Hire Bikes.

Discover Jersey like a local... we have a great stock of high quality, well maintained on & off-road bikes fitted out ready for you to tour Jersey.

New for this year we are also offering electric bikes (bookings in advance only), so it’s the easy way around Jersey.

We offer free delivery & collection to your hotel or guesthouse (for bookings of 2 days plus)  or alternatively bikes can be collected at our St Helier shop. We can offer you lots of advice on tours & routes to suit your personal interest’s & ability. Jersey packs a lot into it's 9 by 5 miles, with over 400 miles of roads & tracks to explore.


Free delivery and collection service direct to your accommodation

High quality bikes, professionally maintained by a local bike shop owner.

High quality bikes, professionally maintained by a local bike shop owner.

See what the people who hire our bikes say...

 

John Smith - London June 2014 "Great bikes and information about the island. Made our trip."

Julie Jones - Liverpool August 2014 "Found them through the tourism office. Good recommendation, especially dropping our bikes off at the hotel." 

We don’t just hire you a bike, we’ll tell you where to visit... and how to get there.

We don’t just hire you a bike, we’ll tell you where to visit... and how to get there.

Here are some points of interest to get you started...

 

Jersey War Tunnels

www.jerseywartunnels.com

Open daily March – October

The Channel Islands were occupied by German forces from June 1940 until their liberation on 9 May 1945, the only part of the British Isles to be invaded during World War ll. The Jersey War Tunnels are a product of these five long years of occupation, hollowed out under a hillside by forced labour from nations across Europe. 

 

Durrell

www.durrell.org

Open every day except Christmas Day

The headquarters of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust lies in 32 acres of serene parkland and features a remarkable collection of rare and endangered species. The vision of conservationist and celebrated author Gerald Durrell, this zoological park is home to gorillas, orang-utans, Andean bears, lemurs and exotic birds and reptiles.

 

Mont Orgueil Castle

www.jerseyheritage.org

Open daily April - October

Standing majestically above one of the island's most picturesque bays, Mont Orgueil ('Mount Pride') has for centuries been one of Jersey's defining icons. The castle, which was built in 1204 to counter the possibility of French invasion, is protected by cliffs and the sea on three sides. 

 

Jersey Panoramas

www.jerseyphotos.co.uk

Some stunning views of Jersey and great inspiration of places to visit on our beautiful island.