Guided Tours in the Peak District, Derbyshire
If you are not familiar with the Peak District but would like to see the best of the area then why not try a 1 day guided tour? You will be supplied with bikes & equipment and travel along the best routes available.
Routes have been carefully designed to avoid main roads, avoid killer hills, see the most impressive scenery, stop in the nicest villages and your knowledgeable & friendly tour leader will ensure you have the most enjoyable, informative & memorable journey around.
The price for a guide is £15 per hour plus the cost of cycle hire (£13 for hybrid bikes or £18 for mountain bikes). Obviously there is no cycle hire charge if you bring your own bike.
Please call Steve on 07961 052 590 for more information.
Way of the Roses
Starting from Morecambe on the west coast this challenging ride passes through stunning scenery along the 170 mile route to the east coast at Bridlington. Opened in September 2010 the Sustrans Way of the Roses tour is well signposted and has train stations at either end making travel to & from the start and end points easy.
Dover to Cape Wrath
Whilst most people have heard of the Lands End to John o’Groats route not many have heard of the Dover to Cape Wrath route. The LEJOG as it is often called starts at the most south westerly point of mainland UK finishes at the most north easterly point, but what about the opposite two corners? Welcome to the Dover to Cape Wrath tour
Coast to Coast
This classic Great British ride covers some of northern England's most rugged & spectacular scenery. Join us on this 130 mile ride from the west coast to the east coast of England and enjoy one of the UK's most archetypal and memorable tours.
Lands End to John O'Groats
The Lands End to John O’Groats cycle tour or LEJOG conjures up a variety of images, an escapade, a challenge, hard work, a puncture or two, stunning scenery, and a tremendous sense of achievement. Since the 1960’s the End to End has become a firm favourite with the British people. Every year, walkers, cyclists, joggers and runners navigate the length of the British Isles.