Come and join us on our Scotland tour and experience Scotlands best biking roads.
Explore and visit some top attractions and take in the breathtaking panoramic views.
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Day 1: Starting Points are from Inverness & Glasgow. Leaving at 9am sharp for the Inverness group and at 12 noon for the Glasgow group we kick of the tour by making our way towards the Famous Kelpies and The Falkirk Wheel. Here we spend some time learning about The Falkirk Wheel which is the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world, we also take the opportunity to grab a bite to eat for lunch. After Lunch we make our way to a great little Pass in the area before heading for our first nights stop in The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.
Day 2: Starting nice and early again at 9am sharp we make our way through the National Park and enjoy the sheer beauty it offers whilst heading towards Oban where we will take some time off the bikes to stretch our legs and enjoy some lunch. We continue our travels winding our way round some of Scotlands many Lochs following a section of coastal route up the west whilst meandering towards our destination around Mallaig for a nights rest. Time allowing we will visit Ardnamurchan Point, the most Westerly point of the UK Mainland and the Glenfinnan Viaduct (Harry Potter).
Day 3: We begin our day with a short Ferry crossing to the Isle of Skye to take in some of the many landmarks and sights that are on offer here. After we have enjoyed Skye we head back to the Mainland over the Skye Bridge and passing Eilean Donan Castle. Heading East alongside Loch Duich and Loch Cluanie we follow the road down towards Glengarry keeping a keen eye out for Stags, Ferral Goats and many other types of wildlife and also where we hopefully will see a lone piper at the roadside. We take the South side of Loch Ness towards Inverness where we will now base ourselves for the remaining days of the Tour allowing you to offload the luggage and make the rest of the tour easier riding and luggage free.
From here on, anybody wishing a day off the bikes to do their own thing can do so at their leisure whilst the rest of us progress with the itinerary detailed below.
Day 4: The first of our loop days in the Tour. We take in a nice easy day here to give everyone a bit of a rest after 3 great but long days riding. We make our way down the North side of Loch Ness to the village of Drumnadrochit. Here we will take some time off the bikes to allow each of you to do something of your own choosing such as a boat tour on Loch Ness or a visit around the Loch Ness Exhibition centre, Urquhart Castle visitor centre or perhaps just a look around the village. After lunch we begin heading to our secret scenic glen for some views of unspoilt natural Scotland. Heading back towards Inverness we make a refreshments stop in Beauly, home of the Beauly Priory; A 13th Century abbey ruins. We then take a gentle scenic route back to the accommodation.
Day 5: This day takes us East along to the Whisky trails, we begin by meandering along some back roads between Inverness and Forres passing Culloden Battlefield, this route offers some nice curves to start your day right. We make a stop at the Sueno's Stone; This 7 metre high, glass encased, stone features Pictish art dating from around 800 AD. After learning a little history about the stone we continue on our day heading further along the East coast visiting a few quaint villages before continuing our journey along some of Scotlands vast whisky trails. We tour passed several distilleries on this day including Glenfiddich, Macallan, Aberlour, and Tomatin, just a few of the ever popular single malt whisky brands on the market today. This day is a fairly easy paced day with physical distillery tours an option if anyone wishes to do so. We recommend the Aberlour distillery as we can also pick up some world famous Walkers Shortbread next door.
Day 6: Today we make our way into the Cairngorm National Park to our first stop at the UK's highest funicular railway standing at over 3500 feet, which offers stunning views both from the base and the plateau, we will leave the decision to you whether to journey further up on the railway or not. After this stop and a coffee if needed, we carry on with our day heading South to Pitlochry to pick up yet another fantastic biking road which offers miles of non stop twists and turns passing Balmoral Castle along the way. Today is all about the great biking roads through the Cairngorms National Park.
Day 7: We begin our last day with a blast straight up to Ullapool with its fast sweeping bends for around 60 miles to really wake us up. We then continue Northbound towards Lochinver to visit one of the best pie shops in Scotland. We head up over the Kylesku bridge picking up a small section of the world famous NC500 route before turning off and heading back inland alongside yet more Lochs. We make a stop at the Falls of Shin, famous for its leaping salmon and great visitor area, after which we make our way back to your accommodation via some fantastic biking roads and views.
As this is the last day of our tour we always offer an evening farewell meal on us to allow us to say thank you and let everyone have a discussion and laugh over the best and most memorable bits of the week, after which we will leave you with a final nights accommodation to leave you rested and ready to make your own ways back home to relive the tales of the tour with friends and family alike leaving them in envy of your amazing experience that you will no doubt want to do again and again.
This is a must tour for any motorcyclists. The experience was awesome and haggis tours handled everything from start to finish with expert hands...
Sarah M - England
"...We never do the same holiday twice, but we will definitely be returning customers xxx"
Alison E - UK