Moto Camp

Welcome to Moto Camp: where unparalleled riding meets the breathtaking landscapes of Scotland in a unique four-night, five-day motorcycle glamping experience

A long weekend of motorcycling featuring rustic stays, fireside meals and new tracks from the Cairngorms to Argyll & Bute

please join us for an all-new moto camp

Set against the backdrop of Perthshire, our moto camp near the charming town of Auchterarder serves as the perfect launchpad for your journey north this summer

discover new routes, forage for local ingredients, master the art of axe throwing and conquer off-road tracks on the royal enfield himalayan

Embark on a scenic loop around the Cairngorms National Park, GlenCoe and Loch Lomond

So, where are we riding this year?

Day 1: Edinburgh and the Central Belt

We'll kick off the scramble from our workshop at Saltire Motorcycles on the southwest side of Edinburgh. A short shakedown will take us north over the Forth Bridges and into Perthshire where we will tuck into our accommodation and welcome everyone to Scotland.

Day 2: Loch Lomond, Oban and Glencoe

This out and back style ride will take you to the wild west coast of Scotland through some of its most famous landmarks. First, we will travel north west through the windswept moorland of Rannoch Moor, enter Glencoe, vist the Three Sisters and take in the monumental power of this ancient glen. We'll stop for lunch on the docks at Oban and enjoy some fresh seafood, before heading south along this popular costal route.

Day 3: The Four Lochs Loop

Today, we will head north and explore four of our favoruite Scottish lochs. Our first stop will be Loch Earn, where we will then ride north to Loch Tay for its sweeping views and cross into Glen Lyon and its endless tree tunnels. Further north, we will cross into true wilderness, exploring one of Scotland's most remote train stations at Bridge of Gaur at the far end of Loch Rannoch before heading east beside Loch Tummel. We will conclude our ride by heading back south through Aberfeldy for a coffee.

Day 4: Cairngorms National Park

On Day 4, we will take you across some of the highest peaks in Scotland and over Cairngorms National Park. We'll ride the famous Snow Roads to Braemar, before crossing into Deeside near Balmoral Castle, where the Royal Family stays each August. We'll then head out of the Cairngorms, following the Old Military Road to Fettercairn, taking the backroads through Angus all the way back to Perthshire.

Day 5: Return to Edinburgh

On the morning of our last day, we'll pack up camp and head back south to Edinburgh. Upon arrival at Saltire Motorcycles, we will conclude our services and say our goodbyes until next time.

upcoming ride

Moto Camp: 26 – 30 July 2024


Moto Camp

An all-new take on our popular offering
£ 1,400 per ticket
  • £1,800 for single supplement package


About the moto camp

Our Highland Scramble guided motorcycle tours all start and finish in Edinburgh, Scotland at our workshop based inside Saltire Motorcycles. The Moto Camp covers up to 1,000 miles over five days on mostly tarmac. 

We kick off our rides at about 9:30am each morning and plan to return to our evening accommodation around 6:00pm each day with plenty of stops for coffee, lunch and off-the-bike experiences.  Scotland is small but mighty and features a wide variety of terrain. 

On our Moto Camp experience, we will lead ‘out-and-back’ style rides from our basecamp in Auchterarder each day. We’ll follow the weather, showing you the best parts of the country from the Cairngroms National Park in the east to Loch Lomon and the Trossachs in the west. We usually ride roughly 200 miles per day or up to about six hours depending on the conditions. We take plenty of stops for cakes, coffee and encourage you to stop for photos along the way so that we can help promote our small business.

We have also partnered with our hosts to offer a tour of their property on the Royal Enfield Himalayan. While this is not a hardcore enduro experience, we do recommend at least an intermediate level of off-roading experience. 

Bikerbnb Adventure tours take into account differing riding abilities – so if you have any concerns about the length of the trip, terrain or riding in a group – just drop a member of our team a message at and we’ll get you sorted. 

Bikerbnb prides itself on offering world-class accommodation that is not only incredibly relaxing, but provides the piece of mind that your motorcycle will remain where you parked it. All of our accommodation options across our tours feature secure parking, drying facilities in the event of rain and convenient locations next to some of the best roads in the world.

