E-BIKE GUIDED RIDES

E-bike guided rides in the Peak District and Lake District National Parks.

E-Bike Guided Rides

Whats Included:

  • Full Day Guided Ride

  • Tea, Coffee and Cake at the end of the ride

£30 per Rider for a full day guided ride

 

Minimum 3 people, Maximum 8 people

Whats not Included:

  • Accommodation

  • Travel Costs

  • Lunch

  • Bike Hire (We can arrange this at an extra cost)

E-bikes give you a new way to explore the trails and areas in some of the most beautiful riding spots in the UK.

At WeRide our local guides have years of riding experience so they can lead you the best trails on both climbs and descents in the Peak District and Lake District National Parks.

With e-bikes comes a new found love of technical climbs, the pedal assist allowing you to enjoy the climbs when once they were just a means to getting to the top. The descents are just as much fun on an e-bike with the ability to smooth out the roughest descents and guaranteed smile on your face and ready for the next climb.

If you need to hire a mountain bike, we've got you covered. We have partnered with Bike Garage situated in the Hope Valley for rental e-bikes from Trek, at an additional cost. Let us know your requirements and we'll arrange the rest. 

17928381127436357.jpg

Peak District

Name: Hope Valley Hop

DATE: Saturday 19th March 2022

Start: 9:30am

Grade:             Please read our Ride Gradings for full details

Distance: 35k approx

Duration: 4hr to 5.5hr depending on riding speed, mechanicals and stops

Ascent: 1,073m approx

Descent: 1,073m approx

Max Elevation: 413m Approx

Our start and end point will be Hope village in the Hope Valley. We will head out onto the trails towards Thornhill, the first climb heading up towards Stanage Edge, up on to Bamford Moor and down through the plantation, before turning towards the Derwent Valley.

 

We'll follow the trails along Ladybower Reservoir before crossing Snake Pass and heading up to Bridge-end Pasture. Our next descent is a Peak District classic, descending through woodland on a rocky technical trail.

With a final climb and descent remaining between us and a hot drink & cake, we will descend the old roman road back to Hope.

This ride is for e-bikes only, if you don't have an e-bike then we can arrange the hire of a bike from you from one of our partners at an extra cost.

 

 

Screenshot 2021-11-23 at 14.19.05.png

Peak District

Name: Hayfield Hauler

Date: Sunday 22nd May 2022

Start: 9:30am

Grade:             Please read our Ride Gradings for full details

Distance: 34k approx

Duration: 3hr to 5hr depending on riding speed, mechanicals and stops

Ascent: 1,136m approx

Descent: 1,136m approx

Max Elevation: 537m approx

 

This Peak District classic starts from just outside the village of Hayfield. We will head out to or first climb up to the famous Kinder Plateau. From there we will descend the equally famous Jacob's Ladder, before making our way towards Edale.

 

Riding under the Iron Age hillfort of Mam Tor taking in the views, we make our way down towards the penultimate descent. The final climbs are great fun on an e-bike and final singletrack descent back into the village of Hayfield is exhilarating. You'll be ready for a well earned drink at one of the cosy pubs nestled in the village.

This ride is for e-bikes only, if you don't have an e-bike then we can arrange the hire of a bike from you from one of our partners at an extra cost.

Screenshot 2021-11-23 at 14.05.26.png
IMG_9970.jpg
IMG_1214.JPG

Lake District

Name: Rivers and Passes

Date: TBC

Start: 9:30am

Grade:             Please read our Ride Gradings for full details

Distance: 30k approx

Duration: 4hr to 5.5hr depending on riding speed, mechanicals and stops

Ascent: 1,178m approx

Descent: 1,178m approx

 

 

 

This ride takes in some absolute classic Lakeland passes which means tackling some tough climbs and awesome technical descents. From our starting point at Staveley we head out along the valley before starting the first climb of the day up onto the green quarter.  

The first descent is short and a great warm up for what is to come, as we head for the next big climb of the day further along the valley. After passing a number of waterfalls we reach the start of the climb up to the top of the pass and an unforgettable descent.

The views on this ride are stunning and the riding is true Lakland style with plenty of rocks, wide bridleways and narrow singletrack.

This ride is for e-bikes only, if you don't have an e-bike then we can arrange the hire of a bike from you from one of our partners at an extra cost.

 

 

Screenshot 2021-11-23 at 13.36.32.png