Inverness E-Bike Day Tour

Activity Overview

Explore the Inverness and Loch Ness Region by Mountain E-Bike

Explore awesome off-road bike trails with a highly experienced guide taking in the landsape of the Inverness and Loch Ness area, on terrain chosen to suit the group’s riding ability. Whether it’s flowy single tracks or bigger mountain riding, your guide will assist in finding the best trails for you to get the most out of our awesome Marin e-Bikes.

We can collect up to 8 people from a central Inverness Hotel at 10:00 AM, we’ll transport you to the chosen route, we’ll sort you out with the equipment you need, and then depart on your tour. You’ll be back at your accommodation by around 4:30 PM, later than day.

Discover the The Area Around the Highland Capital On Wheels

Discover the magic of the Inverness and Loch Ness region, with ancient forests, enchanting glens, and rugged mountain tracks. With the local knowledge of our expert bike guides, you’ll soon understand why so many people love exploring Inverness, Loch Ness, The Black Isle, or neighbouring Moray. What’s more you can go further and faster on our Marin E-Bikes.

Guided E-Bike Tours Tailored for Every Group

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie seeking single track technical trails or prefer something a bit more relaxed on easier-to-ride forest trails, our guided bike tours cater to all skill levels. From the breathtaking scenery around Loch Ness to the picturesque views of Strathconon, each ride is tailored to suit your aspirations for the day and your previous experience on bikes.

Enhance Your Skills or Simply Enjoy the Ride

Our seasoned guides are here to help you hone your riding techniques if that’s what you want, ensuring you respect the environment and other path users as you explore the area. Whether you aim to sharpen your skills or simply want to soak in the scenery on a guided ride, the choice is yours.

Sustainable and Respectful Riding

We like to take the time to emphasize good riding techniques that help leave the environment as we find it. Our commitment to sustainability ensures that you can enjoy the beauty of the countryside while minimising your impact. Respect for the land and fellow path users is at the heart of our ethos.

We also use environmentally friendly cleaning and maintenance products on our fleet of bikes helping us stay green.

An Unforgettable Experience Awaits

Let us take you to the hidden gems that you might find hard to find own your own but our locals guides know. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or a beginner, our tours promise to blow you away with the natural beauty and thrilling off-road trails in the area. Join us for an unforgettable mountain biking adventure. Book your ride today and experience the ultimate in Scottish mountain biking!

Inverness & Loch Ness
(Minimum) £420
<6.5 hours
March to October
16 Years


A good degree of cycling proficiency and fitness is recommended. These rides can be tailored to suit different levels of experience, but riders must be capable of riding a bike on off-road surfaces, albeit not necessarily on difficult terrain.

What to Bring Along

Appropriate cycling clothes, flat soled, grippy shoes, your own helmet (if you prefer that to using one of ours). Bring a packed lunch and water in a robust bottle and backpack. Be prepared for 4-seasons in one-day as can be the case in Scotland!

You are welcome to bring your own personal protection equipment if you would like to.

What’s Included

Marin E-bike, helmet, gloves and goggles (repair kit will travel with the guide).


Make a Booking

Private group bookings are subject to a minimum booking fee of £420 - if you are interested in a private booking please contact us.


A Guide to Midges in Scotland

If you’re planning to explore Scotland’s stunning landscapes this summer, it’s advised to take precautions against attracting midges and other insects. Learn where to expect them and how best to avoid getting bitten.

FAQS about Midges

What are midges? 

Small two-winged flies which often from swarms or clouds. There are a number of different species of midge, some of which partly feed off nectar in addition to the blood of animals and sometimes humans.

Which type of midge lives in Scotland?

The Highland midge. It’s found throughout the British isles, northern Europe and even northern China.

Are midges like mosquitos? 

No. While midges might look like mosquitos close up and suck blood, they are not mosquitos and do not spread malaria.

What do midge bites look like?

Small red dots which can develop into itchy, painful swellings and even blisters.

Are midge bites serious?

Midge bites are harmless but if the skin around the bite becomes broken it could become infected.

How do midges detect their prey? The midge locates its prey by picking up carbon dioxide exhaled into the atmosphere.

Did you know? Only the female midge bites!

Where are the midge hotspots Scotland?

The west of the Highlands, islands and parts of the Cairngorms. They are also found in Perthshire and Argyll.

At what time of day are midges most active?

At dawn or dusk. They also like damp, clammy days with overcast skies and little wind.

At what time of year are midges most common? 

From May to October.

Where are midges found?

Midges love humid and damp conditions as well as shady spots. Marshlands, grasslands, forests and woodlands, the banks of rivers, ponds and lochs; all are magnets for midges.

At what time of day are midges most active?

At dawn or dusk. They also like damp, clammy days with overcast skies and little wind.

What can you do about them?

