10 Scotland Motorcycle Tours You Can’t Afford To Miss
Scotland is home to some of the most mesmerising and beautiful roads and views that the UK has to offer, it is a picturesque country with plenty to explore and see, especially on two wheels.
If you can handle the long ride to get there (depending on where in the UK you are from) then it is well worth a trip, even if it’s once in a lifetime. If you go, don’t forget to try some haggis and Irn Bru gets the full Scottish experience, after all, it could be once in a lifetime!
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best roads you mustn’t miss out on in Scotland!
Strathaven to Muirkirk
A route with plenty of countryside views, you won’t want to go too fast here with plenty of farmland within the National Speed Limit section, however it is an open road with huge farmland all around, plenty to see.
Invergarry to Uig
A 100 mile trip for those who like the twisties that roads have to offer, this one is for you. 100 miles of bendy roads, perfect for those madmen and women who like to drag their knees and scrub off the chicken strips from their tyres.
Full of grippy tarmac and views, this road is not for the faint-hearted.
The Duke’s Pass
One of the shorter routes on this list, this 10 mile stretch is slow but intense and you must be careful with plenty of slow buses taking up the space on the road, however it continually proves to be immensely popular.
Ullapool to Tornapress
Another 100 mile strentch, this road covers part of the North Coast 500 before diverting off to vast areas with views of the sea, the road stretches across the landscape and is picturesque, perfect for those social media fanatics that need to get as many photos as possible for their Instagram feeds.
Dickie Bow Ride
It’s a peculiar name we know, however this five hour route covers the western side of Scotland passing through small villages, grand forests, mountain views and much more.
It’s a circular trip completed in a lap meaning you will finish up where you have started, the villages you pass have plenty of great small independent coffee shops for when you get thirsty and B&B’s for those who want to park up for the night and check out the local pub.
This road has everything you’d want, heck, you could even lap it multiple times!