Argyll bike hire supply a range of bikes and associated ancillaries to enable visitors to Lochgoilhead to enjoy the great outdoors in an area which arguably boasts the best scenery in the Cowal peninsula.
The area is within the boundaries of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park which is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty
Frequently asked questions
Are bicycle helmets necesary? Answer
Safety Helmets are not a legal requirement but Argyll Bike Hire recommends most strongly that they are worn at all times especially if you are heading “up the hills” as there is always a tendency to come back down “at speed”
Do I need to reserve bikes in advance?
Equipment may be hired on an “ad hoc” basis at leisure reception in Drimsynie House Hotel 9:00 and 5:00p.m. Subject to availability at point of hire.
During high season booking in advance is strongly recommended to ensure that the necessary equipment can be prepared.
Tag-along Bikes Kiddy Seats and Tandem Bikes are subject to High utilisation and can only be booked in advance if you require these items
The rental centre is situated in Drimsynie House Hotel in the village of Lochgoilhead on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll.
With many Kilometres of Forest tracks to explore and an ever increasing number of bike trails in the area you are assured of a great days cycling. With bike trails ranging from novice to some widely regarded forestry bike trails.
To arrange the hire of equipment you can attend the Hire Centre during opening hours
Alternatively you can phone 01301703177 or 07718448786 or enquire at the Leisure reception Caravan shop or Caravan and Chalet Sales Office
Collections returns and service calls hours can be arranged by telephone 01301703177 or via e-mail/ Internet on email@example.com.
Where can I ride? Answer
As the area is within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Cycling in the area ia well established with over 90kM of forest track in the immediate area, where vehicular traffic is restricted.
There are many waymarked routes including the Ardgarten circular Route, Drimsynie Circular, Glen Bann, Donich Glen Circular, to name but a few
There are information points throughout the local area where routes are explained in detail and further information can be sought from the Forestry Commission Website or Visitor Information Centres
Extra care should be exercised when riding on single track public roads
Arrange a booking
Please contact Matt on 07771 844786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a booking or delivery Remember to have approximate height of riders if booking a delivery without prior sizing visit