East Lothian by Bike
For many local short journeys, cycling can be a quick way to get around. For most people it takes around 10 minutes to cycle 2 miles.
Did you know?
A 20 minute bike ride to work could use the same amount of calories as a cappuccino, a bar of chocolate or a 175ml glass of wine.
Electric bike hire scheme
Now you can hire an e-bike from three different locations in East Lothian and explore your local area without breaking a sweat!
The Bewegen e-bike scheme offers access to over 20 e-bikes across three stations in Musselburgh and Cockenzie. Customers can register for a monthly or annual membership, or can pay per ride. For more information about the scheme, pricing and a station map, please visit https://goebike.uk/. You will also find information about how to register and use the e-bikes on the stations.
Additionally, members can also use the e-bikes located in Dalkeith, Stirling and Falkirk.
E-bike Stations Locations
Locations of the e-bike hire stations can be found in this map.
Report a damaged e-bike
Should you identify a hire e-bike which seems to have been stolen or that is damaged or broken, please call +44 800 3688093 and the Bewegen team will locate it and collect it/fix it if necessary.
Plan your ride
To plan a cycling journey visit the Cycle Streets website.
It’s time to discover your local area!
Walking and cycling for short everyday trips to work, to the shops, and for leisure are great ways to fit regular physical activity in your daily routine.
The Let’s Get Active leaflets give details on the national cycle network and local core paths around East Lothian’s towns:
- download the Get Active Musselburgh leaflet
- download the Get Active Tranent leaflet
- download the Get Active Prestonpans leaflet
- download the Get Active Haddington leaflet
- download the Get Active Dunbar leaflet
- download the Get Active North Berwick leaflet