2 Night Adventure from Aberdeen

Aberdeen

Home to founders and 3 generations of motorcycling. We are spoilt rotten when it comes to riding in the Highlands, we have the North Coast 500, Moray Coast 100 and North East 250 almost connecting to one another and many many more hidden gems. bikerbnb's journey started here and you will find most of your motorcycle friendly hosts spread across the Scottish Highlands. After meeting many European riders on their travels here and the acceleration of travel technology we wanted to creat a platform offerings out helpful info, routes, motorcycle friendly accommodation,  bikerbnb adventures and motorcycle rental ( coming soon) 

Here you will find some days by Tim Stevens (founders)

Rides

East to West

Day 1 
Distance -157 Miles
Time riding - 4hr 23 minutes
Road - From Aboyne to the Spital of Glen is . Expect plenty of climbing and descending. Roads were surprisingly quiet even in late June.  

Braemar makes a good first stop, you'll easily find the local chippy and cafe in the centre and most likely come across other bikers. 

 

Highlights

Accommodation

A family ran up market B&B in Dryman. Expect comfortable rooms and hearty breakfast before hitting the road again. More info here
A very cozy and traditional Scottish Inn. Enjoy a well deserved cold beer, good pub grub and live music - Book here - 
— The Bryn Inn
A stunning self catering guest house in the village of Balmaha, located on the Eastern shores of Loch-Lomond. You can enquire and book here 

—  Birchwood Guest House
East to West

Day 2 
Distance -244 Miles
Road time - 6hr 

The Ride - From Callander to Glencoe is very scenic. The roads are wide and well maintained. The roads can be quite touristy at times however the wide roads offer plenty of visibility giving you safe opportunities to over take slower moving vehicles like tour bus's and caravans. For a morning coffee stop check out the Green Welly at Tyndrum. It is a popular stop for bikers. 

Glencoe up to Inverness offers plenty of twisties but overtaking can be tricky. Be careful of tourists who often pull over without thinking to take a quick snap of Loch Ness. 

Tominloul makes a good final stop for a brew before your final leg home, The Old Fire Station is recommended. 

 
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