Scotland

  • Top Roads: Scottish Borders

    Top Roads: Scottish Borders

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    After some inspiration for 2024? How about the Scottish Boarders… The Scottish Borders is a haven for bikers. It’s often bypassed by tourists pressing on to get up to the more dramatic Highlands, but they’re missing out on some seriously special scenery and surprisingly quiet twisty roads. What more does any biker need? MOFFAT MAGIC…

  • Scotland releases timeline for resuming motorcycle training and testing

    Scotland releases timeline for resuming motorcycle training and testing

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    Good news for learner riders in Scotland! Motorcycle training and testing will restart from July 22. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and the Scottish Government have announced that motorcycle training and theory tests can resume from July 22. And then a few days later, Module One and Module Two tests will resume on…

  • NEW STUDY reveals SCOTTISH bikers ride the MOST each month.

    NEW STUDY reveals SCOTTISH bikers ride the MOST each month.

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    A new study commissioned by WMB Pride has found that Scottish bikers cover the most miles each month – an average of 995 miles – whilst those in the East of England are likely to spend the most refuelling their motorcycle – to the tune of £129 a month.   The team at WMB Pride…

  • Ross Noble takes on the Scottish Six Day Trial for TV

    Ross Noble takes on the Scottish Six Day Trial for TV

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    Ross Noble has taken part in the infamous Scottish Six Days Trial for a new three part TV series called ‘Ross Noble: All Torque’. ‘Ross Noble: All Torque’ is set to be shown on Dave, and will follow motorcycle fanatic Ross Noble as he takes part in the Scottish Six Days Trial. The three, hour-long…

  • 1,400 miles later – touring Scotland on Triumph Street Twin

    1,400 miles later – touring Scotland on Triumph Street Twin

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    We got our hands on the new Street Twin and rode it 1,400 miles in the Scottish Highlands. You might be surprised about how it fared as a tourer. It might not have been the best idea ever to go touring in Scotland on a Triumph Street Twin in early April. It’s not exactly a…

  • VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – 1,400-mile test in Scotland

    VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – 1,400-mile test in Scotland

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    We put the Triumph Street Twin through its paces in Scotland. The smallest bike in the Bonneville range is designed more for towns and cities than the the Scottish Highlands, but it performed surprisingly well as a tourer. The test consisted of 1,400-miles covering everything from motorways to mountain passes, and whatever we threw at the bike, it handled…

  • VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – Scotland test first impressions

    VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – Scotland test first impressions

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    We took the Triumph Street Twin for a 1,400-mile tour in Scotland. It’s not exactly a natural-born tourer, but it performed surprisingly well from the village lanes to the Higlands, and mountain passes to motorways. Here’s our first thoughts after the test:

  • Scottish Bike show promises to be the North’s premier motorcycle event

    Scottish Bike show promises to be the North’s premier motorcycle event

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    With star names such as Giacomo Agostini set to attend, the event is expected to make its mark in a big way this summer… In an industry where growth has proved difficult in recent years, Classic Bike Shows, MCM’s sister organiser of some of the UK’s largest classic events, is bucking the trend with an…

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