Scotland on Scramblers – Back on the Road


It has been a long while since I was last blogging, but I’ve been busy on two wheels during that time.  We celebrated Pau’s birthday at the Yamaha Off Road Experience in Wales (see Pau’s Blog), I’ve been training with the California Superbike School at Silverstone (more on that later), and Pau got hold of a Triumph Street Twin to attend an all-girls weekend in the Brecon Beacons (read about that HERE).

But we haven’t been ‘back on the road’, so to speak, until now.  Teaming up with Motorcycle Explorer Magazine, we are doing a two-week trip around NW Scotland, lightweight style, on two Ducati Scramblers – which will lead to an article and kit review in the next edition of the magazine.

After a long motorway haul from Wiltshire and then continuing into the Highlands yesterday afternoon, initial impressions of the Scrambler are very positive. I’ve long had a belief that this could be the ideal ‘alternative’ overland bike, so I’m excited to see what it can do.  Let’s wait and see.

Wet weather kit at hand, it’s onwards into the mountains.  Much more to follow….



7 Comments on Scotland on Scramblers – Back on the Road

  1. WOW..this is greate news, but what about videos?? Your vids are some of the best in the trade!!

  2. Nice to see you haven’t fermented into….nothingness!

  3. Stephen Eldridge // 19/09/2016 at 8:59 pm // Reply

    Hi Paul, good to hear from you guy’s again…and another video to look forward to! Scotlands on my to do list…so will be interesting to read about the trip. Kind regards, Steve

  4. Good to see you still remember riding!! 😉

  5. Scrambling through Scotland sounds great…

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