3 PEAKS BY BIKE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW FIT DO I NEED TO BE?
Individually each mountain & each day is achievable for anyone of good fitness. However you will be on the go for 11 consecutive days. So you should be in very good fitness by the time of the event.
A 12 week training plan is provided for this event as well as a training day 6 weeks before the event.
You can expect to be on the bike for up to 8hours per day.
For the mountain legs you can expect to be walking for 5 - 8 hours
You should have experience of mountain / cycling days of this length
ARE UNDER 18'S WELCOME
Not on this event unfortunately
WHAT SHOULD I BRING WITH ME?
You will receive a detailed kit lit will be sent with your event information pack. If you think you may need additional kit contact us for great rental rates and discounted sales.
You will need to bring day hiking kit & day cycling kit. For the hikes and some remote cycling legs without access to the support vehicle you will need to carry a small amount of kit with you.
As well as an overnight bag with casual clothes.
Please keep in mind whilst packing there will be limited space in the Support vehicle.
WHERE DO I MEET YOU?
Meet us in Fort William for a briefing and detailed event briefing.
2 transfer options included:
Chester train station
Ask at us at time of booking for bespoke transfers almost anywhere in the country
DO YOU DO OTHER MOUNTAIN EVENTS?
Yes! you can search all of our hiking * hiking events here
We operate single day hiking tours in Dartmoor, Exmoor, Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia & Scotland. We are also happy to arrange bespoke days elsewhere in the UK.
Our Weekend Warrior challenge packages ensure a jammed packed weekend. With most transfers included allowing you to leave work Friday and be back for Monday morning
We also operate Challenge Events for small groups across the UK. From crossing the Coast to Coast challenges &Trans National Park Challenges
Please note! We aim to be able to operate european tours as soon as the world returns to some form of post covid normality