Bike Library & Guided Rides

Borrow A Bike 

As part of our CCF funded project Low Carbon Lochaber, we have a library of bikes to help you get out and about on a bike, but without the hassles and expense of having to look after your own bike. The bikes are available to borrow free of charge for a day, a week, or more if that is what you need.  We now have five electric bikes (a Trek Powerfly 4, Raleigh Motus (x2), Raleigh Centros and Trek Verve) and a low-step Raleigh Pioneer bike.

If you are thinking of buying an E bike, but you want to try before you buy, have a go on our E bikes first, they are available for loan to individuals and businesses.  E bikes provide a viable alternative to cars for daily commuting and short trips around town. You can borrow the bike for a few days or a few weeks so you can decide whether an E bike works for you and your daily routine.

As part of our Glen Nevis Cycling Infrastructure project funded by Cycling Scotland, we are also offering free guided E bike rides, so you can try out our Bike Kitchen E bikes. We also hope to run E bike maintenance workshops soon to help you keep you bike running smoothly.

The new Bike Kitchen shed is home to the Bike Tool Library, which has bike tools available for people to borrow, and it is also a great space for people to repair their bikes.

You can find out more about E-Bikes Here.

For more info about the Bike Library, guided E-bike rides and repair workshops email  [email protected]

 

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