Guided Ebike Trips

Explore the Cornwall and Devon Coast on Electric Bikes

I will guide you on a cycle ride around the beautiful coastal surroundings of North Cornwall and Devon. This area has a multitude of really incredible places which we will visit on our journey, all linked together on sleepy country lanes with very little traffic. This area is extremely beautiful but the terrain can be quite hilly, and this is where the electric bicycles come into their own. With an electric motor assisting while you pedal, we will be able to explore the area in maximum comfort, giving you more energy to take in the surroundings! Use the contact form below if you would like to book a tour.

20 miles / Medium Difficulty / 4-6 Hours

Hartland Quay & Welcombe

A 20 mile loop on the rugged Hartland Peninsula in North Devon, with the highlight being a trip to the village of Hartland Quay. Hartland Quay has a rich and fascinating history (which I know far too much about – my dad created the museum there!) with countless tales of shipwrecks and smuggling. If the weather allows we should have stunning views out to Lundy Island and down this spectacular coastline. We can also stop off at beautiful Welcombe Mouth – a remote beach only accessible via a bumpy lane – and the Old Smithy Inn for a drink. There is a 0.3 mile stretch on the A39, but the rest of the route is on quiet single track country lanes.

22 miles / Easy / 5-6 Hours

Clovelly & Rural North Devon

An adventure through North Devon’s sleepy country lanes out to the historic and photogenic village of Clovelly. Clovelly has to be seen to be believed – the car-free village with it’s cobbled streets spills out steeply into the Atlantic.It’s a pleasant cycle out there and the route is entirely on quiet back roads in a part of the county seldom seen by visitors. It’s pretty flat terrain and sheltered by the large hedges which makes for easy cycling. We can pass by the village of Woolfardisworthy along the way to stop at the Farmer’s Arms – which does great food and drinks.

8 – 16 miles / medium / 2-3 Hours

Morwenstow & Hawker’s Hut

A trip from my home village of Woolley out to the stunning cliffs of Morwenstow, including a walk out to Hawker’s Hut – a cabin built into the cliff face in the 1840’s out of shipwreck wood by our famous eccentric vicar. This route is all on quiet lanes. Just two steep hills and the rest is lovely and flat. We can stop at the rectory Tearooms for a Cornish Cream tea or at the 13th Century Bush Inn for a bite or drinks.

23 miles / Challenging / 4-6 hours

Bude & North Cornwall

A more challenging cycle along the North Cornwall coast from Morwenstow to the seaside town of Bude. We can stop off at a number of great spots along the way, including Hawker’s Hut, Duckpool beach and Stowe Woods. This route has a couple of very steep hills which require a good level of fitness even on the electric bikes, but the views are definitely worth it!