire Dales or Forest of Bowland by bike.
How to hire a bike(s) from us:
Decide when you want to ride then - ring us to check availability. Once we have confirmed availability you can pay for your bike hire below.
Pay for your bike hire. Click on the type of bikes you are hiring and pay for it online. You'll be asked to enter the date we've confirmed with you and the heights of your riders.
If you've any other questions, feel free to call us on 01729 824232, 7 days a week.
PLEASE NOTE THAT BY PAYING FOR YOUR BOOKING YOU AGREE TO OUR DISCLAIMER WHICH CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK.
By far our most popular (and least strenuous) route from our shop in Settle is a 10 - 15 mile loop to Clapham and Austwick via quiet back roads. There are pubs, shops and cafes en route and a great way to see a little bit of the Yorkshire Dales by bike. If you fancy spicing things up a little, there are some easy but fun off-road sections you can add.
We have maps of this route for sale in the shop but for those of you wanting to do a little research the route(s) are as follows:
National Route 68 (Pennine Cycleway)
Settle - Stackhouse - Little Stainforth - Swarth Moor - Wharfe - Austwick - Clapham - and return!
A fun off-road loop can be added via Bark Houses and Feizor, arriving in Austwick.
Between Austwick and Clapham - A short section of the Pennine Bridleway can be ridden instead of the road.
Bookings are not confirmed until we have received payment from you.
Cancellations within 14 days of your booking are non-refundable
We provide helmets.
All our bikes are well maintained and looked after.
We don't hire tag-alongs or baby seats.
We reserve the right to refuse hire.
The minimum age to hire an electric bike is 14.
Punctures are not our fault.
We can provide spare inner tubes and/or puncture repair kits plus a pump to take along with you (assuming you know how to use them).
If you intend to transport the bike to the start of your ride (possibly for riding at Gisburn Forest 7 miles away) it will need to be transported using a proper bike rack or in a van without removing the wheels.