From Darmstadt's centre the cycle routes "die bergstraße" and "die bergstraße close to nature" lead south to Heidelberg.
The route "Around Darmstadt" covers 60 km through forests and past parks around the city. The Darmstadt / Dieburg district also offers alternative routes with the family cycle route and the connoisseur cycle route.
Other signposted cycle routes and mountain bike trails in the region: www.radroutenplaner-hessen.de
Four Darmstadt ebikes can be rented at the Darmstadt Shop.
Our eBikes: Four Trekking eBike from the Darmstadt manufacturer cucuma
- Brose S Mag motor with 90 Nm, the power to conquer any mountain with ease
- Large 630 Wh battery, up to 80 km range
- Stepless Enviolo TR hub gears
- Gates Carbon Drive belt (belt drive, no chain)
- 1 day: 30 € (pick-up 10 am, return 5 pm)
- 1 weekend: 50 € (pick-up on Saturday from 10 am, return on Monday at 10 am)
- 5 days a week: 100 euros (collection Monday 10 am, return Friday 5 pm)
Bicycle: 120 €
Charger: 30 €
You will find all further information in the rental contract.
The tourist cycle route “Around Darmstadt” invites you to explore Darmstadt over a distance of 60 km.
The cycle route leads past a multitude of sights, local recreation areas and excursion restaurants. The natural areas “around Darmstadt” can be discovered almost exclusively away from motor vehicle traffic, relaxed on agricultural and forestry paths.
The route, especially designed for families, has, with a few exceptions, only slight inclines. In many places the route can be combined with public transport.
Route plan and gpx data for download: Radroute rund um Darmstadt
The two cycle trails “Bergstrasse klassisch” (traditional sights between Darmstadt and Heidelberg) and “naturnah” (for nature-lovers) run both along the Bergstraße and intersect at several points.
The traditional cycle trail connects places worth seeing in the towns and villages between Darmstadt and Heidelberg on paved paths and roads. The trail is 84.5 km in length and is marked with the Bergstraßen logo “die bergstrasse”.
The “nature lovers” route also runs from north to south and is marked “naturnah” on a pale blue background under the Bergstraßen symbol. The 83.2km trail takes cyclists along tracks between the fields and through the woods, past lakes and streams to pretty picknick areas with a panoramic view of the Bergstraße.
The cycle path brochure and cycle path map can be found at www.diebergstrasse.de
Get out into the fresh air by bike and flex your muscles - Bergstrasse and Odenwald are ideal for this. The region offers many opportunities to discover the beauty of the landscape on signposted bike paths. Light forests alternate with lush meadows, river valleys, flowering orchards and rolling grain fields.
More information www.bergstrasse-odenwald.de
Public charging station in Darmstadt you can find in following streets:
- City Carree: 8 lockers with space for a bicycle helmet and a 230-volt Schuko socket. The respective charging cable must be brought along. The individual lockers are locked using a coin deposit lock for one and two euro coins, which the user receives back. Adress: Im Carree
- Robert-Bosch-Straße 7 (vor der TIZ-GmbH)
- Frankfurter Straße 110 (Entega)
The own company Darmstädter Werkstätten und Wohneinrichtungen (EDW) in partnership with the Werkhof e.V. operates the bicycle workshop "Gleis 66" at the main train station, in which people with disabilities and young people with special needs have the opportunity to integrate into working life.
Information on the range of workshop work: https://darmstaedter-werkstaetten.de/de/gleis66/
You can find further information on pedestrian and bike traffic in Darmstadt on the website of the City of Darmstadt, including the "Cycling City Map Darmstadt" and the "Cycling Map around Darmstadt" in the section Downloads / Links.