Beics Antur is a bike hire shop based in Caernarfon, in Gwynedd, North Wales.
Beics Antur’s site as Porth yr Aur has recently been developed into a Health & Well-being centre, with a bike hire a repair shop, a Well-being Loft available to hire for health & well-being activities, and a sensory room, in a project worth £1 million.
Beics Antur offers a large selection of ladies, gents and childrens’ bikes for sale and hire. We also have a fleet of adaptive bikes for hire, suitable for individuals of all abilities.
Conveniently located close to Caernarfon Castle, with easy access to Lôn Las Eifion cycle track and Y Foryd estuary, we offer a great service at great prices.
Beics Antur Bikes is part of the Antur Waunfawr family of businesses. We cater for families and groups, and are proud to offer a personal service.
The Welsh Highland Railway
Take a journey by train followed by a scenic bike ride … the perfect day out! The Highland Railway runs from the Quay in Caernarfon through the beautiful countryside of North Wales, near villages Waunfawr and Beddgelert to Porthmadog. It is possible to take the bike on the train from Beics Antur (at no extra charge) and cycle back to Caernarfon along Lôn Eifion, the traffic-free cycle path, but the railway do ask that you call in advance to make sure there’s space available. For more information: www.festrail.co.uk/
Cycle Paths From Caernarfon
Lôn Eifion: a well-known path that extends for 12 miles from Caernarfon towards Porthmadog.
Lôn Las Menai: a 4-mile path which runs along the Menai Straits between Caernarfon and Portdinorwic (towards Bangor).
Y Foryd: a quiet country lane offering a gentle ride with stunning views across the Menai Straits over to Anglesey (this is not a traffic-free lane).
Lôn Gwyrfai: route from Caernarfon to Waunfawr through the countryside – on a path and along the road.
Our bike hire, sales and repairs is located at:
Beics Antur, Porth-yr-Aur, High Street, Caernarfon, LL55 1RN
CURRENT OPENING TIMES:
Monday – Saturday: 9.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m
The project has been supported by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government; the Architectural Heritage Fund; the Welsh Government’s Intermediate Care Fund; the Welsh Government’s Community Facilities Programme; and a pledge from the Garfield Weston Foundation.