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Ribble Valley E-Bikes Fitting

Oh, the places you’ll go!

There’s so much to see and do in the surrounding area, that visitors and locals alike are spoilt for choice; especially when it comes to award-winning pubs and restaurants.

We’ve included some of our personal recommendations below, and we’re always happy to chat if there’s anything else you think we can advise on. (Feel free to give us a call on 01200 426246)


Guided Tours
Why not book a ride out with our local guide for a unique trip around the area? On or off-road, you’ll be shown some of the hidden highlights the county has to offer.


Give You A Clue
We can provide suggested routes that taken in our favourite spots, or help you plan a route of your own that draws on our local knowledge.


Get On And Go
We’re happy to give you as much or as little guidance as required; you might simply want to set off on your own adventure and discover the region’s gems for yourself.


Why not try our ‘Cycle Safari’ with James' Places? A route that takes in beautiful countryside and (more importantly) some of the best hotels and restaurants in the area, complete with e-bike storage and charging.


Off-Road
Head over to Gisburn Forest to tackle the famous off-road tracks and trails. Our bikes - including eMTBs - are available to hire from The Hub.



The Spread Eagle at Sawley sits right on the bank of the Ribble and combines fantastic food with luxury accommodation – our bikes are available to hire from here – and, if you’re interested, we recommend the fish pie.


A famed lunch spot of the Queen, The Inn at Whitewell is just round the corner from Ribble Valley E-Bikes and is a pretty unique place. You’ll be equally welcome in your muddy wellies or your Manolo Blahniks, for a delicious meal or well-chosen wine.


Want to indulge yourself? Northcote Manor is renowned far and wide for its Michelin-starred restaurant and luxury rooms. And now its wonderful e-bike provision...


Wood End Farm B&B is our neighbour just up the road. You’ll get an exceptionally friendly welcome plus the chance to book a beauty treatment with Laura, or even meet the farm’s friendly alpacas.


Dale House Barn is often described as a hidden gem, and it has plenty to offer (including cookery courses) – whether you choose to stay in one of the beautifully furnished rooms, or bring your sleeping bags for a night in the camping barn.


Three Rivers Woodland Park in West Bradford is great for camping with the family. Lots of woodland and wildlife, along with a swimming pool - and just a couple of miles from the historic market town of Clitheroe.


The picturesque village of Waddington is a perfect base for cyclists, with beautiful routes through the countryside in all directions. As well as The Waddington Arms (another of James’ Places) it’s home to The Higher Buck and Lower Buck, with both pubs offering extensive menus and plenty of accommodation.



We’re exceptionally lucky to be based in the heart of the Hodder Valley, and therefore the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The AONB's Discover Bowland website has some fantastic resources of things to see and do in the surrounding area.

We particularly love these itineraries:

Journey to The Centre of the Kingdom

Gisburn Forest and Stocks Reservoir Adventure

Fields, Fells and Fabulous Local Food

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