Ae Bike Hire

Ae Bike Hire: The Ae Hire fleet has been upgraded. We now have Specialized Big Hits and Enduro full suspension bikes for you to hire along with our classic Specialized Hardrocks. All our bikes have disc brakes, are well maintained and are perfect for the type of trails found here at Ae Forest. We also have kids bikes and tag a longs available to hire.

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From Dumfries
Take the A701 towards Moffat and the A74(M). After about 10km, look for signs to Ae village. Take the left turn off the A701 to the village. Go through the village (about 4 km from the turn off) and turn right into the Forestry Commission area.

From Glasgow
Follow the M74 south to junction 15 (Beattock) and join the A701 towards Dumfries. After 19km look for the second turn off for Ae village on the right. Take the right turn off the A701 to the village. Go through the village (about 4 km from the turn off) and turn right into the Forestry Commission area.

From Edinburgh
Follow the A702 south through Biggar to join the M74 at junction 13 (Abington) and then continue on to junction 15 (Beattock) and turn off onto the A701 towards Dumfries. After 19km look for the second turn off for Ae village on the right. Take the right turn off the A701 to the village. Go through the village (about 4 km from the turn off) and turn right into the Forestry Commission area.

From Carlisle
Follow the A74 north. There are options at Gretna to take the A75 to Dumfries and then on to the A701, however, continuing north to junction 16 (Annandale Water services) of the A74(M) then heading via Johnstonebridge and minor roads to join the A701 at St Ann's is slightly shorter. At St Ann's, turn left onto the A701 towards Dumfries and continue for 9.5km to the second turn off for Ae village. Take the right turn off the A701 to the village. Go through the village (about 4 km from the turn off) and turn right into the Forestry Commission area.

From Stranraer
Take the A75 east to Dumfries, then join the A701 towards Moffat and the A74(M). After about 10km, look for signs to Ae village. Take the left turn off the A701 to the village. Go through the village (about 4 km from the turn off) and turn right into the Forestry Commission area.

Bus

Buses run regularly between Dumfries and Moffat, stopping at Ae Bridgend and Parkgate, both roughly 4.5km from the trail head.

Train

The nearest station is at Dumfries, approximately 14km from the trailhead. Regular direct daily trains to Dumfries travel from Carlisle, Newcastle and Glasgow. If travelling from Edinburgh, it is easier to travel to Carlisle then change rather than going via Glasgow.

Bike

National Cycle Route 7 runs through Dumfries.

Admission

Prices:
HardrockEnduro / Big HitKids BikeTag A LongChildseat
£25.00£45.00£12.00£5.00£5.00

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Address: Ae Bike Hire, Dumfries and Galloway, DG1 1QB, UK
Phone: +44 1387 860 541

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