The following is a list of Rides currently scheduled for the Thunder in the Glens Rally.
Registration is required, click on the corresponding Register button next to the ride. You must have registered for the Rally first before you can register for a ride. Click on the spy glass icon or the ride name to see the description.
| Ladies of Harley Afternoon Tea ride.|| Come with us and visit Britain's first outdoor museum. Opened in 1944 the Highland Folk Museum will give you a flavour of how Highland people lived from the 1700's up until the 1960's. The museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of earlier Highland people. Delve into the past and discover the real, living Highland Folk Museum.
Travelling south on the scenic B9152 (the original A9) for 12 miles will see us arrive at the museum. After a short visit and tea/coffee we will head out on the B970 via Rothiemurchus back to Aviemore. In total a distance of 30 miles on great motorcycling roads.
Numbers for this escorted ride are limited so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment.
This ride is open to anyone registered for the rally and pillion passengers are welcome to come along too. The ride will depart the rally village at 3.30pm and will return at 5.30pm. So why not wear something tartan and join us for this truly Scottish experience.||25/08/2017 15:30:00||30|| |
| Culloden Battlefield Ride|| Ride to Culloden Battlefield to visit the site of the last battle on British soil. See http://www.nts.org.uk/Culloden/Home/ for more information. Join us on a ride out to Culloden Moor, one of the most famous Scottish battlefields, and only 32 miles from Aviemore.
We are riding to the National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre which has full facilities including a restaurant and shop. Learn about the fate of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite Rebellion. A reduced entrance fee of £8, for registered Thunder Rally attendees, gives you access to the interactive exhibition, battlefield film and portable audio battlefield guide. This is free to National Trust Members. Come and find out why this battle that lasted only one hour changed the way of life of the Highlands and Islands for ever. For those who just want to walk around and soak up the atmosphere, for free you can walk the battlefield now restored to how it was on that fateful day-16th April 1746, see a birds-eye view from the roof-top viewing area and use the battle table to watch the battle re-enacted before your eyes.
The ride out leaves at 11am on Sunday and will be back in Aviemore by 3pm giving you plenty of time to pick up last minute bargains from the Thunder rally village, before the evening entertainment.
||27/08/2017 11:00:00||30|| |
| Distillery Ride|| Join us on this escorted ride to one of Scotland's best kept secrets. Nestled within the magnificent Cairngorm mountains the Spey Distillery is acknowledged as being the prettiest of all Scotland's distilleries.
Originally a barley mill and croft dating back to the 1700's it closed in 1965. Over the next 25 years it was slowly and lovingly converted into a single malt distillery which started producing spirit on Christmas Day 1990. The distillery draws its water from the Spey River tributary..... The River Tromie using the old mill lade which originally ran the waterwheel that powered the old mill.
This small boutique distillery is nurtured by a passionate, experienced team of highly skilled craftsmen dedicated to crafting the highest quality spirit in each and every drop.
This escorted ride out will travel down the B9152 (the old A9) to Kingussie before turning on to the scenic B970 to the distillery. Returning to Aviemore on the B970 via Rothiemurchus. The total mileage will be 30 miles. Numbers on this ride will be limited so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment.||27/08/2017 12:30:00||30|| Ride Full|