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Looking for a fun and authentic bike ride? Funbooker has selected the best service providers throughout France, so you can rent a bike and explore the region of your choice. Book at the best price, cancel free of charge.

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Want to discover a corner of France at your leisure? Rent a bike with Funbooker and explore the roads and trails of France. With Funbooker, find the bike rental companies in your area, for a ride with or without a guide, as you wish!

All you need to know about bike hire in France

Cycling: the best way to enjoy the countryside!

There are numerous cycle paths available throughout France, so you can discover or rediscover the country's magnificent regions, and whatever the occasion, take the opportunity to get some fresh air and explore some sumptuous places. At your own pace and according to your itinerary, you'll be able to tackle the cycling terrain that is generally available to two-wheelers.

Different types of bikes

You can rent different types of bikes:

  • Electric bikes for easy pedaling
  • Classic bikes for road riding
  • Mountain bikes for all types of terrain
  • mountain bikes for dirt roads and rough trails

Activity schedule

If you rent a bike on your own, the principle is simple. Go to the rental company and pick up the bike for the duration of your choice (from 1 hour to 1 week). You're then free to ride the routes of your choice.

If you hire a guide, he or she will bring the bikes to you and guide you along the trails and routes of the region you are visiting. He'll also tell you some touristy anecdotes about the places you'll be visiting!

Where to rent a bike in France? Our selection of the best spots

Lake Annecy

This town in the Alps, bordering Switzerland, is famous for its magnificent mountain ranges. Lovers of this kind of scenery can't fail to get away from it all on a bike tour.

Ride along sumptuous mountain paths and enjoy the natural landscapes that the Alps have to offer.

Saint-Emilion vineyards

For wine lovers, Saint-Emilion is particularly renowned for the beauty of its vineyards. So don't miss the opportunity to visit this commune in south-west France, less than an hour from Bordeaux.

Get ready for an extraordinary cycling tour, with visits to the region's châteaux, strolls through the village streets and walks through the vineyards. You can even quench your thirst with a few grands crus, if you're so inclined. Drink in moderation.

Mont Sainte-Victoire

Located just 30 minutes from Marseille, Aix-en-Provence is a small town with plenty of charm, especially when you take a tour of its green countryside. Take the time to visit the area around Aix-en-Provence, with its lavender fields, Sainte-Victoire mountains and lush natural surroundings.

Accompanied by your guide, you'll set off from one point in the city, and take a number of steep paths to reach Mont Sainte-Victoire, with its superb views.

The Calanques of Marseille

Marseille wouldn't be Marseille without its Calanques. If you love mountainous areas, coves and inlets, you're in for a dreamy time when you take a bike ride in Marseille's Calanques.

Departing from the city center, you'll cycle a 35 km route that not only takes in the nooks and crannies of the Phocaean city, but also skirts its magnificent Calanques. You can visit the city's legendary monuments, the famous Prado beaches and the Calanque de Callelongue.


Auvers-sur-Oise has a lot to offer: visit the various villages near the commune, take the "Chemin des Peintres" itinerary to learn more about the Impressionist painters who lived here, stroll through the Parc Naturel Régional du Vexin... Bikes and route ideas are also available.