Cycle Shops and Routes in the Trossachs National Park

Cycling on the many miles of cycle ways in Scotland, you experience breathtaking scenery, peace and tranquility local flora and fauna that are a delight. The National Park has many options for cycling; from short hour-long rides to long distance touring; on-road, off-road or on designated cycle tracks. The Sustrans National Cycleway 7 is an 89 mile cycle route from Drymen to Pitlochry passing through Callander, Lochearnhead and Killin.

Cycle Shops & Hire

1. Mounter Bikes

Mounter Bikes is ideally situated in the main square in Callander. Bike hire, sale and repair are available.
Open 9am to 6pm 7 days a week.

01877 331052

07786 664 990

callandercyclehire.co.uk

2. Bike Trossachs

Bike Trossachs is a community company promoting natural local trails, working to increase and improve cycle routes throughout the Trossachs.

info@biketrossachs.org.uk

biketrossachs.org.uk

3. Comrie Croft Bikes

Comrie Croft Bikes welcome you to biking country. Great trails, beautiful scenery, proper mountains and easy-riding river glens. They also offer mountain bike hire, local route guides, free helmet hire, repair kits.

01764 670 140

comriecroftbikes.co.uk

4. Killin Outdoor Centre

The friendly staff have a wealth of knowledge of the local area and are happy to help guide you or plan your cycle route with you.

01567 820 652

killinoutdoor.co.uk

5. Wild Biking Scotland

Wild Biking Scotland offer guides and instruction for school and youth groups, children families and individuals on a number of trails in the Trossachs.

07717 217 898

wildbikingscotland.com

Cycle Routes

Forest Enterprise

Forest Enterprise has many marked cycle routes in its woodlands. For more information on these routes please use the details below:
>> Loch Ard Forest , Queen Elizabeth Forest Park – Tel: 01877 382383
>> Achray Forest , Queen Elizabeth Forest Park – Tel: 01877 382383
>> Ardgartan Visitor Centre , near Arrochar, Argyll Forest Park – Tel: 01877382383
>> Lochs and Glens (North), part of National Cycle Network Route 7, passes through the national park.

National Cycle Network Route 7

This route stretches 215 miles/347km and approximately 60 miles/97km of it uses forest tracks, traffic-free trails and minor roads. Route 7 is regarded as one of the highlights of the National Cycle Network and runs between Drymen in the south and Killin in the northeast, via Glen Ogle, Lochearnhead, Strathyre, Callander, Aberfoyle and Gartmore.