Friday 29th May to Sunday 31st May 2020
Sunart Camping , Strontian

Set in the small, quiet village of Strontian, Sunart Camping is the ideal location for exploring the stunning,
unspoilt Ardnamurchan Peninsula, arguably the most beautiful area of Scotland.

Renowned for its abundant wildlife and its white sandy beaches, you won’t fail to be impressed.
The sea Loch Sunart is also a haven for otters, seals, oystercatchers, heron and curlew.

Sunart Camping is…

Preparations for another longish trip

With the MOT due on the GS next week, I am starting to check the old warhorse over in anticipation of our trip to South America later in the year. It hasn't actually done that many miles since coming back from New Zealand, but it does need a wee bit of attention. And the weather is shite, so no riding.

The front brakes were dragging, so I gave them a good clean, including removing the pistons and cleaning behind the seals. A good flush out with new fliud and the front wheel spins nicely…

Legal Forest Tracks

Looking for a legal way to go off road in Scotland .. Not easy
But there are some *Toll* roads that are legal as follows :
Lying to the east of Loch Lomond is the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Stirlingshire which contains the 7.5 mile
This drive is only one way, but a benefit here is that you have to ride part of the glorious and technical
(but often tourbus riddled - so be warned) Duke's Pass between Aberfoyle and Callander.

In Argyll you have a route through the East Loch Awe Forest

New Forum and Winter

Our New Look forum
Looking back on an eventful year, especially for me, it has not been to much of an adventure year.
With being off the bike for 4 months and now were running into 6 months after my operation
with only a few hundred miles under my belt.

Its winter now ! And they have started gritting the roads around me so not much riding is on the cards until next year.

At this time of year we can look back at the things we did and planning starts for next year.
Camping, Day rides ,…