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Rugged Cliffs, Nationally Rare Plants, Hidden Coves, Portland Stone, Quarry History, Portland Bill and Stunning Views! What more could you ask for?
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Bike Hire Prices
BIKE HIRE from £12.50 Per Day!
Welcome to the home of cycling on the Isle of Portland Dorset! Join the acclaimed Weymouth & Portland Cycle Hire Center, based in the traditional and unspoiled spot of the Jurassic Coast. Enjoy a healthy, active day out on one of Portland's cycle routes, with rides for all ages and abilities and free parking nearby. If you cant get to us, we'll deliver your bikes to your front door! Let's make your stay as enjoyable as possible!
Bike Hire Available from 9am - 6pm
TIME: This is an all day activity
DISTANCE: An island curcuit is around 10k. Other routes include the Rodwell Trail and Portland To Bowleaze Cove
Hiring your cycles from our central island location will always be the best way to enjoy one of the most popular Portland activities. By coming to us you will benefit from expert advice or guided tours on our Portland cycle routes as well as finding the right bikes and equipment for you. Seeing the island in this way gives you a different perspective on the landscape of Portland.
About Weymouth & Portland
Portland is a tied island, with a population of almost 13,000. The island forms the southern point of Dorset with a bar of Chesil, over which runs a road, connecting it to the mainland.
The hard white stone quarried there is renowned worldwide and has been used since Roman times.
Portland stone was used to build the Palace of Westminster, the Tower of London, the east side of Buckingham Palace, the Queen Victoria memorial, The British Museum and numerous other grand and important buildings in other UK towns and cities. Six million tons of the stone was used to rebuild St Paul’s Cathedral and many other buildings after the great fire of London in 1666.
Portland also provided the stone for the Cenotaph in Whitehall and for the gravestones of the hundreds of thousands of soldiers killed in the Second World War, whilst many bombed out towns and cities were reconstructed using Portland stone facades. It has also been used in buildings across the world including the UN building in New York. CLICK THE ISLAND FOR FULL SIZE>>>