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E-Bike Rentals in Scotland
For an easier way to explore the great outdoors in Mallaig, Morar, Arisaig, and Armadale — local route advice is available and we will be happy to help you to plan your adventure.
All bikes are powered by a Bosch Drive Unit, with a Bosch PowerPack 500, Suntour suspension fork, grippy and comfortable Schwalbe 2.6 inch tyres, Shimano Deore 10 speed transmission puts a gear for any eventuality at your fingertips, and powerful Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes ensure that you’re always in control.
With a speed of 15 miles per hour and a massive 70-mile range, this bike will get you wherever you want to go.
All safety equipment is provided and child seats are available for those with young children.
Late returns will be charged at the hourly rate.
Arisaig is a small village 8.9 miles from Mallaig.
With a Spar, Restaurant, Hotel and Marina.
The best route is the old cost road B8008 passing white sands of Morar, Camusdarach and Traigh Golf Club.
Leaving Mallaig there is a cycle path all the way to Morar. You can continue on the main road for a sort distance and take the right turn onto the B8008 or you could turn left to Morar going through the village over the level crossing and come out opposite the B8008 avoiding the main road.
Sleat Point is the lighthouse on Skye that you can see across from the Mallaig and Arisaig coastline.
There is a remote sandy beach and a chance of seeing Minke Whales just off the coast towards Eigg.
Take the Ferry from Mallaig to Armadale and take the first left onto Newton Bank Road.
Just follow the road to the end.
Go through Arisaig village and take a left to Rhu at the Visitor Centre. This is a very quiet road along the side of Loch Na Ceall.
At the end of the road is entrance to Loch Na Ceall looking out to the skerries (sand beaches only visible at low tide) and the isles of Muck, Eigg and Rum.
Glenuig is a remote village with a good hotel restaurant to aim for.
A good cycle lane will take you almost to(o) Beasdale from Arisaig on the B830. It’s only a couple of miles from there to Lochailort, were you will take a left just before the Lochailort Inn onto the A861.
Follow this road all the way to Glenuig Hotel.
Loch Morar is the deepest Loch in Europe, home to Morag sister to the Loch Ness Monster.
A very quiet road running along side the loch.
A good cycle track all the way from Mallaig to Morar village. Go through the village , over the level crossing and take the first left after about 1 mile.
At the road end for the more adventurous you can follow the dirt track all the way to Tarbet were the Western Isles Ferry will collect you at 15:30 Mon to Fri, April to Sep and bring you back to Mallaig.
The dirt track is an extra 7.5 miles. The ferry will cost you £15 per adult and £5 per Electric Bike.
Kinloid is an off road route. You can take the coastal road B8008 or you can stay on the main road A830 and take the left turn before Arisaig to Kinloid. A good tar mac road will take you to the farm and campsite at Kinloid. Carry on through the farm onto the dirt track.
A good tar mac road will take you to farm and camp site at Kinloid. Carry on through the farm onto the dirt track.
Keep going until you reach the gate to cross the train track. Be very careful crossing and close the gates behind you.
You can then take the track all they way to Loch Morar. Not too difficult and really beautiful scenery.