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Thread: The NC500 by beginners.

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    Thanks for the feedback, don't worry there's more in the pipeline, just got to get on with editing footage!

    All I can say is, get on and do it! If you're thinking of trying a trip somewhere this needs to be on you list (towards the top!).

    There is a technique for turning your bike around on your side stand, but I wouldn't recommend it for a fully loaded adventure bike, but in this case I just wanted the bike upright, so that jenny didn't have to keep trying to hold mine up in the wind.

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    Here's our next post:

    http://togetherwego.co.uk/nc500-isle-of-skye/

    And also the next film:


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    Here's our next post:

    NC500 Dornie to Badrallach & The Isle of Skye

    And also the next film:


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    Anyone tried the South West 300? Apparently a new route due to the success of the 500

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIM View Post
    Anyone tried the South West 300? Apparently a new route due to the success of the 500
    South West as in Cornwall or South West Scotland? Not that I’ve done either but not heard of them either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjmouse View Post
    South West as in Cornwall or South West Scotland? Not that I’ve done either but not heard of them either!
    Sorry, Scotland.

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    And here is the next installment, this time we made it as far north as you can go on mainland Great Britain:



    And it's associated blog post:

    http://togetherwego.co.uk/john-ogroats/

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    On our pinultimate day on the NC500 we decided to get on a ferry and travel up to the Orkney islands:

    http://togetherwego.co.uk/nc500-orkney/

    [YouTube]RzrZTQIiWMs[/YouTube]

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