Programmed Bike Adventure Factsheets
Ride some of Northern Scotlands most iconic trails through the mountains with arguably the best and most famous descents over amazingly grippy bedrock. This quick trip gets a 4star Grin Factor and will leave you wanting more.
Ride Scotland's most southerly and accessible Munro in a small and supportive group - A Big push for a big reward, an ideal first Munro - for Red riders with a good level of hill fitness and a head for heights
Head out the top of the Tweed valley into the Borders on this big XC ride taking in an ancient drove road as well as some beautiful scenery and big open descents - suitable for blue/red riders with a good level of fitness
Instantly recognisable, the Cobbler is a classic ride up paths and tracks for an up and back ride right from the summit - dare you 'thread the needle' at the top?
A big Day out with two classic descents into Glen Mhic and back into Glen Doll, with the option of an extra Munro in the middle for the fit - Suitable for confident red riders with a good level of hill fitness, this route has many rewards but some hard work on the climbs and hike-a-bike.
Ride the World Famous West Highland Way - in classic style over 3 days ride the 93 miles (with some carrying) from Glasgow to Fort William in a small group with guide and road support through rural Stirlingshire to Glencoe and through rugged Lochaber right to the base of Britain's Highest mountain.
A Big Day out in Glen Feshie, initially riding up the valley on a lovely singletrack trail, then climbing up onto the plateau to bag a couple of Munros before a fast and furious fantastic descent from the summit of the second munro to the valley floor.
An epic XC route through remote and high mountains from Rannoch Moor to the coast at Loch Etive on tracks and trails and sections of the West Highland Way.