Take it EZ
Scotland’s capital Edinburgh is one of the most unique and beautiful cities in Europe. We caught up with Edinburgh’s top electric bike tour company, EZ Bike Tours, to learn a little more about their services and how they’re dealing with tier three restrictions.
Many of us will have to stay home this holiday season. And even though Winter is approaching, it doesn’t mean you have to stay cooped up inside. Instead, plan a fun-filled staycation and visit a local electric bike rental fleet in your neighbourhood.
For those who live, or are lucky enough to visit Edinburgh, give EZ Bike Tours a call
EZ Bike Tours offices in Edinburgh, Scotland.
EZ Bike Tours have been coined Edinburgh’s best electric bike tour company. And for good reason!
The team offers a variety of electric bike tours, including a Coastal Ebike Tour and Inner City Ebike Tour.
The Coastal Tour
EZ Bike Tours’ Coastal Tour is family friendly and a wonderful way to see the natural part of Scotland’s capital. The tour takes between 4 to 5 hours, and riders can choose between a RadRunner or RadWagon.
Your guide will take you through Silverknowes Esplanade, a scenic and tranquil ride with great views of the Forth to Fife. Riding through Crammond, you will cycle through Dalmenny Estate, home of Earl and Countess of Rosebury.
The City Tour
Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world. And the best way to explore this city is by bike!
EZ Bike Tours inner city tour takes place at 11am from Tuesday to Friday, and lasts between 3 to 4 hours.
Your guide will take you on the quiet cycle lanes through The New Town, Old Town, past Palace and Parliament Arthur’s Seat, Grassmarket, The Meadows and up Carlton Hill.
EZ Bike Tours are equipped to keeping you Riding Rad with the whole family.
Is EZ Bike Tours still operating during the pandemic?
“We will not be shut during this pandemic”, says Carol Harris, one of EZ Bike Tours’ tour operators. “We are open for fun, fresh air and social distancing - even through the winter months. These bikes are a wonderful escape. We have 14 bikes and can take up to 7 children/infants on a tour.”
Carol has lived in Edinburgh for most of her life, and has been riding Rad for almost three years.
Carol Harris giving a tour on the RadRunner in front of Edinburgh Castle.
Getting outside -- in bad times and good -- is one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself. It doesn’t just boost your health, it also helps lift your mood and relieve stress.
With that in mind, it's no surprise that people everywhere are turning to electric bikes to help them navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.