Our guided E-bike tour is packed full of adventure and sights. We’ll take you on a journey through Midsomer Murder locations, famous TV sets and visit a local brewery. You’ll also have a chance to taste some of the local Chilterns produce during our lunch stop in a quintessential English pub or farm.

Taking in the lovely British countryside is easy on E-Bikes and there’s something for everyone on this tour.

Tour Details

Mark will meet you at Henley-on-Thames train station with your E-Bikes. From there he will guide you on a lovely route through local points of interest. Our first stop is at a working brewery to see how the beer is brewed from start to finish. Cycling culture is all about good coffee and cake so Mark will then take you to one of the best cafes in the area.

Continuing on the E-bikes, you’ll visit many of the classic Midsomer Murder TV locations. You’ll be able to take pictures from exact positions and places used in the programme as Mark knows all the locations! At lunchtime you’ll get to sample some local delights in a traditional English pub or farm. 

After lunch, we’ll cycle through the villages of Turville, most famous for the Vicar of Dibley and more recently Killing Eve, and Hambleden via the famous windmill from the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. We complete our tour by cycling back alongside the river where the famous Henley Regatta boat race is contested each year.

What’s Included

  • Pick up from Henley-on-Thames train station
  • E-Bike hire
  • Guided cycle tour with Mark
  • Coffee and cake stop
  • Lunch at an English pub or farm

Approximate Timings

10am        Mark will meet you at Henley-on-Thames train station and provide you with your E-Bike for the day

12.30pm        Lunch stop

2pm        Tour finishes back at Henley-on-Thames train station

 

Cost: £145 per person

Mark was instantly welcoming and friendly, everything was organised meticulously and on time! We covered a fair distance and Mark encouraged me to push past my imaginary fitness level! The E-bike certainly helped with this and assisted in getting up some of the Chiltern hills without the need for an oxygen tank at the top! I’d describe my fitness levels as fairly moderate, especially where cardio is concerned and the E-bike gave me the confidence to push on and do more! A million thanks Mark, you don’t know quite the difference you made today!
Phil Roehlich

First time on an E-bike

Dates available in December