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Biking Tours in Scotland


  • Complete the Great Glen Way, a classic long-distance route, by bike
  • Pedal the charming lochs and glens of the Trossachs National Park 
  • Take on a coast to coast mountain biking journey from Fort William to the east coast
  • Cycle the quintessential Perthshire landscape visiting castles along the way

Experience all that Scotland has to offer on a Macs Adventure biking tour. Our biking tours in Scotland travel along quiet roads and traffic-free bike paths past awe-inspiring scenery. As you bike through the wild Scottish landscape you'll have time to meet the locals, discover their history and even enjoy the delightful, local, food and drink. For inspiration and information check out our online cycling holiday guide.

Our range of biking tours in Scotland, includes touring trips and mountain biking routes along with the possibility of e-bike and road bike hire on a select number of our trips. We use largely quiet country roads and traffic-free cycle routes allowing you to explore treasures like the Great Glen Cycleway from Fort William to Inverness tracing the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness. Whichever you choose, you can be sure of leaving Scotland with memories of a lifetime.

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  • Best Time to Visit Scotland

    The seasons in Scotland vary greatly, which can be one of the many reasons to visit again and again, as they all provide their own beauty and spectacle. Although Scotland isn’t blessed with year-round sunshine its climate is (surprisingly) moderate. At Macs Adventure, we offer biking tours from March through to October when the weather is most kind.


    Known as the most predictable time weather-wise, as rainfall is generally at it's lowest. You can expect average maximum temperatures to range from approximately 7°C (45°F) to 13 °C (55°F) during the months of March, April and May. This is the most popular time for active vacations in Scotland, so early booking is recommended.


    June, July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with average maximum temperatures ranging from approximately 15°C (59°F) to 17°C (63 °F). This time of year is great for biking the Scottish islands as you will have plenty hours of daylight allowing you to make the most of your days in the saddle.


    September and October are up there with our favorite times to explore Scotland, the scenery is a delight with warm gold and bronze hues, as the leaves and grass change color. The autumn light is warmer, perfect for those interested in photography. Not to mention the crisp fresh air – dreamy! Our cycling trips on the Castle Trail or in the Lochs & Glens of the Trossachs National Park are wonderful at this time of year. 

    Best Time to Visit Scotland
  • E-Biking Tours in Scotland

    Fancy a biking tour in Scotland, but not sure if your legs are up to tackling some of the larger hills or steeper ascents? Or simply fancy taking it a little easier - you are on vacation after-all! Then opting for e-bike hire is for you.

    We offer a range of biking tours in Scotland where e-bike hire is possible. By no means "cheating" the e-bike is a great tool for helping you feel confident on some longer or hillier days you may otherwise not feel sure about. You'll still be pedaling the entire time but the electric rechargeable battery is there to give you a boost when you need it, you can switch between assist levels as you go. So why not relax, and enjoy the view as you embark on a Macs Adventure biking tour. Make sure to get your request in quickly as there limited e-bikes available, and they are only becoming more and more popular.  

    E-Biking Tours in Scotland
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    On your Scottish cycling holiday make sure not to miss these amazing experiences along the way. 

    Ride through Rob Roy's stomping grounds

    Discover the Trossachs National Park and Perthshire on our Scotland's Lochs & Glens cycling trip. Begin at Loch Katrine, near the birthplace of Scottish folklore legend Rob Roy MacGregor and make your way north east into Perthshire, stopping to visit Dunkeld cathedral, the Falls of Dochart in Killin and perhaps a visit to Scotland's smallest distillery of Edradour in Pitlochry. 

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