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The Scotland Culture Route

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 1718 miles / 2764.9 km
  • Ride Time: Longer than a week
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $130.57
  • Countries Visited: United Kingdom, Scotland
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This Route starts for the European Motorriders in Dover, when they come to the United Kingdom by Ferry!!Recommendation to Complete this Road/Route: 3 to 4 Weeks!It`s One Route to Ride.You Start in Dover and ride straight-on to Scotland (Edinburgh)from there you will be visiting the City`s/Villages called below the Info. The Route will end before Newington here you can choose if you take the Channel Tunnel or the Ferry in Dover to get back, to the Mainland of Europe.ROAD TIPS FOR UNITED KINGDOM & SCOTLAND TOLL: KEEP ALWAYS CHANGE IN YOUR POCKET FOR TOLL ROADS/BRIDGES OR TUNNELS!!! For your own road safety: The switchback A68 is straight and very hilly, with particularly steep gradients in south Northumberland to Jedburgh ScotlandPay Attention to Traffic Sign SLOW with or without recommendation Speed must be succeeded strictly!!Drive your own comfortable speed and don`t hurry-up by the catching up Traffic.Left driving is not the same as Right-Driving!!Tip! There different Whiskey distillery`s along the way through Scotland.For a couple of Scottish pounds you`ll get a tour.BUT:Beware with alcohol!Don`t Drink and Drive!!! The local police force applies a very strict Controlle!! Camping occasions and Bed & Breakfast lies on every Road.August/September is the best time to ride this Route and to see/hear the Scotland Culture.You go straight from Dover to Edinburgh here you can see(from begin August till the end) THE EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO.For Date & Tickets please visit the Link below!!'From Edinburgh the Route goes to Stirling here you can see (THE WALLACE MONUMENT & STIRLING CASTLE)The Wallace Monument lies on the Right Hand-Side of the Road.Here you can also retrieve Info. about Stirling Castle.'From Stirling(the Wallace Monument) the Route Turns at the Parking to Aberfoyle (SCOTTISH WOOL CENTER) it lies on the Right Hand-Side on Mainstreet. 'From Aberfoyle the Route goes to Aberfeldy (DEWAR`S WORLD OF WHISKEY} it lies outside Aberfeldy on the Right Hand-Side of the Road.'From Aberfoyle the Route goes through Inverness to Drumnadrochit (LOCH NESS) 'From Drumnadrochit the Route goes to Thurso the North Of Scotland.'From Thurso the Route goes to Tongue.Pay Attention!! On this road the Sheeps and Highland Cows are free to walk and they can cross your path!! 'The Route goes before Tongue to the Left A836. Through the Highlands to Ullapool. (Ullapool has a beautyfull Camping Area!)Pay Attention!! On this road the Sheeps and Highland Cows are free to walk and they can cross your path!! 'From Ullapool the Route goes to - GLEN NEVIS RANGE( Mountain Anaoch Morr the Highest Ski area from United Kingdom. Open through the year!) - and Fort William (BEN NEVIS MOUNTAIN)'The Glen Nevis Range lies on the A82 to Fort William.Before Torlundy you see on the Right-hand side a Direction Shield with Glen Nevis Range to the Left!! See Image.'From Fort William the Route goes to Peebles where (THE HIGHLAND GAMES) take place. Date Event September 9th 2007.'From Peebles the Route goes back to Newington/Dover.

This is a motorcycle ride in the countries United Kingdom, Scotland. This motorcycle route has 12 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by Thunder in March. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by Thunder

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Ride Scenery:

Historic SitesBeachesOceanUrban/ResidentialParksFall ColorsLakesForestMountainsRuralRiverFarm Land

Best Time to Go

Summer, Fall

Road Characteristics:

Straight RoadSweeping Curves RoadTwisty RoadHillyHeavy TrafficSmoothAdequate Gas StationsAdequate

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biskitdg says:

Thunder, This looks like a fantastic route. The pictures are great!
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:10 AM


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