The Devil’s Beeftub, South-East Scotland.
55.3352° N, 3.4403° W
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This perfect group motorcycle route through the rolling hills of the Scottish Lowlands is not to be missed. The name, ‘The Devil’s Beeftub’ gives you just a hint of the excitement that awaits.
Perfect for large and small groups – The Devil’s Beeftub ride is packed full of exhilarating corners and straights, epic climbs, and heart-racing descents.
Enjoy the sumptuous Dumfries and Galloway backdrop and picturesque villages, as you ride through three counties – South Lanarkshire, The Borders, and Dumfriesshire. It’s an unforgettable 80-mile loop!
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123 - 356 ft
Breathtaking Roads: Coastal
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