Ridgeback Element Hyrid Touring Bike

  • Lightweight Aluminimum Frame and Fork
  • Shimano 27 Speed Groupset.
  • 700c x 35mm Tyres
  • Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Rear Pannier Rack
  • 14kg/30lbs

Haibike Trekking 6 Low EBike

  • Shimano Deore 1 x 11 Groupset, 38t Front Chainring accompanied by an 11-51t Rear Cassette.
  • Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes.
  • 630wh Battery for extended range.
  • Full Mudgaurds.
  • Integrated Lights.
  • Rear Rack for Pannier Bags.
  • Range of 100km
  • 25kg/55lbs

Boardman SLR 8.9 Carbon Road Bike

  • Shimano 105 11 Speed Groupset.
  • Compact 50/34t Crankset accompanied by an 11-30 Cassette.
  • 25mm Tyre.
  • Tektro R315 Rim Brakes.
  • Carbon Fiber Frame & Fork.
  • 8.7kg/19lbs

A common question we receive from guests is what type of bike is best for them to ride during their tour, quite often the simple answer is, whichever type of bike you are most familiar with.

Hybrid Bikes:

·       Best for: Everyone from casual to avid riders.

·       Features: Combines features of road bikes and mountain bikes, offering a comfortable upright riding position, wider tires for stability, and the ability to make good progress in comfort.

·       Advantages: Smooth ride on various terrains, well geared to tackle all gradients.

E-Bikes (Electric Bikes):

·       Best for: Riders looking for assistance on hills, longer distances, or those who want the option to reduce physical effort.

·       Features: Equipped with an electric motor to assist pedalling, allowing riders to cover more ground with less effort, upright position and a low step through for easy mounting and dismounting.

·       Advantages: Ideal for riders of different fitness levels, helps tackle challenging terrain, extends range, and can make longer rides more accessible. Also great as an equalizer of ability amongst tour group members.

Road Bikes:

·       Best for: Enthusiastic cyclists who are comfortable on a road bike, those interested in speed and covering long distances.

·       Features: Lightweight frame, narrow tires, and a drop handlebar for an aerodynamic riding position.

·       Advantages: Designed for speed and efficiency on paved roads.

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