The Loch Tummel loop from Pitlochry has elevation of up to 500 metres! The Pitlochry to Dunkeld loop has in parts elevation of up to 600 metres, while on other side of the Tay along the old military road it can be almost 700 metres! … thankfully all our guests get to make use of one of our E-Bikes, so steep hills or distances are no longer a problem… And while out on one of our HBT’s you get to look down on those travelling by vehicle up and down the A9.
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We have decided to offer the ‘E-Bike Taster Experience’ (mini tours across Perthshire..)
From April 2022 we will have a new location in Perth City Centre…
From a recent bike ride from Perth to Dundee, and then back on the other side of the River Tay
Congratulations to Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillery, who are located just south of Perth.
All scenic photos on the website, and on our Instagram & Twitter accounts have been taken during one of our tours from Perth.
Cycling in the Highlands is one of the most enjoyable ways to explore this part of Perthshire, Scotland.
Dunsinane Hill, Perthshire… aka the site of Macbeth’s Fort, in the year 1054…