Scotland has to rank as one of the real contenders for a truly great biking country. Amazing scenery. Diverse countryside. Literally thousands of miles of quiet yet stunning roads. The weather is not always great but the ride and your visit will make it well worth it. That is a promise.
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Dumfries & Galloway and Ayrshire - wide open and remote spaces, hundreds of miles of quiet roads. Stunning scenery and awesome roads!
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The Scottish Borders and Lothians - Remote areas, stunning back roads and one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world – Edinburgh. Fantastic motorcycling country.
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Central Scotland; Great roads, great places to visit with majestic glens, forests, lochs, colourful fishing villages and a day (or night) in Scotland's city of style - Glasgow. Simply fantastic.
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Speyside, Tayside and everywhere in between. This is whisky country, plain and simple and every motorcyclist will give you his very own whisky trail. Grab a map and start creating your own.
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The Scottish Highlands; a most beautiful, inspiring and truly stunning region of ancient landscapes! Beautiful scenery comes as standard up here, the rest is your to explore and discover at your own pace.
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Without doubt Scotland must rank amongst one of the very top motorcycle touring destinations in the world. It has everything. Great roads! Amazing scenery! Ever-changing geography!

That’s before you mention the friendly people, the whisky, castles, rich history and amazing places to stay. If you are a passionate biker and intend coming to, or are already in Scotland, then this is the site for you.

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So, I'm coming up to visit 1st Week in June. I've planned my route based on campsites with pubs attached :). Loch Lomond first then up to Loch Ness, North west to Clachtoll, then down the coast to Gruinard Bay, Applecross, Then Dunvegan followed by a night to dry out in Edinburgh. Tank range on my bike is somewhere between 170 & 200 miles, am I going to have any problems finding places to fill up and are there any absolutely must visit places that you can all recommend on or around my route? (I've penciled in Eilean Donan castle but that is it). My Tiger doesn't mind a bit of off-road if the chance arises. ...

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6 months ago

Cough, bit dusty in here! How are we all doing folks, getting plenty of riding in while the suns still out I hope?

6 months ago

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10 months ago

 
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