Whinlatter Bike Shop Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Whinlatter Bike Shop Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) Whinlatter Bike Shop dickydutchMember Cyclewise. Yep – they have hire bikes. Might be wise to book with it being summer holidays although they seemed to have loads and loads. Posted 7 years ago boxelderSubscriber Cyclewise Whinlatter Lots of Cube hire bikes, with great service. Mail me for other route ideas if you don't know the area. Where you camping, because the Wheatsheaf in Lorton will be a lot quieter and the pub is family friendly with great food and ale. Good 'natural' riding nearby too. Posted 7 years ago mikewsmithSubscriber yes but book now! apparently the queue was out the door at the weekend. Posted 7 years ago loweySubscriber Whats it called please ? And do they do hire bikes ? Do you have to Book ? Taking the kids up camping this weekend and fancied taking them round the Blue. Cheers all!! Posted 7 years ago clarkpm4242Member Was there 3 weeks ago with the GF and her young teenagers. Got free hire from Cyclewise via this http://www.golakes.co.uk/cyclechallenge/default.aspx Saved £35! Look for some old papers. The Blue is very good (for a Blue)!! Posted 7 years ago loweySubscriber Cheers Chaps. Boxy, got the site booked already, Lanefoot. Know the area well but my kids and wife dont bike so want something easy. Cheers anyway. Posted 7 years ago stoneyMember Hey Lowey, Send the wife n kids round the Altura Blue. It`s still a nice challenge for kids….My 2 eldest do it quite well now and they are 9 and 7….. Have a good one! 😛 Posted 7 years ago loweySubscriber Eyup Stoney, we did the blue. My youngest daughter battered it and scared me to death watching her. 😆 Good bit of trail that Blue run. Posted 7 years ago Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) The topic ‘Whinlatter Bike Shop’ is closed to new replies.