We advise buy a midge-head net and possibly buy some insect repellent too, e.g. check the Smidge website.  Midges won’t generally bother you during activities, but if they are around, you may bump into them if you are standing waiting, changing clothes, or resting during an activity.

Participation in In Your Element outdoor activities carries a small risk of injury.  That is unavoidable and something that all participants must accept prior to booking. Although we put a number of measures in place to protect customers, you might still twist your ankle or fall of your bike.

As a company we take a number of steps to minimise the risk of injury to our staff and customers:

  • Our instructors and guides are all fully-trained in the activities they are delivering, and must undergo not only activity-specific training, but also venue-specific training.
  • In Your Element has a comprehensive Safety Procedures and Risk Assessment Document, which is updated on an ongoing basis and audited externally by the activty licencing authority.
  • All our instructors are first-aid trained.
  • Prior to all activity sessions, participants are given a safety briefing and where required, coaching.
  • If weather is looking rubbish, we’ll consider the resulting risk of continnuing with an activity session.
  • We have industry-leading liability insurance should a serious injury ever occur.

In Your Element has an excellent record for safety, so you should feel assured that you are in good hands,  If you do sprain your ankle or get a scrape or 2, we’ll be able to help out where required. However, the odd minor bump or bruise is often a sign that you’ve had a great time and shouldn’t be anything to worry about.

We offer a several activities and have a variety of booking terms in conditions.  You will be given the opportunity to read these prior to booking, so please take the time to do that so you know what’s what.

In general though:

  • You have up until 48 hours before booking to cancel a scheduled activity session that is booked online – this might be TreeZone, a canoe tour, archery or axe-throwing session.
  • For private group bookings, the cut-off point for a refund is 4 weeks prior to the booking date unless we can find replacement business.  There are some extenuating circumstances, but you should bear this in mind when booking.
  • Multi-day Adventuers Holiday typically have a cut-off point of 6 weeks prior to the booking date.


One of the great things about Scotland is that it rains regularly.  That means we don’t often have water shortages like some other countries!

So, it it’s raining all you need to do is bring a waterproof coat.  It might be worth bringing a change of clothes for afterwards if your legs and feet get wet.

We’ll only cancel an activity session when we feel it will be dangerous to continue.  Think flooded river gorges or swollen rivers.  We might also cancel if there is thunder and lightning forecast or strong winds.  If there are blizzards on the way, that sometimes causes issues too!

Safety is always out first priority, so if we think there is a risk, we will cancel and refund your booking or offer you the chance to reschedule.

So, in short…. remember your waterproof and embrace the precipitation!

Generally speaking, you won’t need any specialist clothing or equipment, but where you do, we will provide it for you.

As a rule of thumb, wear clothing suitable for outdoor activity.

  • So, ideally synthetic/ sporty/ merino clothing, but not cotton/ denim as it stays wet if it gets wet.  Think layers – so you can add or remove as required.
  • Remember to bring waterproofs – it is Scotland afterall.
  • Hats for the cold or the sun.
  • Shades so you look good!
  • Suitable shoes – ideally robust outdoorsy trainers or boots.
  • You might want to bring a midge head net (mainly for late June, to early September).  You won’t always need one of these but they can save the day sometimes.
  • For water-based activities, bring a towel.
  • Water bottle and a snack.

If there’s anything else you need on the day we will let you know when you book.

As a mobile activity company, In Your Element is in the enviable position of being able to offer activity experiences just about anywhere across Scotland.

Although there are a large number of scheduled activity sessions in fixed locations at fixed times we can also offer tailor-made experiences at many other venues and locations.

Our Main Activity Locations are:

  • Aviemore
  • Inverness & Loch Ness
  • Fort William
  • Loch Lomond (Including Forest Holidays Argyll & Forest Holidays Strathyre)
  • Loch Tay Highland Lodges

If you’re not intending to visit one of the areas mentioned, don’t despair. As a mobile activity company, we may be able to bring an activity to a location near you.

We know of lots of venues across Scotland but can also come to your exclusive use venue or accommodation if there are suitable grounds, perhaps use a park nearby or even your garden.

If you have an event in mind and are looking for group activities, get in touch and we can advise on the what, where, and how.

Medical Conditions

We are not able to give medical advice so we recommend checking with your doctor before you book.

I live with a disability. Will I still be able to take part?”

That depends a lot on the type and severity of the disability you live with.  We will always try our best to accommodate people and so far we have had an amazing variety of people who have successfully participated in many of our activities. However, if you are at all unsure, it is best to get in touch before coming along, to discuss things in more detail.

TreeZone Treetop Adventures

We have some more information for you at our Aviemore and Loch Lomond courses, and if you want to come and have a look around before you book to get a clearer idea of what TreeZone entails, then pop in and we’ll happily show you around and discuss your needs.

Alternatively, contact us to chat with us.

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