During Moto Camp, we will start our ride at Bikerbnb HQ at Saltire Motorcycles, Edinburgh’s premier independent motorcycle dealership. From Edinburgh, we will then travel north to Perthshire where we will stay for four nights at Muiredge Glamping and Camping. There is a mix of railroad cars, bell tents and cabins available depending on your preference and budget.

We offer two types of accommodation packages: shared or single. At checkout, please specify if you prefer the shared or single supplement and if you are traveling with another rider or partner so we can plan accordingly. 

On Moto Camp, all accommodation options are glamping style. Expect warm and comfortable railroad cars, cabins, warm canvas tents with beds, duvets, a wood burning stove and an open air feel to your experience. Sorry, there are no televisions on this trip.

Those familiar with Bikerbnb Adventures know that what we do off the bike is just as important as the riding. And moreover, we really pride ourselves in the quality of the food and drink served on all of adventure tours. It goes without saying that you won’t go hungry while travelling with us.

Breakfast and dinner are included in the price of the Highland Scramble Moto Camp. Meals feature local and seasonal ingredients prepared fresh for you. We will experience a taste of the country featuring the freshest seafood, meats, produce and whisky representing all of the Highlands and Islands. We’ll be sure to get some truly filling meals out on the road!

If you have any special dietary preferences please just let us know and we’ll be sure to accommodate your request. 

Bikerbnb works with partners like Royal Enfield, Fuel Motorcycles, Yeti, QuadLock, Rev’it! and many food and drink brands to support content marketing and product launches. We work with professionally trained photographers, filmmakers and drone pilots to capture snaps that you will print out and put up on your office wall.

A comprehensive album free of charge will be provided within two weeks of returning from our ride.

Moto Camp is a fully supported ride. We will be followed by a support vehicle where you can safely store your luggage, gear and your motorcycle in the rare event a mechanical or accident. 

A certified technician and trained first aid responders are present on all Bikerbnb Adventures experiences.  If there is an incident involving you or your motorcycle, we will do as much as we can to ensure that you can continue to enjoy your holiday. 

We are proud to offer a fleet of Royal Enfield motorcycles for hire from our Edinburgh workshop. If you are interested in hiring a bike for one of our upcoming tours, please check out our rental page for competitively priced and reliable bikes across the 2024 Royal Enfield lineup.


Moto Camp points of interest

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs


The Cairngorms National Park


Join us in Scotland for the Unforgettable Scenery

The topography is ever-changing in the Highlands. Together we’ll travel from our Moto Camp to dizzying heights all within just a few hours to show you a little bit of everything the country has to offer.

Enjoy the Best Locally-sourced Food and Drink

Refueling our guests each night is a ritual on The Highland Scramble. We only serve the best locally-sourced foods. No man or woman will go hungry.

Relax after a Rewarding Ride in Bikerbnb-approved Accommodation

During Moto Camp we will stay at a beautiful glamping site for four nights with easy access to some of the world’s best riding.

Can't join us at Moto Camp? Want to plan your own trip? Check out our website to find a large range of motorcycle-friendly accommodation options.

Highland Scramble Testimonials

"Wow! What a week…motorcycles, great food and the best riding roads Scotland can offer. The Highland Scramble exceeded all my expectations and I have come away from the experience wanting more.

The BikerBnB team could not have done more to enable the smooth running of the trip and I suggest that everybody should treat themselves to an event they will never forget. Five stars…absolutely!."
Phillip Norton
United Kingdom
"Stop reading this and book your trip. I’ve lived all over the world and traveled quite a bit with work and personally and this is one of my all time favorite trips.

The staff is great, the ride is beautiful and exciting, the stays and food were top notch, and Steve’s knowledge of Scottish history and the castles we saw was really great.."
Jean-Paul Delassus
United States
"My trip with BikerBNB and the Highland Scramble was one of the best experiences of my life! Tim, Steve and Sal are absolute legends and take the time to make sure everyone is safe and taken care of and also having a great time.

