bespoke scottish tour

Bespoke Scottish Tour

Scotland, Scotland
3 & 4 star hotels

This bespoke will circuit Scotland averaging 250 miles per day mainly on minor roads.

On this guided motorcycle tour you will ride some of the best motorcycle routes in Scotland

View South from the Quiraing Isle of Skye Eilean Donan Castle Dornie by Kyle of Lochalsh View from Ardelve looking South to Loch Duich Departing from Mallaig, Scotland View from Bealach na ba, Scotland View of Loch Carron, Scotland Meall na Dubh Chlaise, Scotland View near Gruinard Bay, Scotland

Available tour dates:

Tour 90/148 begins Thursday 23 August 2018 and ends Wednesday 29 August 2018

Additional dates and tour variations available for groups of 3 or more riders

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This tour was specifically designed for couple from New Zealand who are competitive endurance sports persons and not shy of long days riding. Each day covers a circa 250 mile journey as we circuit Scotland on mainly quiet minor roads spending up to 9 hours in the saddle each day.

Look at this itinerary and discover some of the most interesting motorcycle routes in scotland

Moffat to Beauly (251 miles - 7 hours riding)

We depart Moffat making our way to Biggar passing the source of the River Tweed as we make our way over the hills. We meander through the Pentland Hills towards Edinburgh and reach Queensferry where we shall take a refreshment break near the location of three iconic crossings over the River Forth. 

On the Fife side (north) of the river we make our way through more lowland hills as we head towards the highlands. We pass through Crieff, and break for lunch at Fortingall then onwards toTummel Bridge, Newtonmore, Ft Augustus where we shall take another refreshment break then on to Drumnadrochit and end the day at Beauly.

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Beauly to Scourie (253 miles - 6.5 hours riding)

We depart Beauly heading to the pretty Victorial Spa town of Strathpeffer then on to Dingwall, Bonar Bridge and Lairg where we shall take our first refreshment break. From here we head east to join the A9 at Golspie. We then hug the east cost all the way to John o'Groats before turning west to Thurso where we shall break for lunch then onwards to Durness before deviating to the south and ending the day at Scourie.

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Scourie to Skye (260 miles - 8 hours riding)

Today we dart in and out from the west coast begining with by travelling south to Kylesku before turning west through Nedd and onwards to Lochinver. We continue south past Loch Garvie to Achiltabuie to view the Summer Isles before turning east to join the A835 at Drumrunie. We shall continue past Ullapool to Corrieshallow Gorge where we deviate course again heading north westerly to Loch Broom before turning south again to Poolewe. From here we will catch regular sights of Loch Marie as we progress towards Kinlochewe.

From Kinlochewe we swing back to the west and from Shieldaig we follow the coast to Applecross before crossing the Bealach na Ba and on to Strathcarron. From here we continue south to Dornie then circuit Loch Duich before ending the day with the Glenelg ferry crossing to Skye.

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Skye to Connell (243 miles - 7 hours riding)

We begin the day with a partial circuit of Skye heading north to Portree across the Quirang to Uig then on to Dunvegan and end the circuit at Armadale where we take the 14:40 ferry to Mallaig.

Our route now cuts through the Ardnamurchan Peninsula before reaching another ferry crossing at Ardgour to Corran.as these run every 20 minutes so we can just turn up and go. We complete the day at Connell.

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Connell to Gatehouse of Fleet (247 miles - 6.5 hours riding)

We depart Connell passing through Oban and onwards past the Crinnan Canal to Tarbert where we take the ferry to Portavadie. We now turn north passing Tighnabruich and onwards to Cairndow before turning east to Arrochar. Here we change direction again heading south to Gageloch then cross over to Loch Lomond.

We cross the River Clyde at Erskine and make our way to Ayrshire then progress through the Galloway Forrest to end the day at Gatehouse of Fleet.

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Route Variation

Please note that maps are indicative because it is not always possible to enter all the waypoints and on the day of departure as we need to review our routes based upon the latest traffic and weather information available making changes as and when necessary.

Currency Pound £

The default currency for this tour is Pound £. Any price given in another currency is indicative and will be checked against exchange rate when paying. Once your tour package has been paid in full the price is locked and will not adjust regardless of what happens to exchange rates.

Bespoke Scottish Tour from 23/08/18 until 29/08/18

Location: Scotland
Accommodation: 3 & 4 star hotels
Tour begins Thursday 23 August 2018 and ends Wednesday 29 August 2018
Additional dates and tour variations available for groups of 3 or more riders
Motorcycle Hire Available: Yes (Riders can bring their own bike or hire one from the list of available bikes below.)
Typical Motorcycle Hire (all options below): Pound £725
Rider in Double room (single occupancy): Pound £3,950
Rider and Pillion/Guest (sharing double or twin room): Pound £4,500
Two Riders sharing twin room: Pound £4,900 (Pound £2,450 each)
Rent a motorcycle from our range or bikes listed below.

Due to popular demand this tour is now fully booked; however, we can offer a similar experience on request. Use the contact button below to get in touch and discuss your bespoke tour

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Motorcycles For Rent in Scotland, Scotland, Available on this Tour

Most motorcycles available for hire are obtained directly from local mainstream dealers. We do not have exclusive access to these rental motorbikes and so availability must be confirmed. Prices and terms are set by the dealers who supply the machines.

  • Triumph Tiger 800 XR Rent Triumph Tiger 800 XR

    • The new Tiger 800 range has been built to excel because it featuring a host of rider focused technology; Triumph Traction Control, switchable ABS and powerful fuel efficient 95PS triple engine.
    • Restrictions: Riders must be over 25 years old and have a full bike licence.
    • Daily Hire: Pound £145

Further details

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