Important Forms to be Completed

To ensure there are no delays or problems when you start your journey with us, it is important that the following three forms are completed and returned to us before you come to our workshop.

If you are coming on a Highland or Iberian Scramble but bringing your own bike, you only need to complete the Highland Scramble – Waiver of Liability

If you are coming on Highland or Iberian Scramble and hiring a bike or a doing a self-guided hire, you will need to complete all three forms:

Form 1 – Bikerbnb Rental Rider Terms and Conditions

1. Parking: Rental riders understand that Bikerbnb rental bikes must not be parked on the street in city centres. Bikes must be parked in secure parking blocks or locked garages, with provided security device and steering lock on.

2. Theft: Bikerbnb’s commercial hire insurance coverage prohibits riders from parking motorcycles on surface streets in city centres like Edinburgh and Glasgow. Rental riders acknowledge that parking a rental motorcycle on a busy street in urban areas significantly increases the likelihood of theft. Should a rental rider choose to park in a high-risk area with full awareness of the potential risks, they will assume full liability for any resulting theft and will be held responsible for the cost of replacing the bike if it stolen and any costs associated with the recovery / repair of the machine.

3. Tracking: Rental riders are aware that rental bikes are fitted with GPS trackers and Bikerbnb can monitor rider locations, speeds and distance travelled. These trackers are used primarily for riders’ safety in the unfortunate event of an accident or breakdown.
These trackers provide Bikerbnb with key data about the bike, and this extends to parking in high-risk areas that are ‘ring fenced’. Therefore, Bikerbnb will automatically be alerted when a bike is parked in a high-risk area and rental riders will be asked to move the bike to a secure lock-up at their expense.

4. Fuel: Rental riders understand that Bikerbnb bikes are sent out with a full fuel tank and must be returned full. Extra charges for staff time plus fuel will apply if the bike is not returned with a full tank of fuel. Staff time will be a cost of £15 per bike plus the fuel charge.

5. Return: Bikerbnb requests bikes to be returned to agreed location by 5pm. Any late returns will be charged a fee of £50 per hour, per bike.

6. Damage: The renter must return the motorcycle in the same condition that they received it, except for normal wear and tear. The renter will be responsible for all costs, up to £1500 of damage to the motorcycle. Additionally, responsibility for damage includes the following conditions:
a. Damage caused by anyone who is not an authorised renter as specified by our agreement, or by anyone whose motorcycle driving license is suspended in any jurisdiction.
b. Damage caused by anyone under the influence of prescription or non-prescription drugs or alcohol.
c. Damage caused by anyone who obtained the motorcycle or extended the rental period by giving us false, fraudulent, or misleading information.
d. Damage caused while pushing or towing anything, or in any race, speed test, or contest, or while teaching anyone to ride a motorcycle.
e. Damage caused when the motorcycle is used for riding off-road or on unpaved surfaces without clear, written prior approval from us.
f. Damage caused while carrying dangerous or hazardous items or illegal material in or on the motorcycle.
g. Damage caused when the motorcycle’s fluid levels are low, or it is otherwise reasonable to expect you to know that further operation would damage the motorcycle.
h. Damage caused because of the renter's willful, wanton, or reckless act.

7. Parking and Speeding Fines: The renter assumes full responsibility for any parking or speeding fines incurred during the rental period. The renter agrees to promptly pay any fines received. In the event that Bikerbnb is notified of any parking or speeding fines, Bikerbnb reserves the right to charge the renter for any associated administrative fees. Bikerbnb is not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the renter's failure to comply with traffic regulations or parking restrictions.

8. Mileage: We operate a fair-use mileage policy. If you intend to exceed 200 miles per day (on average over the term of your rental) you must inform us in advance to avoid any additional mileage charges (at 60p per mile).

