Waterford Greenway Cycle Tours & Bike Hire

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Bike Hire, Cycle Tours & Shuttle Bus Service on the Waterford Greenway

Bike Hire, Cycle Tours, Waterford

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Waterford Greenway Cycle Tours & Bike Hire

Discover Waterford’s Great Southern Greenway the way it should be, find out about the best trails & routes, rent a bike or even book a cycling tour. We offer a wide range of bikes to rent for all ages, including Kalkhoff electric bikes for those looking to enjoy the sights with minimum effort.

Renting a bike is super easy and hassle free. Simply call us and we will deliver the bikes to your hotel, campsite or guest house. Our shuttle bus can drop you off at one point on the Greenway and pick you up from another. What are you waiting for? Rent your bike today!

Our Bike Depots:

  • No.1 Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, beside Murphys Pub.
  • Main St. Kilmacthomas, behind Kirwin/Mulhearne’s Pub & Store. (Phone in advance)
  • Waterford City & Tramore, we operate a mobile bike delivery service from Treacy’s Hotel, Grattan Quay.

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Waterford Greenway Cycle Tours & Bike Hire also offers a minibus collection and drop off service to hotels, caravan parks and guest houses for walking and cycling groups. Simply give us a call and we will come to you with the bikes and drop you at the start of the trail. We will then collect you at the end of the trail or any town along the way and bring you back to your hotel.

We offer group trips to Mahon Falls, Coumshigaun and the Magic Road to save you the challenge of cycling up the Comeragh mountains. You are then free to see the attractions at your own pace before enjoying the downhill cycle to rejoin the Waterford Greenway.

Guided Cycle Tours

Come and enjoy a relaxed guided tour of the Waterford Greenway. This tour takes you along the River Suir, through  Mount Congreve, before taking you through some of Ireland’s finest countryside enjoying spectacular views of the Comeragh Mountains, crossing three viaducts and then breaking out onto Dungarvan Bay.

During this tour you will learn about the history of Waterford, its railways, the Plantation of Munster and the lines involvement in the War of Independence and Irish Civil War. This railway line takes you through all ages of Irish history and still bears the scars of De Valera’s anti treaty bombing campaign.

Ireland’s Ancient East

The Megalithic Cycle Loop is a truly unique experience in the heart of Ireland‘s Ancient East. Simply hire a bike from us and we will provide you with a map listing the sites of the ancient Dolmens, Standing Stones & Passage tombs which are up to 5,500 years old (self guided). Click here for more information on Waterford’s ancient monuments.


We deliver to hotels, guest houses, B&B’s and holiday home’s all over county Waterford, just call John on 085 111 3850.

We have hundreds of excellent bikes suitable for all ages, children’s tow-along taxis, electric bikes and much more. Visit www.waterfordgreenway.com for more info or you can contact us through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or through the contact form below. You can also find us on Trip Advisor.

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