and C) some guides who knew where they were going. Two out of the three were sorted as my mates Jez and Martin - based at the RAF Tornado squadrons up at Lossiemouth near Inverness - were arranging a two-day ride through the Highlands of Scotland. I have
All the best ideas are simple. All the most ill conceived ideas are just a bit too simple. Being even simpler still, I was the one with the great idea of doing a tour round the entire mainland coast of my homeland Scotland on my BMW R1150R
It's been a few years now since I moved from Scotland to south of the border but, as any ex-pat Scot will tell ye, the draw back home can be strong. The wind (and, yes, rain) in your face, coupled with the smell of the heather brings it all back
A REPORT to the Scottish Northern Joint Police Board has revealed the number of people killed or seriously injured at 29 camera sites on the region's roads has plummetted from 37 to one. John Smith, Northern Constabulary's head of policing and the partnership's manager, told repo...
FEARS OF unlicensed riders taking to the roads on big bikes because of a drastic reduction in the amount of motorcycle test centres have been voiced in Scotland. New European requirements for motorcycle driving tests to be introduced later
Scotland...some of the best biking roads and scenery in the worldSCOTLAND IS one of the most popular destinations for motorcycle tours. Its fantastic roads, lush scenery and warm hospitality is enjoyed by thousands of bikers each year - and this has
DRINK-DRIVING offenders may face having their car or motorcycle confiscated under tough new measures by Scotland’s police chiefs.The initiative, which already applies to repeat offenders and disqualified drivers, could also be brought into action
THE SCOTTISH Safety Camera Programme (SSCP)is planning to spend over £7 million of taxpayers' money to convert the country's network of old-style fixed speed cameras to digital within the next seven years.A total of 225 fixed cameras will need to be replaced within the next five ...
A FRENCH tourist has been fined £3000 for killing a Harley-Davidson rider and pillion after driving on the wrong side of the road.The incident occurred after Roland Bayon, 61, believed that he was still travelling on a dual carriageway when he overtook a slower car on the A9, nor...
BREAKING down anywhere on a motorbike can be rough but the M40 motorway has been identified as the worst place for recovery in the UK, along with the Aberdeenshire region of Scotland.According to data released by startrescue.co.uk, these areas were
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