The food and accommodations were all top notch. As a woman on a trip meant for a mixed group of riders I felt that we were given so much respect and freedom to ride our ride. I’d recommend this trip to EVERYONE!!"
Steph Brown
United States

Highland Scramble FAQ’s

No. We welcome all types of motorcycles as the riding is nearly all tarmac.

Yes, the support vehicle is there for extra luggage, tools, breakdowns and some emergency fuel just in case.

Breakfast and supper are included in the ticket price. 

We strive to balance the best interests of our riders and the financial wellbeing of our small business. The above Cancellation Policy establishes clear timeframes to help ensure we are equipped to run a high-quality event and meet obligations to our partners, vendors and accommodation providers, while balancing any unexpected circumstances that may arise. We appreciate that sometimes circumstances outside of our control can necessitate last minute changes. If you do need to cancel your spot on the Highland Scramble or motorcycle rental, we would like to first offer you a credit of your booking fee (less the deposit and any ticket increases) toward a future reservation with us. If this is not possible, the following table outlines our official Cancellation Policy for the 2024 riding season. If you have any questions or concerns about cancelling or postponing your reservation, please make an enquiry with a member of staff by emailing us at

Our 2024 Moto Camp features Bikerbnb’s unique motorcycle-friendly accommodation. During the ride, we will stay at a hand-picked glamping site that is perfectly suited for motorcycle travelers. 

We try to price our trips fairly to accommodate different budgets. The Highland Scramble takes a lot of consideration, planning, coordination and time! The knowledge and experience of the organisers is second to none and every detail is carefully collaborated. From unique locations, specialised kit, great food, support vehicle, insurance, content producers, chefs, and experienced staff, we offer an incredibly competitive product compared to other tour operators.

The route is designed to explore the best public roads (tarmac) that Scotland has to offer. Riders should be prepared to ride in all conditions. Remember, there’s no bad weather, just bad gear!

Road surfaces in Scotland can be wet, twisty and obstructed by mud or leaves – a decent level of riding experience and endurance is required to join Moto Camp. We recommend at least two years of experience across a variety of bikes and terrain to get the most enjoyment out of The Highland Scramble Moto Camp.

We aim to ride around 200 miles per day depending on the type of roads we take. On the smaller twisty roads, we will allocate more time to enjoy the scenery! We anticipate each leg of the journey should approximate 5-6 hours of riding, with breaks in between for lunch and coffee. Evening meals are aimed to be served around 8:00pm.

Please do and shout from the roof tops! Each ride will be allocated a unique hashtag for sharing and following.

Unfortunately no, we can only offer accommodation, food and support to those who have paid in full for the tickets in advance.

Moto Camp is not designed for the faint hearted. If weather conditions are abysmal then we will hold tight for a prolonged pitstop, however, we are not ‘the sunshine only’ club. Weather conditions that pose safety issues to our riders will be taken into account but the bottom line is, come fully prepared and hope for the best!

Everyone participating will be at different levels of riding ability. If you wish to go ahead or take your time, the route will be shared with you on a group chat. We will also send you the route in advance for you to study. The support vehicle is only a phone call away so don’t panic.

Our support vehicle will be there to help along the way. Equipped with tools and knowledge, we can try to assist with a roadside repair or pop the bike in the back of the van. You will then be taken to the final destination of the day or a local garage for further repairs.

You are responsible for paying for your own fuel and any additional refreshments along the way. You will also need to pay for lunch and alcohol that is not offered during meals. The rest is sorted by Bikerbnb Adventures.

You’ll still need to purchase individual tickets to cover both accommodation and food costs. The tickets are sold per person, not per bike.

We have limited spaces on each scramble so we can only sell tickets for set dates. If you need to change a date, we will need to know in advance to see if we can accommodate you on a preferred date, but we cannot guarantee a spot.

Yes, please speak to a member of the team for more info by contacting or check out our rental page featuring Royal Enfield motorcycles.

Go ahead! Stop reading! Just buy a ticket already through our web shop. 

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