SLM Cycle Transport was recently asked to provide cycle transport and ongoing daily support for a group of cyclists doing the Caledonia Way (also known as Sustrans Route 78) from Campbeltown to Inverness. The route covers approx 235 miles through some fantastic Scottish scenery following the Kintyre Peninsula and the Great Glen with a finish…Details
Need to entertain your keen cyclist children in the February mid-term? If your children enjoy mountain biking, are aged 10 to14 and are looking for something to do in the February mid-term break, why not get them involved in some MTB coaching at Glentress near Peebles? SLM Cycle Transport is delighted to be working with Keep…Details
Great for a wee day out (or longer) in Central Scotland If you live in the central belt of Scotland and fancy a spot of mountain biking but don’t have a whole day to spare then think about heading to Carron Valley Mountain Bike Trails. Carron Valley MBT sits next to the Carron Valley…Details
Tougher by canal than by road? A lot of people may be familiar with the route taken by the Pedal for Scotland Glasgow to Edinburgh ride which takes place each year in September. An alternative route (and I would argue a tougher one if you do the entire route) is via the Sustrans Routes 754…Details
Summer Special Offer Fancy spending a day mountain biking at Glentress or Innerleithen with friends or family during July or August 2018 but don’t want to drive or take a couple of cars loaded with bikes? SLM Cycle Transport can transport up to 7 cyclists and their bikes to Glentress or Innerleithen for the day…Details
An Amazing (if Windy) Trip One of the most memorable routes I have ever cycled in Scotland is the Outer Hebrides route. May is always a great month for cycling in Scotland and it seemed the ideal time to organise a trip to the Outer Hebrides with a few friends for our annual outing. The…Details
Found this excellent article about winter bikepacking in Scotland in the latest Cycle magazine from Cycling UK.
Interesting read about the fun and different challenges that cycling in Scotland can provide if you are looking for something different during the winter weekends (and possibly the Spring!)…..
One of the nicest routes I have cycled is a circular route to Islay and back from the mainland. Having a few days free in October, my son and I decided to take the bikes and head to Islay. The three-day itinerary was as follows: Day 1 – Catch the ferry to Arran, cycle Brodick…Details