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ADV Ride to the Outer Hebrides Photo Gallery

See photos from Danny Morris' adventure trip to the Outer Hebrides in the ADV Ride to the Outer Hebrides photo gallery.

The bikes strapped down and it’s upstairs for a feed - as we wait to depart for Barra.
Oban in the backdrop, we were looking forward to the next few days of adventure.
Passing alongside Lismore lighthouse, as we approach the end of the ‘Sound of Mull’.
What a place to be sailing, the refreshing air was a good distance from the skies of London.
We finally made it to the Isle of Barra - looking back at Castlebay and Kisimul Castle.
Barra felt like the edge of earth with its wild landscapes, narrow roads - perfect riding!
Waiting to board the small ferry for the short trip across to Eriskay. Bulb Alert!
Blaggy was ready to dry-off and get warm after being soaked by a wave on the ferry.
We weren’t sure of her name, but under the right circumstances she’d keep Blaggy dry - for sure.
Crossing the Eriskay causeway with the boys up ahead - but please don’t squash the Otters.
The beautiful shores of Harris - minus the clouds, add a little sunshine - you got me hooked!
No-matter where you go in the world on a bike, it’s great to take time and lap-up the beautiful views.
Overlooking Seilebost & Luskentyre’s fine sandy beaches, with their stunning aquamarine waters. Wowsers, I really love it here!
After stopping to take in the many views, we are back on the trail heading towards Tarbert.
Looking back on the slither of road just ridden across and the very special bay we leave behind.
The very last ferry of the day arriving into Tarbert from Uig on the Isle of Skye.
Wild camping at the side of the ferry terminal, cant you see the joy on the boys faces?
Blaggy looking very handsome with his delicate frame clearly highlighting his sporting package – he will not vow to any sponsorship deal, KTM!
Nick clearly still feeling the rhythm from the previous evening and Blaggy in what looks like a half Usain Bolt?
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis - 2900 years old and counting!
Our last ferry heading from Stornoway back to Ullapool on the Scottish mainland. We have a ray of sunshine, so we are making the most it before a good feed and a snooze.
Three tents all secured firmly to the ground, then hi ho, hi ho – it’s off to the pub for a feed we go!
Just south of Ullapool and we have the driest roads and snow-capped peaks as our backdrop.
Riding along-side Little Loch Broom. No-matter where you are in Scotland you just have to keep stopping to take-in the beautiful views.
Time for a Kodak moment, we pull over for a fresh breath of air and admire the landscape.
Looking back at a favorite spot within Scotland, Applecross Bay and the road that carves through it!
I never get bored looking out over Applecross - the higher you go, the views just Rock!!
Look at the turmoil over the Isle of Skye and the distant mountains shrouded by cloud. Just perfect eh?!
Pass of the Cattle on the Applecross peninsula. This road is pretty cool to ride, but make sure your brakes work!
Alongside Loch Carron, Blag somewhat bemused by my speed in joining back up with them, ‘Come-on’!
Riding through the beautiful Glencoe, always a must ‘to-see’ when you come to Scotland. It never gets tiring to look at all-year round.
Blaggy and Nick setting-up camp at Beinglas Farm - before we fill-up with Indian curry and sink a few cold beers on our final night.
Its time for a final Kodak moment, Nick squashed in the middle looking like he’s on full ‘Bulb’ alert!
My part of the trip was concluded with coffee & carrot cake at the Ace Café, London. Unfortunately it was a car meet - but always a great place to drop-in and talk bikes.