TrailCoach offers mountain bike coaching and guided rides for riders of all abilities on Scotland’s world-acclaimed trails.
We boast a team of specialists from various disciplines so that we can offer MTB tuition and guided riding to suit your needs. We like to have fun on our bikes – and we want you to have fun too!
TrailCoach founder Ramsay has many years of MTB experience riding and exploring the wonderful trails of Scotland, as well as riding across the UK and Europe.
He has raced at international level in the Enduro World Series (EWS) and regularly competes in the Scottish Enduro Series (SES).
He is a Level 3 Mountain Bike Leader (British Cycling) and GoMTB coach (Cycling Scotland) with Outdoor First Aid training, and is PVG-checked.
Gregor is our race-craft coach, specialising in the fine details of going faster on a bike – he has in-depth knowledge of performance coaching and nutrition. He is also a qualified guide (UKMBLA L2 & TTL) and loves to explore on two wheels.
He is currently studying for a Physiotherapy Degree at QMU after achieving his Coaching & Developing Sport (HND) at the highly-acclaimed BASE College in the Scottish Borders, where he elected to specialise in Mountain Biking Performance.
He regularly competes at Enduro events, some highlights include: placing 2nd overall in the Scottish Enduro Series (Junior, 2017) and 2nd at the Scottish Enduro Championships (Junior, 2017) with numerous victories in regional races and some experience racing at international level.
Eilidh loves bikes and is a real people person. She has a wealth of experience working with both adults and kids, as well as cycling with the disabled.
She’s cycled all over the world, most notably India and Brazil, and has endured many a shift as a rickshaw driver. If you are in Glasgow, you may spot her cycling her cargo trike around the city.
She has many cycling qualifications including Cycle Ride Leader, Cycle Trainer, Essential Cycling Skills, Play on Pedals, First Aid, Mental Health First Aid, Treating Generalised Anxiety & Panic Attacks.
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