This route really takes you into the hills and back country roads, across the border into England and back again. You can incorporate the Three Lochs Route as well.
The Best of Both Worlds route is so rich with the history of England and Scotland. You can literally feel it in the air.
Approximate distance: 187 miles (301 km)
Approximate duration: 5 Hours 30 Minutes
This is an easy run encompassing South Lanarkshire, Borders and Dumfriesshire which gives you a variety of road types and scenery. You will go through Biggar a small, attractive market town that still has it’s medieval layout.
The rolling hills of the lowlands of Scotland at its best.
Approximate distance: 81 miles (130 km)
Approximate duration: 2 hours 10 minutes
The Borders Loop route takes you into the heart of the borders on mainly breathtaking 'A' roads. Ideal if you are on a cruiser. You will go via Hawick which has won “Beautiful Scotland In Bloom” contest over 16 times.
Approximate distance: 102 miles (164 km)
Approximate duration: 2 hour 42 minutes
This route starting out from and ending in Moffat is a full day’s ride giving you a good taste of everything that the area has to offer. From the windy, twisty, challenging A708 to the the Iconic views at Hartside Café through the Pennines.
Approximate distance: 198 miles (320 km)
Approximate duration: 6 hours 5 minutes
Route 15 is a ride starting with an aaaah and ending in a whoop! Some lovely scenery all the way to Hartside Café where the views are just breathtaking. If you time it right it feels like your sitting on top of the clouds. An absolute biker haven.
Approximate distance: 197 miles (316 km)
Approximate duration: 5 Hours 50 Minutes
Route 6 - St. Abbs Border Hug
This route takes you through the heart of the borders to the picturesque fishing village of St Abb’s. The area has cliffs over 300 ft high and is riddled with caves once haunted by smugglers. You then hug the border with England back to the “safe haven” of Moffat.
Approximate distance: 206 miles (331 km)
Approximate duration: 5 Hours 38 Minutes
The Three Lochs run may be our shortest route but it's absolutely sensational and one that gives you a little of everything. Do not leave Scotland without doing this route.
Approximate distance: 42.9 miles (69 km)
Approximate duration: 1 hour 14 mins