Excursions by e-bike

E-bikes in Lower Austria – electric bicycles and mountain bikes for hire, complete with charging stations along the route, for guaranteed relaxed and enjoyable cycling.

E-bikes are becoming common sights on all of the most beautiful bicycle trails in Lower Austria. There are plenty of ways that visitors can rent both bikes and equipment, and there are even charging and service stations along the way. From the Traisental valley to the Vienna Alps, more and more e-bikers are now discovering the joys of cycle paths.

Electric bikes have battery-powered motors that support the pedal motion. This extremely pleasant riding trend is already part and parcel of Lower Austria’s cycling regions. The hiring of electric bicycles and mountain bikes goes hand in hand with charging and service stations along the routes.

By e-bike through Lower Austria

  • Mild and wild
    The poplar Traisental cycle route runs through the Mostviertel for 111 km – from Traismauer all the way to Mariazell. In addition, the Mostviertel mountain area is a perfect place for relaxed electric mountain biking.
  • Water and history
    The most famous cycle trail in Europe, the Danube cycle path features a special stage leading through the World Heritage Site region of Wachau. A 380 km route leads through the Roman remains of Carnuntum, with its exciting stories from the times of the ancient Romans.
  • Land of 1,000 hills
    The towns of Bad Schönau, Kirchschlag, Krumbach and Lichtenegg in the Vienna Alps have come together to create a joint e-mobility showcase region. Its 140 km network of cycle routes invites you to leisurely discover the Bucklige Welt.
  • Wine and delights
    Gentle hills, fertile vineyards and vast landscapes are just some of the things that can be discovered by e-bike in the Weinviertel. And there is always time to stop for a break over a glass of wine or grape juice at one of the region’s many Heurigen and wine farms.
  • Woods and rivers
    The new Thaya route is ideal for casual cyclists and families with children. The route follows former railway lines, along which you can go by e-bike all the way to the Czech Republic. The many beautiful spots along the Thaya and numerous destinations along the 111 km route are perfect for relaxing breaks.