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[column col=”1/2″] The Electric Bicycle Network has now come to Britain’s highest mountain range, biggest native forests, spectacularly clean rivers and lochs sitting alongside moorland and farmland which provide a stronghold for Britain’s wildlife. Thanks to Natural Scotland, Sustrans and the Cairngorms National Park Authority you can now more easily explore this wonderful landscape and natural scenes on an electric bike. There are 29 hire and charge points to date in the Aviemore and Newtonmore area and the Deeside, Braemar and Tomintoul area. An official launch will be taking place in early July. The network has been designed to enable those who might not otherwise get on a bicycle, to enjoy cycling for leisure supported by the subtle but powerful assist of an electric bicycle. [/column] [column col=”1/2″ last=”true”] Electric Bikes in the Cairngorms [space height=”10″] Electric Bikes in the Cairngorms [/column] A treasure trove of natural wonders await…… For more information about the new network visit: Cairngorms National Park Electric Bike Network [space height=”20″]

Explore the Cairngorms on an electric bike

[space height=”20″] [tab] [tab_item title=”The Cairngorms Network”] The Cairngorms Electric Bicycle Network 2013 is made up of bike hire points and charging points, plus scenic cycle routes linking beautiful locations with quality places to stay, eat and drink. To hire a bike call one of the hire points listed in this guide: Electric Bike Network Cairngorms Guide Electric Bike Network in the Cairngorms For more information about the network visit: Electric Bike Network, Cairngorms [/tab_item] [tab_item title=”Where to stay”] Visit our Cairngorms National Park page to find Where to stay and Things to do. Where to stay in the Cairngorms [/tab_item] [/tab] [space height=”20″]