Ribble Valley E-Bikes has the perfect way to keep up with the kids this October Half Term!
Whether you bring their own bikes from home, or hire from our selection of (non-electric) children’s bikes, parents and grandparents will have no trouble keeping pace with the kids on one of our e-bikes. You can easily match their energy levels with the helpful boost of the electric motor!
You can read more about how an e-bike works in our blog post ‘What is an e-bike and who is it for?’
There’s an amazing number of routes you could take direct from our Dunsop Bridge HQ, or you can even hire e-bikes on a longer term basis and keep them for a few days to really make the most of the Lancashire Half Term.
Lancashire may be in ‘tier 3’ but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the best the county has to offer. Getting out in the fresh air and soaking up the autumn scenery is a great way to enjoy a little ‘normality’ with family and friends at the moment.
It’s important to follow all relevant government guidelines, but in most circumstances, the ‘rule of six’ still applies in the great outdoors – so exploring the countryside on an e-bike is a great way to catch up with loved ones. And – thanks to the electric motor on our e-bikes – you won’t be playing ‘catch up’!
From outdoor art to forest foraging, take a look at some of our suggestions for things to do with the kids in Lancashire this autumn.
With Christmas approaching, hiring one of our fantastic children’s woom bikes is also a great way to ‘try before you buy’. And the same goes for the ‘big kids’ and our e-bikes!
Check out our sales website here.
While you’re in Dunsop for a fun-filled activity day, why not also squeeze in a visit to some of our neighbours? You can stock up on delicious snacks from Puddleducks Tea Room, and maybe enjoy a walk with some furry friends at Wood End Alpacas?
We’d love to see you, just give us a call to book.
Have a lovely Half Term Holiday – however you spend it.