Electric bikes (e-bikes) are a revolutionary new development in the world of two wheels. They're much the same as your ordinary bike, but with the additional benefit of a small electric motor to help you make light of longer days or any hills along the way.
They're easy to use – all you need to do is flick a switch then pedal the same way you would on a traditional bike and you're off and away! In fact, e-bikes have proved so popular in various countries that many commuters have adopted them as their day to day transport.
Read our blog "A Beginners Guide to E-Bikes" if you'd like to find out more!
E-bikes provide all the benefits of a normal bike - gentle exercise, fresh open air, interaction with nature and other cyclists – and you'll be able to cycle further, faster, tackle steep climbs and ultimately discover more places than you thought possible.
E-bikes are the perfect solution for people wanting to share holiday experiences, but who don't necessarily share the same levels of fitness. The motor gives you an extra push and requires less legwork than a standard bike which allows you to keep up with even the most ardent cyclists. Having power assistance means you will be able to comfortably cycle further too (if you wish), meaning more places are within visiting distance.
E-bikes are available on many of our holidays, usually at a small supplement. You can reserve as many bikes as you require for your party but please note we can only provide them for over-18s between 5 and 6 feet tall. Look out for the e-bike symbol in the holiday search results and the individual holiday pages. Numbers are limited and they're available on a first-come first-served basis, so if you're keen to try them out then do make sure you book early.
Although our e-bikes are easy to use, they are heavier than regular bikes and as such are better suited to proficient cyclists. We do not recommend these for anyone out of practice on a bike. Please contact us to discuss their suitability for any members of your party.
Please note: Bike styles may differ from the examples shown.