This is some intro text saying something like: E-Bike tours offer an amazing way to experience the beautiful British countryside while also offering the opportunity to share and connect with colleagues, business partners or family and friends.
The last two years have seen many teams fragmented due to the pandemic, and as restrictions start to ease, what better way to reconnect with you colleagues or business partners then to head out into the countryside and explore what is on the capitals doorstep or slightly further afield on the South Downs.
We can accommodate up to eight guests at any one time, subject to e-mountain bike rental availability, with each event tailor made to your requirements, from intricate side by side planning, to just ride support, should that be all that is required.
Working with trusted partners an through a series of e-test days, we have developed a format that will appeal to most, whilst leaving room to be tweaked for the more adventurous.
For larger groups, we would partner with other British Cycling leaders to provide additional support under the requirements of our insurance.
Third party liability insurance can be provided upon request.
Want to try something new, that’s not a golf day ? E-mountain biking provides the perfect opportunity to get some all important networking done, be it 1:1 or a small group, the chat happens continuously throughout the ride. With the bike taking a lot of the hard work out of the climbs, you will have the energy to “talk shop” as you pedal back up to the start of the trail or the next refreshment point.
In addition to networking days and starting in early summer, we hope to be able to host a series of informal Friday afternoon rides around the Surrey Hills, as a way to catch up and enjoy the countryside ahead of the weekend.
Already own an e-mountain bike and wondering where to go next, then let us help you get the most of your day. One of the biggest challenges of owning an e-mountain bike is finding places to ride that offer enough variety, challenge and company. Over the last two years, we have mapped out several 40km plus routes with anything from 500m to over 1000m ascent, all with an hour from London.