Scottish Mountain / Road Bike Transport

Transportation for up to 16 Passengers and Bikes

Taxisaver has many years experience transporting our customers and their bikes all over Scotland. We are the only taxi company to invest in larger vehicles and trailers for this purpose.

  • Our customers request it
  • we meet the challenge

Whether arriving by plane, train or bus, Taxisaver can meet, greet and transport you to the destination of your choice.

We cater for the smallest transportation requirements all the way up to transportation throughout Scotland and indeed the UK. From our base in Inverness, we regularly transport our customers and bikes to all the great trails and road routes throughout the Highlands.

Heading North – the stunning Black Isle and forest tracks, the tough and demanding Highland wild cat trails, the popular John O Groats to Inverness road cycle and the biggie, John O Groats to Land ends road trail.

Heading West – Doesn’t get much better than this! The Great Glen Way road and forest trail. The Abriachan trail skirting along the banks of Loch Ness (great for beginners and the enthusiasts alike). Fort William to Inverness road cycle, down through Lochaber along the banks of Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. Pretty Special!

Fort William mountain bike trails (too many to mention) but home to some of the most spectacular off road tracks in the world and hosting some of the the top track championships in the world. Fort William caters to every level of cyclists, both amateur and professional – off road and on road.

Ardgour – Loch Shiel – think Braveheart and you get the picture. Sprawling glens mountains and spectacular wildlife and the terrain is as tough as you want to make it. A challenging 60 mile course in the heart of Clan MacDonald, a mountain bikers dream and the road trip is awesome too.

Heading South – 45 minutes south of Inverness, nestling in the beautiful Cairngorms, we have many of the best, most active off road tracks in Scotland.

Aviemore – Rothiemurchus
Pass of Ryvoan – Aviemore
Rothiemurchus – Glenfeshie
The Gaik Pass – Kingussie

and many more trails, catering to all levels of cyclist, both off road and on road.

For further bike trail information visit active.visitscotland.com

Please contact us on the information/contact form above, with any enquiries you may have.