North Coast 500


bespoke guided rides

pie is a cycling events company delivering amazing bespoke bike rides throughout the UK and Europe. We create, develop, manage, operate and deliver fully supported guided group cycling trips for companies, charities and groups of individuals.  All to your specific brief.

This four day ride incorporates two iconic capital cities with an overnight ferry in between. Choice of daily routes.


5 – 7 days guided ride options available

Ride approx. 500miles/800kms & 9,000m ascent

Full support crew


The NC 500 starts in Inverness weaves along the west coast to Applecross and then northwards towards the towns of Torridon, Gairloch and Ullapool The route will pass several picturesque Lochs on quiet Scottish roads The hills keep coming as you head north and hit the town of Durness.

From there, you’ll venture to some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, passing Caithness and John O’Groats, taking an obligatory photo at the northern most point in the UK, before heading south again through Dingwall and finally back to Inverness

More Information

Interested? Please contact us for more details. Call 01932 460090 or email and download the event summary sheet.


pie delivers fully supported bespoke guided rides throughout the UK and Europe for the discerning cyclist.

Every ride is designed completely to your needs so your cyclists, no matter what standard they are, will have a fabulous time.

We’re known for our efficiency, integrity, and our passion to get it right. From your 1st contact with us, to the last cyclist’s arrival, we will make your event as effortless and awesome as possible.

Your cyclists will be led in small groups of similar standards by our team of amazing guides on bikes who are in turn supported by our experienced crew of tour leaders and medics.

The end result is stunning scenery, challenging ascents, incredible descents, perfect hotels, great food, like minded company.

In short, an amazing ride.

Header image: “The North Coast 500 between Strathy and Melvich” by Peter Moore, licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0/cropped from original.

Download the Summary Sheet for more details