Variety is the key to Scotland's popularity as a world- leading cycling destination. Cyclists of all abilities will find an amazing breadth of options on a vast network of country roads and traffic free lanes.
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Scotland has a wealth of routes alongside dramatic coastlines and picturesque rivers, via majestic mountain passes and through gently rolling lowland areas. Many Scottish towns also boast get away from it all routes along rivers and canals and through gorgeous expansive parks. The many islands dotted along the coast of Scotland - from Cumbrae, Bute and Arran to Skye and the Outer Hebrides and north to Orkney and Shetland - also offer a wonderful playground for cyclists. One of the best ways to get around and enjoy Scotland's islands is to island hop via numerous ferry links and bike from port to port.
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Cycle at a gentle pace on a Storybikes guided tour, with stops for stories along the way. As well as exploring Edinburgh, you can join longer tours in The Borders, Fife, Galloway and Perthshire. The ideal way to appreciate the landscape, and its legend and history.
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