Cycling, Off Roading & Mountain Biking

If you want to go out biking in the beautiful peak district! Check out some of these bike rental shops where you can get a start on your beautiful adventure exploring the Peak District!

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True North Adventures

True North Adventures specialise in offering guided cycling adventures and experiences for all cycling disciplines including e-mountain biking, regular mountain biking, gravel riding and road riding. They are the first UK company offering e-bike guided adventures along with e-bike hire. Their professional guides know all the best scenic routes around the North Peak District, Derbyshire, Staffordshire and beyond for all abilities. They’re offering various packages including e-bike experiences starting at your Party House, Half Day Adventures for a 2 – 3 hours tour, or Full Day Adventures for a  5 – 6 hour ride including a pleasant lunch stop.

Brown End Farm Cycle Hire

Brown End Farm Cycle Hire is located on Stoke-on-Trent, just a 20 minute from the Toft Estate and less than one mile our Hamps Hall & Hamps Barn and Merrymeet Party Houses. The friendly establishment with bicycles to rent is located wight by the Manifold Track. This scenic cycle track follows the Hamps and Manifold river through the surrounding picturesque valleys. They have bikes to suit most people (mainly Giant bikes), as well as bikes and trailers for children.  Ask for Sue or Terry and stay you are staying with Party Hosues for a 10% discount on cycle hire!

Boma 7 Off Road Wheelchair Hire

Suitable for full or part time wheelchair users 16 years plus.  Billed as ‘the most exciting all terrain wheelchair in the world!’ Simple to operate.  For more information and hire.

  • 01629 540262

Hassop Station Cafe and Monsal Trail Cycle Hire

One mile north of Bakewell on the A6020/B6001 roundabout. Post code: DE45 1NW

Carsington Water

(Map Reference; SK240510)   Carsington water is situated c.12 miles northwest of Derby and 4 miles northeast of Ashbourne set in countryside on the edge of the Peak District. It is surrounded by pasture with hedgerows of hawthorn and mature woodlands & younger plantation. The northern area of the reservoir is a wildlife zone with limited access. The rest of the reservoir is used for sailing, angling, and other water sports.