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Motorcycle Rental Dublin, Ireland

Available from Dublin Airport

Flyride Ireland is one of Ireland's premier motorcycle hire companies. There’s no better way to explore our Island than taking to the road on two wheels. With outstanding scenery and world-renowned touring routes, your trip will help form memories of a lifetime.

Whether you are going to explore the island of Ireland or take a journey further afield, to the UK or Europe, we are your perfect travel partner.

We are ideally located for anyone flying into Dublin or Belfast airports. Pick up and collections can be organised to suit your own travel itinerary.

You can simply choose your preferred motorcycle and hit the road, or take advantage of our pre-planned tours.

With many years of experience and even more living here, we would be delighted to help make your trip a memorable one. If you need advice finding accommodation or anything else, please get in touch.

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Man looking over Irish Mountains enjoying his motorcycle in Ireland
Indian Motorcycle Riders outside traditional Irish buildings in Ireland

Places to visit from Dublin

Dublin is conveniently located and easily accessed from all over the world. With flights from 42 countries, record numbers are arriving each year. Ireland may be a small island but it is packed with attractions.

Dublin City

This lively capital has a seamless blend of classic visitor sights, an excellent social scene and a natural playground leading down to Dublin Bay. Explore Trinity College & the Book of Kells, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and Temple Bar.

Wild Atlantic Way

Wrap yourself in the wilderness of the west coast of Ireland on the world's longest defined coastal touring route. This is a sensational journey of soaring cliffs and buzzing towns and cities, of hidden beaches and epic bays.

Ring of Kerry

Drive the picturesque loop at the heart of County Kerry and get ready to experience Ireland at its wildest. Enjoy the rugged islands, white-sand beaches, dramatic mountain passes and charming villages.

Dingle Peninsula

National Geographic once called it “the most beautiful place on earth”. Experience the meandering country lanes, wild hedgerows, endless skies and cosy thatched pubs.

Cork & Blarney Estate

Cork is a beautiful city located just a few hours from Dublin. Nearby is Cobh, home to a Titanic Museum experience - this is the last stop the Titanic made before crossing the Atlantic. The Blarney Estate is definitely worth a visit. Kiss the famous Blarney Stone and explore the Castle.

Causeway Coast

Take in the scenery on your coastal drive from Belfast to Londonderry/Derry. Enjoy the jaw-dropping Titanic Belfast, The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge and the walled city along the way.

Game of Thrones

Fabled castles, haunted forests, a stunning, hand-woven tapestry and now a series of exquisite stained glass windows – Game of Thrones® has become a part of Northern Ireland’s epic story.


Situated in the remote northwest of the island, further isolated by wild landscape and country roads. Donegal is renowned for it’s outdoor activities, anything from surfing and fishing to rock climbing and hiking.

Belfast & Titanic

History fills the streets of Belfast, through well-preserved architecture and striking murals. Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

Ready to go?

Book your motorbike now and start planning your trip to Ireland! You can book your motorcycle online and we will make sure everything is ready for you when you arrive.

Choose a Motorbike

Browse Motorcycles

We have an excellent range of Honda motorcycles including the excellent Africa Twin, several NC750Xs and CB500Xs. All of our bikes undergo regular health checks and we have something suitable for riders of all heights.

Browse Tours

We have worked tirelessly to identify some of the most exciting and exclusive routes around the island of Ireland. Explore both the North and the South from the Giants Causeway to Tipperary.

Reasons to visit Ireland

  • Beautiful scenery: Ireland is known for its rolling hills and its 40 shades of green, but there is so much more to our island than that. Dublin is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with a great mix of modern and historic architecture. Our North Coast is one of the worlds most famous and beautiful locations, with the Giants Causeway its undisputed gem.

  • Packed with history: From ancient history to modern times, Ireland has been a pivotal location in world events. The Brú Na Bóinne site in County Meath predates the pyramids of Egypt at over 5000 years old. You can also visit the Titanic Museum, a 4th century fortress at The Rock of Cashel and learn about Ireland’s Neutrality in WW2.

  • Festivals and music: You are never short of a party in Ireland, we are a country that loves having fun! We have festivals for every type of entertainment you can imagine, if you love music check out the annual festival at Slane Castle. For a list of other interesting events, follow this link.

  • Outstanding road trips: Our roads are known by motorcyclists across the globe for being exceptionally fun to ride. The twisting bends through picturesque scenery and famous road racing locations (Ulster Grand Prix and North West 200) make it the perfect road trip destination. Visit legendary motorsport locations, monuments to heroes like Joey Dunlop and experience a two wheeled trip like no other.

  • Thriving food scene: With so many excellent places to eat, you will never go hungry in Ireland. We are known for our generous portions and famous dishes like Irish Stew, Soda Bread and a good fry up. For those who are looking for fine dining, both Dublin and Belfast boast a wealth of exceptional restaurants.

  • Outdoor adventures: There is so much to do outdoors in Ireland while your motorbike is at the side of the road, from seaweed foraging in Cork to staying in a castle in Connemara. You can try kayaking in County Kerry, catch and cook in County Mayo, stay in a yurt in County Leitrim or canoe trail in Country Down. There is always something fun to do outdoors!

  • The home of Guinness: Who could talk about visiting Ireland without mentioning Guinness? The famous stout is considered part of the culture here and you can not only try it for yourself while you are here, you can actually go to the Guinness Storehouse and see how it is made! The tour is one of the top recommended things to do in Dublin so be sure to visit when you are here!

  • The most friendly people: Ireland is famous for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, generated by the friendly people who live here. An Irish person will happily help you in any situation, asking someone on the street for directions will often turn into a fondly remembered conversation.

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  • This is by far the best rental experience I’ve ever had. I felt like once I made the reservation Tim was concerned about my trip from beginning to end […]

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  • Fantastic Bikes. Hired two bikes to visit the Ulster GP and will hire from Tim again. The whole experience was faultless and easy. When we return next year for the North West […]

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  • Friendliest Bike Rental on the planet. I’ve rented bikes in London, Seattle, LA, San Francisco, Miami, India, and now Belfast and I can honestly say that Tim is the friendliest and most helpful host of all […]

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  • These machines were absolutely perfect for our coastal trip, and were a pleasure to ride. We were well looked after by Tim at Belfast Motorcycle Rentals, and all arrangements could not have been better […]

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