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Triumph Sprint STs Tour Scotland Photo Gallery

Bonnie Prince Charlie, lochs, crofts and castles… Motorcycle USA editor at large, Neale Bayly, tours his homeland of Scotland aboard the Triumph Sprint ST. Read Bayly's full adventure in the Triumph Sprint STs Tour Scotland.

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Castle Stalker sits solitarily in the Sound of Shuna.
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One of the most well-known sights in the country, Eilean Donan castle.
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Inveraray Castle
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Dennis and Sam stand in front of the restored Inverary Castle.
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Isle of Skye
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Isle of Skye
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The Skye Bridge towers over the peaceful Loch Alsh landscape.
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In the middle of the Loch an Eilein is a castle once belonging to Wolf of Badenoch that fell into ruin since his death in the 15th century. There was originally a causeway to the castle but it was lost when the water level was raised in the 18th century.
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Fort Augustus features a locking system to allow boats a gateway to enter the world famous Loch Ness.
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Portree Harbor
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Neale Bayly and Dennis Gage look over Portree Harbor.
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Originally used to stop the Jacobites in 1715, it was left in its current state only 31 years after it was built.
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Car buffs will know the flat-cap wearing, mustachioed Dennis from his hit television show, 'My Classic Car.'
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The journey begins with Dennis Gage and his son joining Bayly to see what this historic land has to offer.
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Neale Bayly makes a long overdue return to Scotland on some Triumph STs.
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I settled into my new Corbin seat as panoramic views of the Clyde accompanied us into town.
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Loch an Eilein
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The warm sun and gentle pace of the lock system all conspired to send everyone for a swift nap in the soft grass.
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An incredible concrete viaduct constructed in the early 1900’s for the railway that is 416 yards long, with 21 arches, the tallest being 1000 ft high.
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The Ferry arrives.
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Genuine Scottish bagpipers are a frequent sight in Scotland but still exciting to see them in the birthplace of their craft.
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What journey to scotland is complete with out some Guinness.
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Never more than two lanes wide, except for the occasional third for passing purposes, the roads meander along the side of the Lochs, in no hurry to get to their destination.
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Our visit to the castle added a new member to our traveling party in the shape of a young German hitchhiker called Charlotte.
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While Scottish bagpippers are abundant, some appear to have had a little more practice than others.
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The verdant Scottish Highlands, with its abundant Lochs, epic castles, and hospitable people made for another incredible journey for Neale, Dennis and Sam.
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View of Clyde