Following the success of the Duke’s Weekender, Go-Where Scotland present the ultimate Scottish gravel tour. We’ll leave it to Go-Where’s Andy Stanford to dish the
Why organise a gravel tour in the first place? Because if we love anything more than getting people out on their bikes, it’s getting them out on gravel bikes.
Riding ‘gravel’ combines so many of our favourite things – mud, mountains and spectacular locations. And you can’t get more spectacular than Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
This gravel tour breaks down all the barriers and throws away the rule book blurring the lines between mountain biking and road cycling!
Combining the best of mountain and road biking – you will be blown away by Scotland’s hidden forests and glens. The Duke’s Gold gravel weekend break takes place in one of Britain’s most magnificent landscapes. You will get to ride a huge trail network, visiting wild places on predominantly forest tracks and fire roads as well as dirt single track.
The whole enchilada….
If riding great trails in good company, in one of Scotland’s most magical settings isn’t enough for you, add dinner, bed and breakfast and the generous hospitality of the Forth Inn to the mix. We reckon you’ll agree that one weekend is never going to be enough and you’ll soon be back for more.
Your entry gives you access to two and a half days of fully supported riding with a professional guide. You’ll also get two nights B&B accommodation in a traditional inn with breakfast and two-course dinners included. The cost is £397 per person.
The Dukes Gold gravel weekend is held over 26th – 28th April 2019. For more information and to book your place on this strictly limited event, visit Go-Where Scotland.
Last modified: 19th December 2018