BIKE HIRE IN PLAYA DEL INGLES
Whether you’re looking for smooth roads and sweeping vistas, competitive cycling, downhill challenges or a pootle around town, you’ll love cycling here. The eternal spring/summer weather and easy access to bike rental in Playa del Ingles help too!
CYCLING ON GRAN CANARIA ISLAND
It’s easy to get your biking fix on a cycling holiday in Gran Canaria, whether you’re a pro, amateur or someone that just likes to avoid four wheels sometimes. Our island may only have a circumference of 235 km, but it packs a wide range of cycling terrain.
Pedal through deserts, fragrant pine forests, cobblestoned streets and gentle switchbacks covered in flawless tarmac. And yes, there are some brutal climbs, but you’ll be rewarded by expansive views. Boredom is not an option!
BIKE RENTAL, PLAYA DEL INGLES
If you’re looking for convenient bike hire in Gran Canaria, you’re in luck! Sandy Beach facilities include Free Motion, an independent bike rental shop, and our guests can borrow a bike free of charge for one day (subject to availability).
MOUNTAIN BIKE TOURS, GRAN CANARIA
As well as road, mountain, urban and e-bike hire in Playa del Ingles, Free Motion runs road bike, e-MTB, e-bike trekking and mountain bike tours. Gran Canaria’s long climbs and speedy descents are yours to pedal.
The spectacular scenery and varied terrain that makes Gran Canaria a popular destination for a cycling holiday makes it a choice venue for a growing number of world-class cycling events and triathlons, attracting sportspeople from around the world.
The island has all the supporting infrastructure you’d expect, whether you’re visiting as a spectator or a competitor, and it’s easy to arrange bike hire in Gran Canaria.
Transgrancanaria Bike takes you off-road across the island. Expect steep ascents, speedy downhills and unforgettable views. It’s a race of two stages and three distances, so you’ll find a challenge to suit.
GRAN CANARIA BIKE WEEK
Held every December, Gran Canaria Bike Week is a fantastic opportunity to explore the island in eight stages. The routes cover almost every part of the island, from north to south, and it’s e-bike friendly too.