Bicycle hire at various locations around Chichester Chichester England

App-Bike is a self-serve bike hire scheme operating in and around the Chichester area. Chichester and the surrounding areas are great to explore by bike due to a good network of cycle routes and flat terrain. You can rent an…

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App-Bike is a self-serve bike hire scheme operating in and around the Chichester area. Chichester and the surrounding areas are great to explore by bike due to a good network of cycle routes and flat terrain. You can rent an App-Bike from just £2.50 per hour or there is a maximum daily charge of £15 per bike. You can explore and lock the bike wherever you like but to end the rental you must return it to one of our designated hubs. To rent a bike and to see our locations all you need to do is download and register with the free App-Bike app. You can even find and follow cycle routes in the app.

More information can also be found at www.app-bike.co.uk. We can also supply and deliver bikes and e-bikes for longer term and group rentals so please contact us to discuss your requirements on 01892 320270 or email [email protected]

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