Book your ride
Booking a bike is simple, please fill out the form below. Once you've reserved all of your bikes, you then need to confirm your booking by paying a deposit of 25% by card online. Please see our bike hire service page for more details. You can view the availability of our bikes here.
Not sure which bike to hire? Read our guide
Hire Prices: €60 /day, €300 /week,
- One Day:€60
- Two Days:€120
- Three Days:€180
- Four Days:€240
- Five Days:€300
- Six Days:€300
- Extra Days:€54
Helmets & Armour
Helmets are included in your hire fee. Armour is available for 5 € a day for elbow and knee.
The Caledonia doesn’t fit in a box nicely, and we like it that way. It was conceived on our Thursday night rides—routes that often play fast and loose with ‘road ride.’ As we tried to stuff bigger tires into our R5s and streamline our Asperos, a new kind of bike was born. Equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 gears and disc brakes.
Which bike should I hire?
In Morzine, you can spend all week riding your bike downhill, without riding on any Downhill (DH) trails. Confused? Fear not, this guide should help you choose!
DH riding takes place on graded man made trails where pedestrians aren't allowed. They will be based under a lift - going from the top of the lift to the bottom of the lift. They are graded Green, Blue, Red and Black (easy to extreme). There will be trail features such as jumps, berms, drops and ladder bridges. For this type of riding, we reccomend a dedicated DH bike - the Saracen Myst Pro 29.
All other riding in Morzine and the Portes du Soleil is on singletrack and fireroads accessible to all comers, bike riders and hikers alike. The trails link up the lift network allowing you to travel great distances from valley to valley with minimal effort. In general you will need to pedal your bike up or along for short distances, but you'll still spend the majority of your ride going downhill. For this type of riding we reccomend a dedicated All Mountain bike, the Nukeproof Giga 290 Elite.
Then if you fancy emulating your Tour de France hero's on the many miles of tarmac and infamous cols around here you'll be wanting to do that on a dedicated road bike. For that we recommend our Scott Addict SE Disc and Cervelo Caledonia Di2.