The Grangemouth Bike Library is a community project to get more people cycling in Grangemouth.

Based in Zetland Park, the Bike Library provides loans of a bike, lock, helmet and high-vis reflective gear free of charge for up to 1 month.

More than 30 bikes in a variety of sizes and styles are available to allow families and individuals to enjoy cycling, build confidence and take part in healthy activities.

The project is led by Falkirk Council and supported by others including Kersiebank Community Project, Falkirk Active Travel Hub, Falkirk Junior Bike Club, Police Scotland, Cycling Without Age and Cycling Scotland.

Opening hours

You can speak to someone at the Grangemouth Bike Library between 9am and 3pm on the following days:

  • Monday
  • Wednesday
  • Friday

How to apply

In order to get a bike, you will need to provide 2 forms of ID, preferably one with a photo, and complete a form where we will agree how long you will borrow the bike.

We will also go through some safety checks, fit you for a helmet and show you how the lock works.

Contact the Bike Library on the number or email address below to check stock and make an appointment.