By signing below, the rental rider acknowledges and agrees to the terms and conditions here:

Form 2 – Highland Scramble – Waiver of Liability

When undersigned below, this document shall have effect in relation to the liability of Highland Scramble Limited (SC684387) and Bikerbnb Limited (SC684387), companies incorporated and registered in Scotland, whose address is Reelig Wood Croft, Newtonhill, Lentran, Inverness, IV3 8RN (hereafter ‘we’/’our’/’us’). This document forms part of our agreement with you, together with our terms and conditions of booking, whenever you register onto one of our Highland Scramble tours or events.
Voluntary participation. You acknowledge and agree that your participation in our events is on a voluntary basis and at your own risk. You do not have to sign this waiver, but you may not be able to join our events if you do not.
Voluntary assumption of risk. Every motoring activity carries with it a risk or personal injury or death, especially when undertaken on the public highway. By participating in one of our guided ride motorcycle events, you hereby acknowledge, understand and accept this risk of personal injury or death, including in circumstances where such harm could arise through no fault of your own.

General Safety

Responsibility for your own driving and conduct. You accept that you are wholly and exclusively responsible for your own riding and safety whilst on public roads. You must not exceed your own abilities or take any action which may put yourself or other road users in danger. You must at all times ride within the safe limitations of your skill level and the road conditions. If you feel that you are riding above your limits it is your responsibility to acknowledge this and adjust your riding accordingly, notwithstanding the actions of any other event participants or staff.
Your vehicle. If bringing your own vehicle, you hereby represent and warrant that you are the owner of the vehicle or permitted to use it for such purpose by the owner, that the vehicle is road legal, fully functioning and in a roadworthy condition, and that it has a current and valid MOT (if required by law), tax and motor insurance effective in the United Kingdom. You must bring your driving licence with you as well as a copy of your recent MOT test certificate (if applicable), and proof of tax and motor insurance.
Fitness to ride. You represent and warrant that you are healthy, licensed, fit and competent to ride, and that you do not have any health condition which may impair your ability to ride safely.
Alcohol and drugs. You must not drive any motor vehicle at one of our events whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Protective clothing. You must at all times when riding a motorcycle during one of our events wear road legal protective clothing, including, without limitation, helmet, footwear, gloves, jacket and trousers.
Highway Code. You undertake to abide at all times with all laws and regulations effective in the United Kingdom, and to comply with the provisions of the Highway Code when on the public highway.
Your property. You shall have sole responsibility for your own property and belongings when participating in one of our events and we do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to your property. It is your sole responsibility to make arrangements for security and adequate insurance coverage on all valuable items you wish to bring prior to arrival at one of our events.


It is impossible to run group events of any size without encountering the risk of coronavirus infection. You acknowledge the contagious and harmful nature of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 virus and accept the risk of infection that may arise on one of our events if you have not received a vaccine. If you decide to attend one of our events without having received a coronavirus vaccine, you agree that we shall not under any circumstances be responsible to you for any harm suffered as a result.
You agree to comply at all times with the social distancing and other safety measures put in place by our staff and to comply with all instructions given in relation to safety precautions.
You acknowledge that there is a risk of cancellation of any events if we consider the risk of infection to have substantially increased, for example, if participants begin to display symptoms of coronavirus.


Exclusion. We do not exclude liability caused by our negligence, or any other liability that would be unlawful to exclude. Subject to the aforesaid, we shall not under any circumstances whatsoever be liable to you or to any connected third party for any death, personal injury or other harm sustained by you (except through our negligence), or any loss or damage to property.
Waiver. You hereby irrevocably waive your right to make claims against us for any death, personal injury (except through our negligence) or loss or damage to property arising out of or in connection with any of our events that you participate in, whether existing or yet to arise, and whether or not known at the time of signing this document.
Indemnity. You hereby hold harmless and indemnity us from and against any claims, liabilities, losses, costs (including professional and legal costs) or expenses suffered or incurred by us arising out of or in connection with or relating to any breach by you of this document or our terms or conditions of booking, any breach by you of any laws or regulations in force in Scotland from time to time, any failure to comply with the instructions of our staff, and any death or personal injury (except through our negligence) sustained during one of our events.

Form 3 – Motorcycle Hire Declaration

Riding Experience

Would you characterise yourself as an experienced rider? Do you own a motorcycle? How frequently do you ride a motorcycle? Where do you usually ride? Have you had any significant breaks from motorcycling since obtaining your license? Have you ridden in the UK before? Please provide some background about your motorcycling experience so we can determine if you are a good fit for hiring and riding a motorcycle on public roads in the UK.

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