we will see.
Boxy 2 Pitlochry by B roads
Great loop for beginners. Not too long, plenty of twists and turns to get used to the gear changes and leaning the bike over. Also really good practice for 'lifesaver' checks and road surface hazard awareness.
Covered loads of times on here..I stopped and took some images March 2016
Long day but the best roads
Mixed roads, just going where we fancied
Nice run with great stop off points
Another good long run...up A82 Loch Lomondside.... leave early miss traffic and significant others of course !... nice big bends at the head of the Loch climbing up to Crianlarich. On to the Green Welly... and Dalmally...(Reviews already on here) cut over to Inverary, Lochgilphead...and down the Lochside to Campbeltown, loop back up to Tarbet (Loch Fyne)... option here to get the ferry to Portavadie...go in to the Marina...world class outlet, they do a 9 quid cheeseburger and chips...outstanding!.
Road from Portavadie A886 Road isn't brill to begin with but sweetens out...up the rest and be thankful heading to Arrochar, over to Tarbet (Loch Lomondside) thentoward Balloch/Dumbarton/Glasgow.
Great run, loads of options to head off on to different roads and something a wee bit different with getting the Ferry to Portavadie for that 9 quid cheeseburger...
Great roads, fast and twisty except the A9 bit. Great views as well.
Good and twisty with great views, approx 110 miles.
great run a lot of twisties
This route takes about and hour and a half. When leaving the back of dundee there is nice roads and scenery from the outset but once you pass Coupar Angus it comes alive.
The road about 10 miles prior to Pitlochry is immense, wide open, fast corners, beautiful scenery and ride along side a river for lots of it. Beautiful part of the country!