Strathardle and Glenshee have a number of minor roads and off-road tracks which are pleasant for cycle touring.
The usually quiet A924 leads out of Strathardle and over the hill to Pitlochry and the A9 corridor, while the unclassified roads to the east of the A93 provide relatively car-free access to Glenisla and Strathmore.
For those who are interested in off-road track cycling, there are a number of routes in the Forestry Commission managed Blackcraig and Kindrogan Forests. Blackcraig Forest, which is accessed from Bridge of Cally, provides 26 miles of trails on the western slopes of Strathardle and the plateau beyond. Kindrogan Forest, which is accessed from Enochdhu, offers a shorter but nevertheless aerobic and exhilarating round route.
Although sections of the Cateran Trail (e.g. Bridge of Cally to Blackcraig, Kirkmichael to Enochdhu) are accessible on bike, a number of sections are not suitable for cycle access.
For a more rugged cycling experience, the area also provides many opportunities for Mountain biking.